Publications, Presentations, Law School Courses

by Lothar Determann

January 2017

 

Books.

1.         California Privacy Law Handbook - Practical Guide and Commentary (1st Ed. 2015; 2nd Ed. 2017).

2.         Determann’s Field Guide to Data Privacy Law - International Corporate Compliance, London / New York, 2012, 180 pages (1st Ed. 2012; 2nd Ed. 2015).

3.         Kommunikationsfreiheit im Internet - Freiheitsrechte und gesetzliche Beschränkungen [Freedom of Communications on the Internet – Civil Rights and Statutory Limitations], Baden Baden 1999, 653 pages.

4.         Die rechtlichen Vorgaben für die Sozialversicherungsträger bei der Bestimmung des Rechtsstatus ihrer Bediensteten [Legal Requirements for the Status of Employees of Social Security Institutions], (co-author: Helmut Lecheler), Berlin 1999, 85 pages.

5.         Neue gefahrverdächtige Technologien als Rechtsproblem-Beispiel: Mobilfunk-Sendeanlagen [New, Potentially Dangerous Technologies as a Legal Issue - Example: Mobile Phone Stations], Berlin 1996, 285 pages.

 

 

Treatises.

1.      Business Response to Surveillance, in: Cambridge Handbook on Surveillance (2017 - forthcoming).

2.      Going Global Field Guide, Baker & McKenzie (2016).

3.      Software Copyright in the Cloud, in: Regulating the Cloud, MIT Press, 2015, co-author: David Nimmer.

4.      Social Media, Chapter III, in Baker & McKenzie’s Fashion & Luxury Handbook, 2015.

5.      Copyright Licensing, Chapter 3 in: Gregory J. Battersby and Charles W. Grimes, Licensing Update 2014, Wolters Kluwer, CCH, Aspen Publishers, New York, 2014 Edition.

6.      Datenschutzrecht in den USA [Data Protection Law in the United States of America], Handbücher für die Anwaltspraxis, §33 U.S. Privacy Law, Helbig Lichtenhahn Verlag, Basel, Switzerland, 2014.

7.      US Data Protection Law, Baker & McKenzie Handbuch für U.S. Wirtschaftsrecht, 2013.

8.      Baker & McKenzie Global Privacy Handbook (4th - 7 th Ed. 2016): U.S. Law Chapter.

9.      PLC E-Commerce Manual (2007; 2004): U.S. Law Chapters on

9.1.    Liability for website content,

9.2.    Making contracts online

9.3.    Protecting website content: Attacks

9.4.    Protecting website content: Intellectual property rights

9.5.    Protecting website content: Linking and other special issues,

9.6.    Protecting website content: Technical measures.

10.   [Handbook on Electronic Business] Gounalakis, Handbuch Electronic Business (2003), Chapters:

10.1. Kommunikationsfreiheit im Internet [Freedom of Communications on the Internet], pp. 122-135.

10.2. USA [U.S. E-Business Law], pp. 1946-1994.

 

 

U.S. Law Review Articles.

1.        Open Cars; forthcoming: 32 Berkeley Tech. L. J. (2017 - forthcoming); co-author: Bruce Perens

2.        Software Copyright’s Oracle from the Cloud, Software Copyright's Oracle from the Cloud, 30 Berkeley Tech. L. J. 161 (2015); co-author: David Nimmer.

3.        What happens in the cloud - Software-as-a-Service and Copyrights, 29 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1095 (2014).

4.        On War and Peace in Cyberspace: Security, Privacy, Jurisdiction, 41 Hastings Const. L.Q. (2014); co-author: Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg.

5.        Internet Freedom and Computer Abuse, 35 Hastings Communications & Entertainment Law Journal 429 (2013).

6.        Social Media Privacy – 12 Myths and Facts, 2012 Stanford Technology Law Review 7 (2012).

7.        Intrusive Monitoring: Employee Privacy Expectations are Reasonable in Europe, Destroyed in the United States, 26 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 979 (2011), co-autor Robert Sprague.

8.        Dangerous Liaisons – Software Combinations as Derivative Works? Distribution, Installation and Execution of Linked Programs under Copyright Law, Commercial Licenses and the GPL, 21 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1421 (2006).

