Barry Werbin is counsel at Herrick, Feinstein LLP and a member of its Intellectual Property and Art Law Groups. Barry concentrates his practice in intellectual property and online issues (including copyrights, trademarks, trade dress, unfair competition, false advertising, publicity and privacy rights, trade secrets, domain name disputes, digital rights protection, trademark and content licensing, online contracting, marketing and sponsorship agreements, publishing, due diligence and exploitation rights) and technology (including software licensing and development, SaaS agreements, IT support, web-site development and hosting, and data and computer security breaches). Barry handles infringement and other complex commercial litigation and a broad variety of IP-related transactional matters.
Barry is Co-Chair of the New York Chapter of the Copyright Society of the USA, and was Chair of the Copyright & Literary Property Committee of the New York City Bar Association 2010-2013. Barry serves as Co-Chair of the NY State Bar Association EASL Section's Publicity, Privacy and Media Committee, and is a member of the EASL Executive Committee. Barry is a member of the INTA's Bulletin Committee. Barry lectures on copyright law at St. John's Law School and Brooklyn Law School, and is a member of the Fordham Art Law Society Alumni Advisory Committee.
From 2013 through 2018, Barry was recognized as a top intellectual property litigation lawyer by Thompson Reuters' Super Lawyers, which rates outstanding lawyers who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Great overview of changes in legal environment.
wow THIS WAS A "10"
Excellent presentation by someone obviously active in the field with good practice tips.
Good update on this issue
Outstanding and informative presentation
Excellent very informative
Detailed, thorough, clear, incisive, comprehensive.
A concise, comprehensive, worthwhile, well-presented program. A home run! Grateful for the supplemental article (Barry Werbin, Ensuring Enforceability of Online E-Commerce Agreements, Vol. 34, No. 1 NYSBA Inside 45- 52 (Spr.-Sum. 2016)) and its extensive endnotes.
Best one I have watched so far!
Outstanding course, starting with the explanation of the WXYZ various wrap agreements. Even better was the seamless blend of old contract common law, ecommerce and internet, and new contract common law.
Great speaker! The materials were concise, comprehensive and very well presented.
Enjoyed the approach of walking through the history of case law.
Excellent, excellent. Knows his stuff, talks about it easily, uses cases very well. Easy to listen to.