Teleconference: Intellectual Property Issues Impacting Financial Services and Payment Systems Companies
Playing Offense and Defense: Intellectual Property Issues Impacting Financial Services and Payment Systems Companies
Financial Services and Payment Systems companies are experiencing a period of innovation and disintermediation like never before. Mobile payments, mobile banking, mobile wallets, virtual and digital currencies, the introduction of telecoms into both banking and payment services, the creation of new payments networks, and the push by large retailers into payments all of these game-changers are accelerating the already increasing electronification and globalization of financial services and payments. At the core of all financials services and payment companies is intellectual property and companies must consider intellectual property issues from both offensive and defensive perspectives.
Paul Hastings hosts a series of complimentary one-hour teleconferences to discuss recent patent litigation cases and patent issues affecting the financial services and payment systems industries, as well as critical considerations in negotiating IP indemnification provisions in vendor contracts.
DATEThursday, February 7, 2013
TIME12:00 pm ET - 1:00 pm ET(9:00 am PT - 10:00 am PT)
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