9.        Don’t Judge A Sale by its License: Software Transfers under the First Sale Doctrine in the United States and the European Community, 36 U.S.F. L. Rev. 1 (2001); co-author: Aaron Xavier Fellmeth.

10.     Case Update - German CompuServe Director Acquitted, 23 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 109 (1999).

11.     The New German Internet Law, 22 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 113 (1998).

 

 

All German and English Articles.

1.        Trade Secret Protection Measures and New Harmonized Laws, CRi 2016, 179 and Computer & Internet Lawyer, 2017, 1; co-authors: Luisa Schmaus and Jonathan Tam.

2.        EU-US Datenschutzschild und Alternativen [EU-U.S. Privacy Shield and Alternatives], forthcoming, 2016; co-author: Michaela Weigl.

3.        Adequacy of data protection in the USA: myths and facts, International Data Privacy Law 2016; doi: 10.1093/idpl/ipw011

4.        The EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Versus Other EU Data Transfer Compliance Options, Bloomberg BNA Data Privacy & Security Law Report, 15 PVLR 1726, 9/5/16; co-authors: Brian Hengesbaugh and Michaela Weigl.

5.        Adequacy of data protection in the USA: myths and facts, International Data Privacy Law (forthcoming, 2016).

6.        Alternatives for Alternative Dispute Resolution in EU E-commerce, Bloomberg BNA Electronic Commerce & Law Report, 21 ECLR 722 (5/11/16); co-author Michaela Weigl (forthcoming, 2016).

7.        Don't Sign On to Privacy Shield Just Yet, The Recorder, April 24, 2016.

8.        Data Residency Requirements Creeping into German Law, Bloomberg BNA Privacy & Security Law Report, 15 PVLR 529 (3/14/16); co-author Michaela Weigl.

9.        US-Datenschutzrecht - Dichtung und Wahrheit [U.S. Data Protection Law - Myths and Facts], NvWZ 2016, 561.

10.     Privacy Considerations for Automated License Plate Recognition, The Recorder, February 2, 2016

11.     New California Data Security and Breach Notification Requirements, Bloomberg BNA Privacy & Security Law Report, 15 PVLR 219, 2/1/16

12.     Know the Basics of Data Breach Notification Laws, The Recorder, Jan. 20, 2016

13.     New Year Brings Updates to Data Breach Laws, The Recorder, Jan. 8, 2016

14.     U.S. Privacy Redress and Remedies for EU Data Subjects, Bloomberg BNA Privacy & Security Law Report, 14 PVLR 206 (2015); co-author Teresa Michaud.

15.     U.S. Privacy Safe Harbor—More Myths and Facts, Bloomberg BNA Privacy & Security Law Report, 14 PVLR 2017. (2015).

16.     Keep Up With Data Security Contracting Requirements, The Recorder, Dec 17, 2015

17.     Practical Steps for Privacy Risk Mitigation, The Recorder, Dec 1, 2015

18.     Know the Rules for Location Tracking, The Recorder, Nov. 23, 2015

19.     Navigating Financial Privacy Under Song-Beverly, The Recorder, Part I Nov. 12, Part II Nov. 19, 2015

20.     Setting the Boundaries of Employee Privacy, The Recorder, Nov. 5, 2015

21.     Protecting Privacy of Health and Medical Information, The Recorder, Oct. 29, 2015

22.     Shining Light on Website Privacy Notice Requirements, The Recorder, Oct. 22, 2015

23.     Auswirkungen russischer Datenvorhaltungspflichten auf Cloud- und Internetdienste - Wie sich das neue russische Daten„schutz“recht auf IT-gestützte Datenverarbeitung auswirkt [Impact of Russian Data Residency Law on Cloud and Internet Services - How the new Russian data "protection" law affects IT-supported data processing], Computer und Recht 2015, 510; co-author Michaela Weigl.

24.     New Russian Data Residency Law: Impact on your business, 135 Privacy Law & Business 1 (2015); co-authors Edward Bekeschenko, Vadim Perevalov and Inna Wood.

25.     Keep Russian Data in Russia and Out of Clouds? 32 Computer & Internet Lawyer 6, 1 (2015); co-authors Edward Bekeschenko, Vadim Perevalov and Inna Wood.

