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Webinar – Navigating the Legal Landscape of Agreements Involving Technology

This webinar will address the types of agreements typically encountered by technology and engineering leaders in the context of developing their products.  In particular, there will be a discussion on legal topics related to such agreements, including intellectual property, NDAs, licenses, and indemnification.  We will also have a short Q&A session regarding these topics.

Phoenix Section TEMS Chapter – Special Presentation


Date : Monday, Jan 27 2020
Time : 5:15 PM – 7:00 PM PST


Navigating the Legal Landscape of Agreements Involving Technology

This webinar will address the types of agreements typically encountered by technology and engineering leaders in the context of developing their products.  In particular, there will be a discussion on legal topics related to such agreements, including intellectual property, NDAs, licenses, and indemnification.  We will also have a short Q&A session regarding these topics.

David Tsai’s Bio

David Tsai is a law partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman’s San Francisco office.  David focuses his practice on intellectual property, patent, trade secret, trademark, copyright, complex breach of contract, and product defect litigation.  David represents world-class corporations innovating software, hardware, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices.  In addition to litigation, his experience includes preparing and prosecuting U.S. electrical engineering patent applications, drafting patentability, freedom-to-operate and non-infringement opinions, as well as inter partes review (IPR) patent petitions.  He represents his clients in patent negotiations, licensing and overall intellectual property strategy.  David has been quoted in various business and technology publications including The New York Times and has written and lectured internationally on standard essential patents, FRAND/RAND royalties, internet software applications, and U.S. patent law.  David serves as a trustee on the board of the University of California at Riverside Foundation, where he also advises UCR’s Bourns College of Engineering.

Prior to his legal career, David worked in product management at Internet/software startups in Silicon Valley.  David also co-led the development of Stanford University’s first online problem sets during the 1990s

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