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Best Practices for Negotiating SaaS Agreements in an Uncertain Economy

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

Date & Time: April 20, 2020, 10-11:30 a.m. PST
Price: $125 Early Bird, $150 General Admission, $175 Last Minute & On-Demand

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With the rapidly developing changes affecting businesses due to the worldwide spread of the coronavirus infection, and the widespread fear of the potential economic fallout, what are some of the best practices your business should be implementing immediately in negotiating SaaS agreements with customers?

The Prinz Law Office is sponsoring a webinar on “Best Practices for Negotiating SaaS Agreements in an Uncertain Economy” which will provide an overview on how companies should approach the negotiation of SaaS agreements in the current economic climate, and steps you can be taking to protect your business in uncertain times.  At this webinar you will learn the following:

  • What terms should be in a well-drafted SaaS contract?
  • What special concerns do you need to address in uncertain times?
  • What steps can you take to better protect your company against the risks of doing business with customers in uncertain times?

Silicon Valley SaaS Lawyer Kristie Prinz will be presenting this webinar. Ms. Prinz is a SaaS, software and technology transactions attorney in Silicon Valley who has been representing early stage, small, and mid-market software companies for more than 20 years. Ms. Prinz is a nationally-recognized speaker, media contributor, and author of the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog and the new Silicon Valley Privacy Law Blog.  Ms. Prinz has developed particular expertise in the fields of SaaS and digital health transactions.  She graduated from Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice in the states of California and Georgia.

This program is intended for in-house counsel and attorneys, as well as salespeople, founders, and other executives working with SaaS companies.

Best Practices for Negotiating Development Agreements in an Uncertain Economy

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

Date & Time: April 13, 2020, 10-11:30 a.m. PST
Price: $125 Early Bird, $150 General Admission, $175 Last Minute & On-Demand

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With the rapidly developing changes affecting businesses due to the worldwide spread of the coronavirus infection, and the widespread fear of the potential economic fallout, what are some of the best practices your business should be implementing immediately in negotiating software, website, and technology development agreements?

The Prinz Law Office is sponsoring a webinar on “Best Practices for Negotiating Development Agreements in an Uncertain Economy” which will provide an overview on how companies should approach the negotiation of development agreements  in the current economic climate, and steps you can be taking to protect your business in uncertain times. At this webinar, you will learn the following:

  • What terms should be in a well-drafted development agreement?
  • What special concerns do you need to address in uncertain times?
  • What steps can you take to protect your company against the risks of entering into development transactions in uncertain times?

Silicon Valley Tech Transactions Lawyer Kristie Prinz will be presenting this webinar.  Ms. Prinz is a technology transactions attorney in Silicon Valley who has been representing early stage and mid-market technology companies for more than 21 years.  Ms. Prinz is a nationally-recognized speaker, media contributor, and author on software, technology, and intellectual property-related issues.  She publishes the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog and the new Silicon Valley Privacy Law Blog. Ms. Prinz is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice in the states of California and Georgia.

This program is intended for in-house counsel and attorneys, as well as developers, consultants, and other businesspeople purchasing or performing development services.

Best Practices for Negotiating Master Services Agreements in an Uncertain Economy

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

Date & Time: April 6, 2020, 10-11:30 a.m. PST
Price: $125 Early Bird, $150 General Admission, $175 Last Minute & On-Demand

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With the rapidly developing changes affecting businesses due to the worldwide spread of the coronavirus infection, and the widespread fear of the potential economic fallout, what are some of the best practices your business should be implementing immediately in negotiating master service agreements with customers and service providers?

The Prinz Law Office is sponsoring a webinar on “Best Practices for Negotiating Master Services Agreements in an Uncertain Economy” which will provide an overview on how companies should approach the negotiation of master service agreements (“MSAs”)  in the current economic climate, and steps you can be taking to protect your business in uncertain times. At this webinar, you will learn the following:

  • What terms should be in a well-drafted MSA?
  • What special concerns do you need to address in uncertain times?
  • What steps can you take to protect your company against the risks of doing business in uncertain times?

Silicon Valley Tech Transactions Lawyer Kristie Prinz will be presenting this webinar.  Ms. Prinz is a technology transactions attorney in Silicon Valley who has been representing early stage and mid-market technology companies for more than 21 years.  Ms. Prinz is a nationally-recognized speaker, media contributor, and author on software, technology, and intellectual property-related issues.  She publishes the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog and the new Silicon Valley Privacy Law Blog. Ms. Prinz is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice in the states of California and Georgia.

