David Brezina – Ladas & Parry

224 S Michigan Ave Suite 1600
Chicago, IL 60604, United States

Electronic Discovery -- A Professional Responsibility Perspective

This presentation looks at Electronic Discovery from a Professional Responsibility Perspective. It includes as Part 1: Legal Context for Electronic Discovery, with the topics The Need for Awareness and Basic Principles; as…more
| Electronic Discovery, Intellectual Property

Strategies and Trends in Intellectual Property Law Damages

Intellectual Property Damages in some ways mirror commercial law damages principles but there are unique aspects that affect strategy and tactics. Statutory Damages are available only in certain types of cases. These depend on…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Intellectual Property

The Duty of Candor: Derived from Equity, Progressed to Common Law Fraud

A presentation as a Guest Lecturer at the John Marshall Law School's LLM class Antitrust and Misuse Aspects of Intellectual Property (Prof. Daryl Lim) covered patent prosecution and particularly The Duty of Candor: Derived from…more
| Intellectual Property

What Should We Do About Intellectual Property Indemnification? -- Which Side Are We On?

A March 19, 2012 Presentation entitled "What Should We Do About Intellectual Property Indemnification? -- Which Side Are We On?" was given to the Chicago Bar Association Business Law, Corpoorate Documents, Forms & Best Drafting…more
| Intellectual Property

Looking with an Equitable Lens at Hold-Ups of Standard Setting: Qua/comm v. Broadcom's Remedy for Misuse

A close look at Qualcomm v. Broadcom and a study of the equitable roots of the 'patent misuse' doctrine indicates that there remains a viable doctrine where the conduct is outside the prosecution of the application. While the…more
| Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Intellectual Property

The Law of Web Marketing Not Just for Geeks Anymore

As web based marketing has matured, the law has struggled to keep up. When viewed from the perspective of fundamental trademark and unfair competition principles which ultimately judge the consumer's reaction to an entire…more
| Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology
Areas of Practice
  • Intellectual Property
  • Science, Computers, & Tech
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