26.     Residency Requirements for Data in Clouds—What Now?, BNA Bloomberg, Privacy & Security Law Report, 14 PVLR 269, 02/16/2015; co-authors Edward Bekeschenko and Vadim Perevalov.

27.     Software Copyright’s Oracle from the Cloud, Software Copyright's Oracle from the Cloud, 30 Berkeley Tech. L. J. (forthcoming 2015); co-author: David Nimmer.

28.     Going global online - Basic E-Commerce and Data Privacy Considerations, BNA/Bloomberg Electronic Commerce Law Review 2015, co-authors: Samuel Kramer, Michael Stoker and Michaela Weigl.

29.     Dealing with Dealers - International Distribution Agreements and Terminations, BNA Bloomberg Electronic Commerce Law Review 2015, co-authors Patrick Fair, Jorge A. Gonzalez, Arne Gutermann

30.     What happens in the cloud - Software-as-a-Service and Copyrights, 29 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1095 (October 18, 2014); on SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2374136.

31.     On War and Peace in Cyberspace: Security, Privacy, Jurisdiction, Symposium 2014: The Value of Privacy, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, 41 Hastings Const. L.Q., April 7, 2014, San Francisco; co-author: Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg.

32.     Ground Rules for Going Global, The Recorder, March 14, 2014.

33.     Social Media @ Work 2014, BNA/Bloomberg Social Media Law & Policy Report, 2 SMLR 49, 12/17/2013.

34.     New California Privacy Laws, BNA Privacy & Security Law Report, 12 PVLR 1820 (2013), co-authors: Diana Francis and Oliver Zee.

35.     Clouds on the Horizon for Software Copyrights? 18 Cyberlawyer 6, 8 (2013).

36.     International First Sales under U.S. and European IP Laws, 86 BNA Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal 485 (2013), co-authors: Ben Allgrove, Pam Church and Gary Shapiro.

37.     Internet Freedom and Computer Abuse, 35 Hastings Communications & Entertainment Law Journal 429 (2013).

38.     Cloud Provider Obligations as Business Associates under HIPAA, 30 Computer & Internet Lawyer 6, 1 (2013); co-author: Oliver Zee.

39.     Importing Software and Copyrights, The Computer & Internet Lawyer, 5, 1 (2013).

40.     Companies should review distribution models and contracts after U.S. Supreme Court case on foreign "first sales" and U.S. Copyright Law (Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), The Recorder (May 2013, forthcoming).

41.     Buyer Beware, of Copyright Laws, The Recorder (April 25, 2013).

42.     US law amendments on health information hit cloud companies, Privacy Law & Business 18 (2013); co-author: Oliver Zee.

43.     Soziale Netzwerke in der Arbeitswelt – Ein Leitfaden für die Praxis [Social Media at the work place], Betriebs-Berater 2013, 181.

44.     Data Privacy in the Cloud – myths and facts, 121 Privacy Law & Business 17 (2013).

45.     Guide to Privacy Law Compliance, The Recorder (January 17, 2013).

46.     Used Software Sales and Copyright Exhaustion, BNA Electronic Commerce Report, 17 ECLR 2149 (2012); also published in PLI “IP In Business Transactions” Handbook (2013); co-author Bill Batchelor.

47.     Check: Are you ready for social media?, The IAPP Privacy Advisor, co-author: Arlan Gates (2012).

48.     California Transparency in Supply Chains Act – Unternehmen müssen publizieren, ob sie Menschenrechtsverletzungen durch Lieferanten bekämpfen [Companies have to publicize if they eradicate human trafficking from its direct supply chain], Corporate Compliance Zeitschrift, co-author, Moritz Mühling (2012).

49.     Social Media Privacy – 12 Myths and Facts, 2012 Stanford Technology Law Review 7 (2012).

50.     Policing Social Media Policies, The Recorder; co-author Ute Krudewagen (2012).

51.     Social Media @ Work – Legal and Business Considerations for Global Companies, BNA Data Privacy & Security Report (2012) and World Data Protection Report (2012).

