It is difficult to discuss intellectual property and information technology transactions without also discussing
This course, taught by Baker & Hostetler attorney Lavonne Burke Hopkins, provides a brief overview of the cybersecurity frameworks and data protection laws most relevant to commercial and technology
Lavonne also assists companies in performing due diligence in connection with the acquisition and divestiture of intellectual property assets and related entities, along with preparing, drafting and negotiating agreements relating to such transactions. She has significant experience negotiating outsourcing, software and information technology agreements as well as providing strategic guidance in the creation, acquisition, use, commercial exploitation and protection of intellectual property and technology for risk mitigation. A pragmatic advocate, Lavonne stays abreast of the ever-changing technology landscape and the cybersecurity and data privacy issues her clients face.
Presenter spoke really quickly but shared great information
Great course. Very informative. Excellent presentation.
Finally a course that offered real practical tips
Best 1.5 hours of continuing education in years!
Very informative presentation with lots of helpful examples. Thanks!
great presentation very useful and practical information provided
Important topic. Valuable checklist.
learend so many new things- thank u
Valuable information for consideration.
This attorney broke down meaty meaty material into digestible chunks. She was excellent.
This was a good one - very practical advice!
Insightful, practical and relevant. Everything she discussed applies to a lot of areas today.
good odd subject
Excellent overview of the very important topic
Superb presentation. Thank you.
One of the best programs I’ve listened to. She was great.
Great speaker! She was very knowledgeable about the subject matter, and she presented the material in an easily understandable way.
Ms. Hopkins provided a lot of helpful information in a short period of time to someone like me who does not deal with cybersecurity issues as part of their practice but has a need to know about it.