- Cloud Computing and Legal Ethics
Catholic University of America (Thursday, October 1, 2015)
- Protecting ‘Green’ Intellectual Property, Processes, and Designs in the age of Robust Cyber Security Issues…
EmeraldPlanet’s The Inside Scoop (Air Date August 31, 2014)
- Intellectual Property, the Environment, and Big Data
EmeraldPlanet’s The Inside Scoop (Air date July 14, 2013)
- Licensing, Litigation Avoidance and Global ‘Green’ Business Creation in the 21st Century
EmeraldPlanet’s The Inside Scoop (Air date April 17, 2013)
(Note: Jump to 30:00 mark in the embedded video below to see Antigone’s portion of the panel.)
- C-SPAN Panel on IP Issues for “Green” Companies
EmeraldPlanet’s Inside Scoop Sunday (Air date Sunday, December 9, 2012)
Green IP is hot. Watch EmeraldPlanet’s Inside Scoop Sunday—aired locally in the Washington DC area on Sundays at 6:30 pm. This program was simulcast to over 500 stations around the U.S. and overseas via the Internet and C-SPAN. A panel of experts, including Cloudigy Law’s own Antigone Peyton, covered IP issues encountered by “green” companies. (Note: Jump to 30:00 mark in the embedded video below to see Antigone’s portion of the panel.)
- The Failure of RFPs and Hourly Billing
Washington Business Journal (July 23, 2012)
Guest blogger, Ian Altman, discusses the current “standard practice” of lawyers billing the hour, and how firms like Cloudigy are changing this system in a way that benefits clients and law firms.
- Save the Mentees
Washington SmartCEO Magazine at 18-19 (June 2012 e-Zine)
SmartCEO magazine discusses the loss of meaningful mentorship in the workplace and executives who want to do something about it.
- Top 5 Influential Stealthy Women in the D.C. Tech Community
In the Capital (May 2012)
There are several well-known and highly visible women supporting the DC tech community. Here are 5 stealth influential women who are building great companies while contributing to the growth of the DC regions’ technology ecosystem.
- Lawyers Must Heed Dangers in Using the Technologies They Love
American Bar Association (May 2012 e-News)
Technology plays an important role in a busy professional’s life. But there are many privacy and security dangers that arise from lawyers’ and their clients’ use of smartphones, social media, and mobile apps. The American Bar Association (ABA) discusses some of those dangers, which Antigone Peyton (CEO, Cloudigy® Law) and Ivan Hemmans (User Experience Manager, O’Melveny & Myers) covered in a recent ABA presentation.
- Copyrights, APIs, and Oracle vs. Google
ZDNet (May 8, 2012)
Have you been following the Google v. Oracle case? In the first phase of trial, the main issue was whether Google’s Android operating system (used in smart phones) infringes Oracle’s copyright in the Java Application Programming Interface (API). The jury found that Google does infringe, but the judge still hasn’t decided if the Java API is even copyrightable. The software industry is hotly debating what the result should be. Matt Levy was quoted recently in an article on ZDNet that examines the potential impact if APIs are held to be copyrightable.
- Patents on Genetic Data Raise Legal Questions on Rights to DNA
Bloomberg News (February 17, 2012)
- Revisiting the 2nd Amendment’s Right to Bear Arms
Los Angeles Times (August 27, 2011)
- Cases Lining Up to Ask Supreme Court to Clarify Second Amendment Rights
The Washington Post (August 14, 2011)
- Federal Circuit Pick Offers Appellate Experience Beyond IP
IP-360 (April 15, 2010)
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