52.     Intrusive Monitoring: Employee Privacy Expectations are Reasonable in Europe, Destroyed in the United States, 26 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 979 (2011), co-autor Robert Sprague.

53.     Arbeitnehmerüberwachung und Datenschutzerwartungen in den USA und in Europa: Es bleibt alles anders [Employee monitoring and privacy expectations in the USA and Europe: Everything remains the different]. RDV 2011, 274, co-author Robert Sprague.

54.     Data Privacy in the Cloud: A Dozen Myths and Facts, 28 The Computer & Internet Lawyer 11, 1 (November 2011).

55.     Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in U.S.Workplace Communications?  Computer und Recht (CRi) international 2011, 102, co-author Robert Sprague.

56.     Getting a Grip on International Data Protection Authority Filings, 10 BNA Privacy & Security Law Report 639, co-author D. Lebeau-Marianna (October 2011).

57.     German Data Protection Officers and Global Privacy Chiefs, BNA Privacy & Security Law Report (4/2011), co-author C. Rittweger.

58.     EU Standard Contractual Clauses for Transfers Of Personal Data to Processing Service Providers Reassessed, BNA Privacy and Security Law Report (2011), 10 PVLR 498.

59.     Competitor Collaboration — New European Union Regulations and Guidelines, 15 BNA Electronic Commerce Law Report 39 (3/2011), co-autor B. Batchelor.

60.     Rethinking Compliance Strategies: After EU, U.S., Other Countries, Canada Passes Anti-Spam Law, 10 PVLR, BNA Data Privacy & Security Report, (March 2011), co-author A. Gates.

61.     New Data Privacy Law in Mexico, the IAPP Privacy Advisor (Nov 2010) p 1, co-author S. Legorretta.

62.     Revised Competition Rules for Online and Offline Distribution in Europe, 15 BNA Electronic Commerce Law Report 39 (2010), co-autor B. Batchelor.

63.     New European Standard Contractual Clauses for Data Processors, the IAPP Privacy Advisor (May 2010) p 1.

64.     How to Ask for a Cookie: Information Technology, Data Privacy and Property Law Considerations, 15 BNA Electronic Commerce Law Report 8 (2010).

65.     International Data Transfers from Europe and Beyond (25 Rev Bank Financ Serv – 2009).

66.     Data Security Requirements Evolve: From Reasonableness to Specifics, 26 Computer & Internet Lawyer Issue 9, p. 6 (2009) co-author Jesse Hwang.

67.     Minimizing US Product Liability Risks – Considerations for Standard Terms and Individual Contracts [Minimierung des US-Produkthaftungsrisikos – Gesichtspunkte bei der Gestaltung von AGBs und Individualverträgen mit US-Unternehmen] (forthcoming 2009 in Journal on International Product Liability – PHi); co-author Daniel Robyn.

68.     Welcome to America – US Product Liability and Preventive Measures from the Perspective of European Manufacturers [Willkommen in Amerika: U.S. Produkthaftung und Präventivmaßnahmen aus der Sicht eines deutschen Herstellers] (forthcoming in 2009 in Journal for Insurance Law – Zeitschrift für Versicherungsrecht); co-author Daniel Robyn.

69.     Employee Monitoring Technologies and Data Privacy– No One-Size-Fits-All Globally, 9 The IAPP Privacy Advisor, 1 (2009); co-author Lars Brauer.

70.     Card Tricks, The Daily Journal, April 28, 2009; co-author Daniel Robyn.

71.     The Glue that Holds it Together: Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Click-Through Agreements and Other Adhesion Contracts, 14 Electronic Commerce & Law Report (2009), co-author Agnieszka Purves.

72.     Internet Business Law in China for U.S. Companies, 26 Computer & Internet Lawyer 13 (2009), co-author Allan Marson.

73.     Japanese Product Compliance Laws on U.S. Electronics Gadgets, The Daily Journal, December 24, 2008; co-author Tomohisa Muranushi.

74.     The Meaning of ‘Life’ – Lifetime Manufacturer Warranties under EC and US Law, The Daily Journal August 4, 2008; co-author Andreas Splittgerber.

