6th Annual Gamer Technology Law Conference

03/31/2011 - 04/01/2011

Employment + Labor, Media + Entertainment, Patent Litigation, and Technology

Renaissance Los Angeles Hotel
9620 Airport Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Eric Akira Tate and Mehran Arjomand

Mehran Arjomand and Eric Akira Tate

Speaking Engagement

Law Seminars International
(800) 854-8009

Law Seminars International is pleased to announce the 6th Annual Gamer Technology Law Conference March 31 & April 1 in Los Angeles. Russell (Rusty) Weiss, head of the Video Game Practice at Morrison & Foerster LLP and co-head of the Technology, Media and Entertainment Practice in Los Angeles is returning to co-chair the event. Mehran Arjomand and Eric Tate, partners of Morrison Foerster LLP are featured speakers on the program.

Mehran Arjomand joins a panel on "Dealing with Patent Trolls and the Growing Importance of ITC Litigation: What do these trends mean for the gaming industry and where are they going?" and Eric Tate is speaking on "Labor/Employment Update: Developments In Misappropriation cases: Trade secrets and the Activision case".

Once again, the conference updates in-house and private attorneys and business executives on emerging developments in gamer technology law, including a special keynote from the Chairman of the Entertainment Software Association and a discussion of the United States Supreme Court's recent review of California's proposed Violent Video Game law.

Here are the cutting edge issues related to patent claims and other litigation relevant to the industry, the growth of social networks and cloud computing as gaming platforms, investor insights about the video game industry, and the marketing strategy for a major blockbuster title and more. Sign up soon.

Download program agenda here.

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  • Mehran Arjomand
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • Eric Tate
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • Russell (Rusty) Weiss
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

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