This program is intended for in-house counsel and attorneys, as well as IT professionals, consultants, and other businesspeople working in the technology industry.

Best Practices for Negotiating SaaS Contracts & Managing SaaS Customer Relationships

Thursday, February 13th, 2020

Date & Time: March 31, 2020, 10-11:15 PST
Price: $125 Early Bird, $150 General Admission, $175 Last Minute & On-Demand
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The Prinz Law Office is sponsoring a webinar on “Best Practices for Negotiating SaaS Contracts & Managing SaaS Customer Relationships” which will provide an overview of how SaaS companies should be drafting customer agreements and what steps they should be taking to manage the SaaS customer relationship after the agreement is signed. At this webinar, you will learn the following:

• What makes an effective SaaS customer contract?
• What are the essential terms in a well-drafted SaaS contract?
• What are the common issues that arise in SaaS negotiations? What are the best strategies to resolve them?
• What are the best practices to manage the customer relationship?

Silicon Valley SaaS Lawyer Kristie Prinz will be presenting this webinar. Ms. Prinz is a software and technology transactions attorney in Silicon Valley who has been representing early stage, small, and mid-market software companies for more than 20 years. Ms. Prinz is a nationally-recognized speaker, media contributor, and author of the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog. Ms. Prinz has developed particular expertise in the fields of SaaS and digital health transactions.  She graduated from Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice in the states of California and Georgia.

This program is intended for in-house counsel and attorneys, as well as salespeople, founders, and other executives working with SaaS companies.

Legal Developments Impacting the Software Industry 2019

Monday, October 21st, 2019

Date & Time: November 21, 2019, 10-11:15 PST
Price: $125 Early Bird, $150 General Admission, $175 Last Minute & On-Demand
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The Prinz Law Office is sponsoring a webinar on “Legal Developments Impacting the Software Industry in 2019” which will provide an overview of what software companies need to know about key legal developments in 2019 and practice steps they should be taking in response to those developments.  At this webinar you will learn about:

  • Key state law developments impacting the industry, including but not limited to the California Consumer Privacy Act (the “CCPA”), which goes into effect January 1, 2020;
  • Federal Regulatory activity impacting the software industry, particularly with respect to the Federal Trade Commision (“FTC”); and
  • Cases and trends in litigation impacting the software industry.

Silicon Valley SaaS Lawyer Kristie Prinz will be presenting this webinar. Ms. Prinz is a SaaS, software and technology transactions attorney in Silicon Valley who has been representing early stage, small, and mid-market software companies for more than 20 years. Ms. Prinz is a nationally-recognized speaker, media contributor, and author of the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog. Ms. Prinz has developed particular expertise in the fields of SaaS and digital health transactions.  She graduated from Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice in the states of California and Georgia.

This program is intended for in-house counsel and attorneys, as well as founders, executives, and service providers working with software companies.

Best Practices for Negotiating SaaS Contracts & Managing SaaS Customer Relationships

Wednesday, August 21st, 2019

Date & Time: October 8, 2019, 10-11:15 PST
Price: $125 Early Bird, $150 General Admission, $175 Last Minute & On-Demand
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The Prinz Law Office is sponsoring a webinar on “Best Practices for Negotiating SaaS Contracts & Managing SaaS Customer Relationships” which will provide an overview of how SaaS companies should be drafting customer agreements and what steps they should be taking to manage the SaaS customer relationship after the agreement is signed. At this webinar, you will learn the following:

• What makes an effective SaaS customer contract?
• What are the essential terms in a well-drafted SaaS contract?
• What are the common issues that arise in SaaS negotiations? What are the best strategies to resolve them?
• What are the best practices to manage the customer relationship?

Silicon Valley SaaS Lawyer Kristie Prinz will be presenting this webinar. Ms. Prinz is a software and technology transactions attorney in Silicon Valley who has been representing early stage, small, and mid-market software companies for more than 20 years. Ms. Prinz is a nationally-recognized speaker, media contributor, and author of the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog. Ms. Prinz has developed particular expertise in the fields of SaaS and digital health transactions.  She graduated from Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice in the states of California and Georgia.