75.     Red Tape – Chinese Internet law & Business, The Daily Journal July 15, 2008; co-author: Allan Marson.

76.     Copyright Violations in Caching Website Content, Contract Formation, Ticketmaster vs. RMG, 9 Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, 548 (2008); co-author: Irene Gutierrez.

77.     Managing Commercial Risks in Open Source Software Licensing, 2 Journal of Intellectual Property & Practice 770 (2007); co-authors: Stuart Pixley, Gary Shapiro.

78.     Taking IPR Burdens with Tax Benefits - Non-exclusive intra-group licensing can adversely affect recovery in infringement actions against third parties, 74 BNA's Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal 1836 (2007).

79.     Notice, Assent Rules for Contract Changes after Douglas vs. US District Court, 12 BNA Electronic Commerce & Law Report 32 (2007).

80.     Source of Royalty Income and Place of Use of Intangible Property, 36 Tax Management International Journal 8 (2007); co-author Gary Sprague.

81.     Pollution Controls – China RoHS, Daily Journal, 1/2007, co-author Eugene Lim.

82.     User Generated Content Services: the UK and US Perspectives, PLC Cross-border Service and PLC IP&IT Service (2007); co-authors: Lars Brauer, Steve Holmes, Siu Ha Tang.

83.     Softwarekombinationen unter der GPL [Software Combinations under the GPL], 55 GRURInt 645 (2006).

84.     Tech Firms Face New Global Waste Laws, San Francisco Daily Journal, September 11, 2006, page 9.

85.     Software Combinations Under the General Public License, BNA International, World Intellectual Property Report, Vol. 20, No. 5, May 2006, page 32.

86.     Mix, Match and Mismatch: Software Combinations Under the GPL, BNA, Inc., Electronic Commercial & Law, Vol. 11, No. 23, June 7, 2006.

87.     Dangerous Liaisons – Software Combinations as Derivative Works? Distribution, Installation and Execution of Linked Programs under Copyright Law, Commercial Licenses and the GPL, 21 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1421 (2006).

88.     WEEE & RoHS Catch On Globally - Compliance Obligations for Makers of Electrical Equipment Daily Journal (forthcoming September 2006)

89.     Global Data Transfers and the European Directive - A Practical Analysis of the New ICC Contract Clauses, BNA Privacy & Security Law Report, Vol. 4, No. 6, 02/07/2005, pp. 153-156; co-authors: Brian Hengesbaugh and Micheal Mensik.

90.     Protection for Individual Privacy Rights in Germany: The Criminalisation of Unauthorised Photography, BNA International (2004).

91.     Written Guarantees must Be Clearly Limited, Precise, Daily Journal, May 25, 2004; co-author: Ute Krüdewagen.

92.     Manufacturer Guarantees in Global Commerce – Guarantees and Warranties for Computer Products in the USA and the EU and their Eligibility for a Global or Localized Approach, Computer Law Review International 2004, 12; republished in 16 International Quarterly 519 (2004); co-author: Ute Krüdewagen.

93.     Spoilt Code? SCO v. Linux — A Case Study in the Implications of Upstream Intellectual Property Disputes for Software End Users, Computer Law Review International 2003, 161; co-author: Andrew Coan

94.     When No Really Means No: Consent Requirements for Workplace Monitoring, 8 Electronic Commerce & Law 892 (2003); republished in: 4 Privacy Officers Advisor, 10 (2003) and 3 World Data Protection Report 22 (2003).

95.     Conflicting Data Laws: Airlines Are Damned if They Do, Don't, San Francisco Daily Journal, Sept. 22, 2003, page 5; republished in: 8 Cyberspace Lawyer 6 (2003).

96.     Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Injunctions in the United States - Yahoo!, Inc. v. La Ligue contre Le Racisme et L'Antisemitisme - influential precedent for the freedom of speech on the Internet or routine confirmation of long established principles regarding equitable relief?, Computer Law Review International 2002, 12; co-author: Saralyn Ang-Olson; republished in: Corporate Counsel’s International Advisor, August 1, 2004.

97.     Yahoo! – What Else is New? Comment on Yahoo!, Inc. v. Yahoo!, Inc. v. La Ligue Contre LeRacisme et L’Antisemitisme, Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, University of San Francisco School of Law (2002); co-author: Saralyn Ang-Olson.

