This is your invitation to attend a free webinar on the recent Tiffany v. eBay ruling and its impact on brands of all sizes, and those of us who support and promote them. (Since this event has already happened, please follow this link to listen and view the recorded event in its entirety, or hear other events.)
On Thursday, October 2nd, I’ll be in New York moderating a discussion between two of the most expert and engaging voices in online law. Since this will be live, we’ll be taking questions from attendees, so I hope you can join us.
You can look forward to hearing the perspectives of Martin Schwimmer, the host of The Trademark Blog. Last year I enjoyed hearing his presentation on Trademarks and the Internet. My employer, Thomson CompuMark, is delighted that he’s able to join us again.
You can also look forward to the expert views of Oren J. Warshavsky, who will join us from the firm Baker Hostetler. If you enjoy this blog, you’ll likely want to read his thoughts on the expanding right of publicity.
While you may pose questions during the event, you can also email me on what you’d like to hear about, and I’ll gladly share your requests with the speakers. I hope you can attend, and will post an update closer to the webinar.