This program is intended for in-house counsel and attorneys, as well as salespeople, founders, and other executives working with SaaS companies.

Best Practices for Drafting SaaS Contracts & Managing SaaS Customer Relationships

Monday, January 21st, 2019

Date & Time:  February 19, 2019, 10-11:00 PST

Price: $125 Early Bird, $150 General Admission, $175 On-Demand

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What terms should be included in a well-written SaaS contract?  How do you know if your SaaS contract is really protecting your business?  What should you be doing after the SaaS contract is signed to manage the SaaS customer relationship?

The Prinz Law Office is sponsoring a webinar on “Best Practices for Drafting SaaS Contracts & Managing SaaS Customer Relationships” which will provide an overview of how SaaS companies should be drafting customer agreements and what steps they should be taking to manage the SaaS customer relationship after the agreement is signed.  At this webinar, you will learn the following:

  • What terms should be an in a well-drafted SaaS customer contract?
  • How do SaaS companies overcome common negotiating hurdles over terms?
  • What are the common drafting problems with SaaS customer contracts?
  • What do SaaS companies need to know about managing the customer relationship after the contract is signed?

Silicon Valley Software Lawyer Kristie Prinz will be presenting this webinar.  Ms. Prinz is a software and technology transactions attorney in Silicon Valley who has been representing early stage and mid-market technology companies for more than 20 years.  Ms. Prinz is a nationally-recognized speaker, media contributor, and author on software, technology, and intellectual property-related issues.  Ms. Prinz has developed particular expertise in the fields of SaaS and digital health transactions.  Ms. Prinz is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice in the states of California and Georgia.

This program is intended for in-house counsel and attorneys, as well as salespeople, founders, and other executives working with SaaS companies.

 

 

Best Practices for Drafting SaaS Contracts that Reduce the Customer Sales Cycle and Avoid Disputes

Monday, April 18th, 2016

Date & Time: Thursday, March 29, 2018, 10-11:30 PST

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Are  your SaaS customers really signing an agreement that is effective for your business?  How do you know if your SaaS contract is not just ineffective but is actually negatively impacting your business?

The Prinz Law Office is sponsoring a webinar on “Best Practices for Drafting SaaS Contracts that Reduce the Customer Sales Cycle & Avoid Disputes” which will explore these topics of concern for SaaS companies.  At this webinar, you will learn the following:

  • What makes an effective SaaS customer contract?
  • What terms should SaaS customers expect?
  • Common challenges with customer negotiations.
  • What drafting problems frequently result in stalled contract negotiations? Customer disputes?
  • How can better drafting close deals faster?  Avoid subsequent customer disputes?

The speaker for this webinar will be Prinz Law Office founder and SaaS lawyer Kristie Prinz.  Ms. Prinz’s practice focuses on aJEL28958-Prinz, Kristie P2dvising early stage and small to mid-sized businesses on the negotiation and drafting of complex commercial transactions in the software, hardware, Internet, health technology fields of practice, as well as other related high tech and life sciences fields.  Ms. Prinz is a regular speaker, media contributor, and author on technology law, intellectual property and entrepreneurship issues.  Ms. Prinz has developed particular expertise in advising SaaS companies in negotiating and drafting their customer agreements.  Ms. Prinz is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice in the states of California and Georgia.

This program is intended for anyone working at or launching a SaaS company. Having a law degree is not a pre-requisite for attendance.

 

What Companies Need to Know About the Legal Risks of Business Blogging

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Price: 75.00   Special: Free Viewing

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Companies are increasingly launching blogs to advertise and promote their businesses.  While the benefits of adopting a business blog can be extensive, companies may also face legal consequences if they start posting to a blog without first having a good understanding of the legal issues they may encounter through their activities.  This program is designed to educate companies on what they need to know about the legal risks of business blogging.

Kristie Web image (3)The speaker for this event is Kristie Prinz, the Managing Principal of the intellectual property and e-commerce boutique firm, The Prinz Law Office, located in Los Gatos, CA.  Ms. Prinz is a frequent speaker on blog law issues and recently completed work on a monograph titled “Managing the Risks of Employee Blogging,” which is scheduled to be published by the Science and Technology Law Section of the American Bar Association.  Ms. Prinz is also an avid blogger, currently running two legal blogs, the California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog.

