Summit Presentation Videos List
List of video presentation topics and presenters.
Enforcing Your Rights Against Cracked Software
Glenn Forbis of Harness Dickey & Pierce examines the elements of copyright infringement and indirect infringement, types of remedies, and how to assess statutory damages. Information is included on circumvention, finding infringers, building a case, and deciding how to gain leverage in a lawsuit.
Living the Headlines: The (New?) Intersection of Business Operations and Geopolitics in China
Kent Kedl, who heads up Control Risks in the Greater China and North Asia region, details exactly what companies need to know when doing business in the area.
Roundtable: Accomplishing Piracy Revenue Recovery in China and Recommendations for Protecting IP
Heavyweights in license compliance from Dassault Systemes, Siemens, Hexagon, and Rouse participated in an interesting and lively discussion on revenue recovery issues.
Lessons Learned During COVID: How to Leverage Data and Technology to Scale Engagement and Growth
Jay Buck and Viresh Chana of Connor join Saurabh Bose of Siemens in an exploration of expanding the compliance playbook and turning adversity into opportunity by digitizing customer/infringer engagement and optimizing outreach across digital and offline channels.
Keynote: SaaS-ification of On-Premise Software
Dave DiMillo of Thales, a veteran in the software monetization space, discusses combining entitlements, usage analytics, and license compliance data for a true 360-degree perspective on the installed base, similar to SaaS companies.
Software Piracy Litigation
Guy Ruttenberg and Steve Papazian of Ruttenberg IP Law share some of their significant recent experiences litigating software piracy cases, including details on the use of phone-home data in litigation and negotiations to build a narrative using validated data and articulate a business case.
Beyond Piracy: Capitalize on Missed Opportunities with Proven Revenue Growth and Value Creation Strategies
Jay Buck of Connor joins colleagues Lee Taylor of Quest and Peter Jones of Siemens to discuss compliance across the customer journey, developing a successful audit program, end-to-end program development and execution, and leveraging tools.
The Legal Terrain in China and the U.S.
Patrick Jenevein of Pointe Bello provides new insights into the contrast between two diametrically disparate legal systems in China and the U.S. and maps the two countries’ strategies for influencing litigation in the U.S. to protect IP.
Combatting Piracy: The “Three Rs”
Denise Mingrone of Orrick introduces a method for combatting piracy using the three Rs (restrict, recognizance, remediate) and discusses when it is best to litigate, what works and doesn’t work, and threats to future anti-piracy efforts.
Roundtable: Managing the Software IP Risks of Working Remotely
Representatives from Thales, Siemens, and Cylynt share their perspectives on how organizations are securing their networks from cyber attacks and preventing misuse during the current remote working environment.
Combat Software Piracy Through Industry Trade Organizations
Bob Smith of the ESD Alliance discusses how trade associations provide a forum where companies in a market segment can collaborate to discuss and solve problems that impact the market as a whole, avoid antitrust or collusion claims, and work together for the benefit of the entire segment.
The Pros and Cons of License Compliance in Russia
Evgeny Danilov brings a wealth of experience from his work as ITCA regional director of Russia and C.I.S. and previous experience with Microsoft in this talk on the pros and cons of dealing with license compliance in Russia.
Anti-Piracy Enforcement & Challenges in SE Asia – A Snapshot
Chris Bailey, Yen Vu, Kaew Thammasujarit, and Kin Wah Chow of Rouse share the challenges and advantages of prosecuting piracy and recovering revenue in Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia.