With intellectual property increasingly becoming the impetus for deals, it is strategically important to understand what intellectual property is being transferred and the risks involved. This program, led by attorney Keren Livneh, will break intellectual property down into its component parts, discuss the issues inherent in transacting with each such part, review transaction structures for transferring and commercializing intellectual property, discuss the issues that arise from such structures, and help navigate those issues with practical drafting considerations and best practices.
Keren has broad intellectual property experience spanning transactional, counseling and contentious matters. She has significant experience negotiating the intellectual property-related aspects of formative transactions, strategic and bankruptcy-related acquisitions, joint development, debt and equity financing, and outsourcing, licensing and software as a service (SaaS) arrangements across various industries. Keren also negotiates settlement and coexistence agreements, and counsels on intellectual property-related strategies and protections. She regularly advises on data protection and privacy issues, including data transfer agreements, cloud-based and intragroup arrangements, international data transfers and privacy policies. Keren was included among the Top Women Attorneys in New York Rising Star listing in The New York Times (2015 to 2018).
• Admitted: Bar of the State of New York, 2009
• Admitted: Attorney, Republic of South Africa, 2005
• U.S. District Court, SDNY
• U.S. District Court, EDNY
• LL.M., Columbia Law School, 2008
• LL.B., University of the Witwatersrand, 2005
• Co-author, The International Comparative Legal Guide: Cybersecurity 2019
• What hangs in the balance in Microsoft’s win against the U.S. government?, July 2016
• In a Privacy Paradigm Shift, Microsoft Sues the U.S. Government, April 2016
• International Overview of Discovery, Data Privacy & Disclosure Requirements, Sedona Conference, 2009
One of the best Lawline presentations. Effective, both as to manner of presentation and subject manner coverage.
Thorough and practical presentation.
I think something kept more high level would have been more useful. There was so much specific situational material that it was difficult to retain much.
The trademark and copyright portions of the presentation were stronger than the patent portion. Overall well done on the considerations for the different types of agreements.
The program was a little simple for me but I thought it was an excellent outline of things to look out for. It was a good reminder.
One of the best courses offered.
Concise and nicely organized presentation.
Excellent, in depth presentation.
Great speaker. Very helpful and practical drafting tips and considerations.
The presenter was very knowledgeable of the subject matter.
Well-prepared and well-presented. Excellent work.
It was a bit too advanced for me but very informative.
For colleagues, much of the program was irrelevant.
Excellent coverage of key considerations
Very well done and informative.
Clear, well-organized, and interesting.
Thorough, informative, well-organized, and well-delivered presentation by a quite knowledgeable practitioner. Great job!
Good course, knowledge instructor, and good materials.
Ms Livneh gave an excellent presentation --- very well organized and intelligible. Thank you Ms. Livneh and thank you LAWLINE!
One of the best speakers I have watched on Lawline.