Ms. Prinz is an active member of the American Bar Association, where she serves as Chair of both the Programs and VOIP Committees of the Science and Technology Section.  She is also active in the Cyberspace Committee of the ABA and California State Bar’s Business Sections and in the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she recently finished a three-year term as a member of the board of directors.  Her other activities include currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Silicon Valley Chapter of Licensing Executives Society.

Additionally, Ms. Prinz has been a regular contributor to the “Ask the Lawyer” column on intellectual property law for Lawyers.com, is the author of The California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog; and is a frequent speaker on intellectual property and ecommerce issues.  Ms. Prinz’s media interviews and appearances include Dow Jones, CNN Radio, American Public Radio’s “Marketplace,” IPO 360, California Lawyer, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, and Sky Radio.

Ms. Prinz graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Political Science and Spanish from Furman University, and she is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law.

Time: approximately 54 minutes

Secrets to Launching an Effective Blog to Promote Your Business

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Price: $35.  Special: Free Viewing

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Have you heard stories about how other businesses have launched blogs to promote their businesses?  Are you interested in launching a blog to promote your business as well?  This program will share some of the secrets to launching an effective business blog, addressing such issues as:

  • Choosing the best name and subject for a business blog;
  • Selecting the best domain name for a business blog;
  • Finding the right voice for a business blog;
  • Targeting the right audience;
  • Choosing the right platform and host;
  • Developing the right blog design and layout for a business blog;
  • Maximizing the SEO value of a business blog;
  • Finding the best content for a business blog; and
  • Advertising and promoting a business blog.

Kristie Web image (3)The speaker for this program is Kristie Prinz, who is the Managing Principal of Prinz Law Management Consulting.  Ms. Prinz is an avid blogger who recently launched the new  Start-up Law Firm Blog and has two other legal blogs, the California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog.  Ms. Prinz is a frequent speaker on blog-related issues, and recently completed a monograph titled “Managing the Risks of Employee Blogging,” which is scheduled to be published by the Science and Technology Law Section of the American Bar Association.  Her consulting practice advises small law firms on a variety of business issues such as building a web presence, blogging issues, small firm advertising and promotion, law firm technology, financing the law firm, and business development.

When she is not consulting, Ms. Prinz practices law and is the Managing Principal for The Prinz Law Office, an IP boutique law firm in Silicon Valley, CA.  Her practice includes the drafting and negotiation of intellectual property licenses and related agreements in the high technology and life sciences industries, as well as advising clients across a range of issues in the intellectual property and e-commerce areas.

Ms. Prinz is an active member of the American Bar Association, where she serves as Chair of both the Programs and the VOIP Committees of the Science and Technology Section.  She is also active in the Cyberspace Committee of the ABA’s Business Section and in the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she recently finished a three-year term as a member of the board of directors.  Her other activities include currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Licensing Executives Society.

In addition, Ms. Prinz has been a regular contributor to the “Ask the Lawyer” column on intellectual property law for Lawyers.com, and is a frequent speaker on intellectual property and e-commerce issues.  Ms. Prinz’s media interviews and appearances include Dow Jones, CNN Radio, American Public Radio’s Marketplace, IPO 360, California Lawyer, Genetic Engineering  & Biotechnology News, and Sky Radio.

Ms. Prinz graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Political Science and Spanish from Furman University, and she is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law.

What Every Small Business Needs to Know About Intellectual Property

Sunday, August 2nd, 2009

Price: $25. Special: Free Viewing

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If your small business is not in the life sciences or high technology industry, then you may think that your company has no intellectual property that you should be concerned about.  However, the reality is that most small businesses today have intellectual property, regardless of the industry that they are in.

This program was created to educate small businesses on what types of intellectual property they may have in their business and some of the issues that they need to be aware of.  Program highlights include explaining what constitutes a copyrightable work, common copyright issues that arise for small businesses, how to ensure that you own the rights in design materials that you have developed, and  how to protect your business ideas and plans.  The program is primarily intended for business owners who have a “low tech” business and are not regularly dealing with intellectual property issues in their company,  so no prior knowledge of intellectual property is assumed.

Kristie Web image (3)The speaker for this event is Kristie Prinz, the Managing Principal of the intellectual property and e-commerce boutique law firm, The Prinz Law Office, located in Silicon Valley, CA, who has extensive experience in working with entrepreneurs, start-up companies, and small businesses in the Silicon Valley.

