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Online Enforcement
Instructors: Philip L. Hirschhorn; Bridget H. Labutta; Steven D. Lustig

Identifying online enforcement issues with patents, trademarks, copyrights, and domain names

Take-down actions available directly and through the courts and other organizations

Enforcement via ecommerce/online platforms, payment services, social media, and web development companies

First steps in identifying the source of infringement, including conducting appropriate investigations

Working with border control to prevent importation of infringing and counterfeit goods

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Speakers

Bridget H. Labutta
Counsel @Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP
Bridget H. Labutta practices in the areas of trademark and copyright law. She has nearly twenty years of experience counseling emerging and established companies on how best to acquire, maintain, exploit, and enforce their intellectual property rights in both U.S. and foreign markets.
Steven D. Lustig
Counsel @Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP
With over 20 years of experience, Steven D. Lustig’s practice focuses on all aspects of trademark law – from due diligence to enforcement. His international clientele ranges from individuals to large multinational companies. While his practice is in every commercial area, his is particularly experienced in the automotive, pharmaceutical, apparel, and technology industries.
Philip L. Hirschhorn
Partner @Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP
Philip L. Hirschhorn is an experienced trial lawyer specializing in patent litigation and other intellectual property proceedings, including post-grant proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeals Board of the USPTO. Phil’s extensive experience, spanning more than 30 years, includes bench trials, jury trials, PTAB proceedings, and arbitrations. He has represented clients in traditional infringement/validity litigations as well as Hatch-Waxman (Paragraph IV) litigations. Phil also has experience handling copyright, trademark/trade dress, and trade secret litigation. Phil also advises clients on commercial patent licensing agreements. The subject matter of these engagements is diverse, including chemical, pharmaceutical, consumer products, medical devices, graphics, visualization technologies, apparel, and radiotherapy software and devices.