Ms. Prinz is a frequent speaker and media contributor on intellectual property-related issues.  Her media interviews and appearances include Dow Jones, CNN Radio, American Public Radio’s “Marketplace,” IP360, California Lawyer, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, and Sky Radio.  She also authors the California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog, and has been a regular contributor to the “Ask the Lawyer” column on intellectual property law for Lawyers.com.

Ms. Prinz is an active member of the American Bar Association, where she serves as Chair of both the Programs and VOIP Committees of the Science and Technology Section.  She is also active in the Cyberspace Committee of the ABA and California State Bar’s Business Sections and in the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she recently finished a three-year term as a member of the board of directors.  Her other activities include currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Silicon Valley Chapter of Licensing Executives Society.  Ms. Prinz previously served as chair of the ABA’s Copyright Licensing Subcommittee for the Intellectual Property Law Section, and has served multiple terms on the Copyright Law and Corporate IP Management Committees for the Intellectual Property Owners Association.

Ms. Prinz graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Political Science and Spanish from Furman University, and she is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law.

Time: approximately 33 minutes.

Social and Professional Online Networking: An Introduction to How Small Firms Can Make the Most of the Tools Available on the Internet

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009

Price: $15.00

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The Web is increasingly being used not only for social purposes but also for business purposes.  This program  addresses how small law firms and solo practitioners can utilize the Internet and social media to develop and build their practices.

This webinar is based on a presentation, which was first featured by The Prinz Law Office Founder and Managing Principal Kristie Prinz at the ABA Business Section Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia,  Canada on April 16, 2009.

The program explores how Ms. Prinz has used the Internet to build The Prinz Law Office, and provides some tips on how small firms can begin to build a presence on the Internet.

Kristie Web image (3)Ms. Prinz is a frequent speaker on blog and Internet law issues and recently completed work on a monograph titled “Managing the Risks of Employee Blogging,” which is scheduled to be published by the Science and Technology Law Section of the American Bar Association.  Ms. Prinz is also an avid blogger, currently running two legal blogs, the California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog.

Ms. Prinz is an active member of the American Bar Association, where she serves as Chair of both the Programs and VOIP Committees of the Science and Technology Section.  She is also active in the Cyberspace Committee of the ABA and California State Bar’s Business Sections and in the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she recently finished a three-year term as a member of the board of directors.  Her other activities include currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Silicon Valley Chapter of Licensing Executives Society.

Additionally, Ms. Prinz has been a regular contributor to the “Ask the Lawyer” column on intellectual property law for Lawyers.com, is the author of The California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog; and is a frequent speaker on intellectual property and ecommerce issues.  Ms. Prinz’s media interviews and appearances include Dow Jones, CNN Radio, American Public Radio’s “Marketplace,” IPO 360, California Lawyer, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, and Sky Radio.

Ms. Prinz graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Political Science and Spanish from Furman University, and she is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law.

Time: approximately 21 minutes.

What You Need to Know About Nondisclosure Agreements

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Price: $45.  Special: Free Viewing

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Nondisclosure agreements are perhaps the most overlooked agreements at any business.  However, companies overlook these agreements at their own peril.  This presentation examines what you really need to be considering in these agreements.  Program highlights include an overview of  the elements that should be in a well-drafted nondisclosure agreement and some of the tricks and traps that businesses often fall into in negotiating these agreements.

This webinar is based on a program, which was first presented to several clients in 2008 and 2009 in order to educate them on the issues involving nondisclosure agreements.

The program is designed to educate businesses on the important aspects of a nondisclosure agreement and to inform them about some of the issues that they need to watch out for in these types of agreements.

The speaker for this event is Kristie Prinz, the Managing Principal of the intellectual property and e-commerce boutique law firm, The Prinz Law Office, located in Silicon Valley, CA, who has extensive experience in negotiating and drafting nondisclosure agreements for high tech and life sciences clients.

Ms. Prinz is a frequent speaker and media contributor on intellectual property-related issues.  Her media interviews and appearances include Dow Jones, CNN Radio, American Public Radio’s “Marketplace,” IP360, California Lawyer, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, and Sky Radio.  She also authors the California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog, and has been a regular contributor to the “Ask the Lawyer” column on intellectual property law for Lawyers.com.

Ms. Prinz is an active member of the American Bar Association, where she serves as Chair of both the Programs and VOIP Committees of the Science and Technology Section.  She is also active in the Cyberspace Committee of the ABA and California State Bar’s Business Sections and in the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she recently finished a three-year term as a member of the board of directors.  Her other activities include currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Silicon Valley Chapter of Licensing Executives Society.  Ms. Prinz previously served as chair of the ABA’s Copyright Licensing Subcommittee for the Intellectual Property Law Section, and has served multiple terms on the Copyright Law and Corporate IP Management Committees for the Intellectual Property Owners Association.

Ms. Prinz graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Political Science and Spanish from Furman University, and she is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law.

Time: approximately 26 minutes.

Employee Blogs and Websites: How to Protect Your Company from the Legal Risk of Workers Going Online

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Price: $45.  Special: Free Viewing

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Given the popularity of blogging, an increasing number of workers are actively engaged in social media.  While employers can benefit from employee blogging, it also can create new risks for businesses.

This webinar was first presented by The Prinz Law Office Founder Kristie Prinz on July 15, 2008 for American Features Syndicate.  The response was so overwhelming that American Features Syndicate asked Kristie to repeat the program again on August 1, 2008.

The program is designed to educate companies on the legal risks from employee blogging and to provide them with some best practices to manage those risk.

Kristie Web image (3)Ms. Prinz is a frequent speaker on blog law issues and recently completed work on a monograph titled “Managing the Risks of Employee Blogging,” which is scheduled to be published by the Science and Technology Law Section of the American Bar Association.  Ms. Prinz is also an avid blogger, currently running two legal blogs, the California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog.

Ms. Prinz is an active member of the American Bar Association, where she serves as Chair of both the Programs and VOIP Committees of the Science and Technology Section.  She is also active in the Cyberspace Committee of the ABA and California State Bar’s Business Sections and in the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she recently finished a three-year term as a member of the board of directors.  Her other activities include currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Silicon Valley Chapter of Licensing Executives Society.

Additionally, Ms. Prinz has been a regular contributor to the “Ask the Lawyer” column on intellectual property law for Lawyers.com, is the author of The California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog; and is a frequent speaker on intellectual property and ecommerce issues.  Ms. Prinz’s media interviews and appearances include Dow Jones, CNN Radio, American Public Radio’s “Marketplace,” IPO 360, California Lawyer, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, and Sky Radio.

Ms. Prinz graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Political Science and Spanish from Furman University, and she is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law.

Time: 40 minutes.

Leveraging an IP Portfolio in the Development of Partnering Relationships

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Price: $25. Special: Free Viewing

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How do you leverage an intellectual property portfolio and develop the relationships that will enable you to successfully commercialize your IP?  This presentation looks at the process of how to take the IP that you have developed and build the partnering relationships required to create a revenue stream for your organization.

This webinar was based on a presentation, which was first featured by The Prinz Law Office Founder and Managing Principal Kristie Prinz on June 10, 2008 at the Ninth Annual Beyond Genome: Tools to Therapies Conference in San Francisco, CA.

The program was designed to examine the process of how businesses can commercialize intellectual property through partnering relationships.

Kristie Web image (3)Ms. Prinz is a frequent speaker and media contributor on intellectual property-related issues.  Her media interviews and appearances include Dow Jones, CNN Radio, American Public Radio’s “Marketplace,” IP360, California Lawyer, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, and Sky Radio.  She also authors the California Biotech Law Blog and the Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog, and has been a regular contributor to the “Ask the Lawyer” column on intellectual property law for Lawyers.com.

Ms. Prinz is an active member of the American Bar Association, where serves as a Committee Chair for the  Science and Technology Section.  She is also active in the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she recently finished a three-year term as the Director of Life Sciences/Biotechnology.  Her other activities include currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Silicon Valley Chapter of Licensing Executives Society.  Ms. Prinz previously served as chair of the ABA’s Copyright Licensing Subcommittee for the Intellectual Property Law Section, and has served multiple terms on the Copyright Law and Corporate IP Management Committees for the Intellectual Property Owners Association.

Ms. Prinz graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Political Science and Spanish from Furman University, and she is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law.

Time: 18 minutes.

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