98.     Comment on Specht v. Netscape, Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, University of San Francisco School of Law, Vol. 6, No. 2, p. 39 (2001); republished in 20 The Computer & Internet Lawyer 22 (2003); co-author: Saralyn Ang-Olson.

99.     Don’t Judge A Sale by its License: Software Transfers under the First Sale Doctrine in the United States and the European Community, 36 U.S.F. L. Rev. 1 (2001); co-author: Aaron Xavier Fellmeth.

100.  Legal Protection for Software and Business Methods in the United States, Fundamentals and Recent Developments for European IT Companies Doing Business in the U.S., Baker & McKenzie IT Law Yearbook 2001.

101.  Basic Copyright Law and the Internet in: Practising Law Institute, Understanding Basic Copyright Law, at p.347 (2000).

102.  European Community Electronic Business Laws in: GlasserLegalWorks E-Commerce Law School. at p. 400 (2000), co-authors: Dr. Christoph Rittweger, Dr. Matthias Scholz.

103.  Abgrenzung gesetzlicher Medienkategorien im Internet [Differentiation between Categories of Media Services on the Internet], RTkom 2000, 11.

104.  Müssen Professoren von Verfassung wegen Beamte sein? [Does the Constitution Warrant that Professors Must be Tenured Civil Servants?], NVwZ 2000, 1346.

105.  Case Update - German CompuServe Director Acquitted, 23 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 109 (1999).

106.  Rechtliche Vorgaben für den Status der Bediensteten von Sozialversicherungsträgern [Legal Requirements for the Status of Employees of Social Security Institutions], DÖV 1999, 885 (co-author: Helmut Lecheler).

107.  Berliner MultiMediaRechtstage 1999 - Tagungsbericht [Berlin MultiMediaLaw Congress 1999 - Report], ZUM 1999, 455.

108.  The New German Internet Law, 22 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 113 (1998).

109.  Verfassungswidrigkeit einer Beitragspflicht zur Beamtenversorgung [Unconstitutionality of the Draft Statutory Provisions Charging Civil Servants for Social Security], ZBR 1998, 1 (co-author: Helmut Lecheler).

110.  Verfassungsrechtliches Mindestmaß der Schulaufsicht [Constitutional Minimum of School Supervision], VLO News 12/1997.

111.  BVerfG zur staatlichen Pflicht zum Schutz der Gesundheit vor elektromagnetischen Feldern [Case Note: German Constitutional Court on the Government’s Duty to Protect Citizens Against the Health Effects of Electro-magnetic Fields], NJW 1997, 2501.

112.  Die Public-Concern-Klausel des kanadischen Umweltrechts [The Public Concern-Clause in Canadian Environmental Law], NuR 1997, 487.

113.  Beweislastumkehr hinsichtlich der Gefährlichkeit neuer Technologien? [Shift in the Burden of Proof with regard to the Dangers of New Technologies?] in: 40 Jahrbuch des Umwelt- und Technikrechts 1997, 165.

114.  Gesundheitsrisiken elektromagnetischer Felder: Naturwissenschaftlicher Diskussionsstand und aktuelle rechtliche Entwicklung [Health Risks of Electro-magnetic Fields: State of Affairs in Science and Law], UPR 1997, 145.

115.  Auswirkungen des 6. VwGO-ÄndG auf die Fallbearbeitung [Effects of the 6th Amendment to the Code on Administrative Court Procedures for Case Analyses], Jura 1997, 350.

116.  Entwicklung der Rechtsprechung zur Gesundheitsverträglichkeit elektromagnetischer Felder [Case Law Developments re. Health Effects of Electro-magnetic Fields], NVwZ 1997, 647.

117.  Kommunale Steuer und Plakataktion gegen Einwegverpackungen [Municipal Tax and Billboard Campaign Against One-Way-Packages], Jura 1997, 257 (co-author: Helmut Lecheler).

118.  Verfassungsrechtliche Vorgaben für die Entschädigung von Abgeordneten [Constitutional Limits for the Compensation of Parliament Members], BayVBl. 1997, 385.

119.  Kommunen gegen Einwegverpackungen [Municipalities Opposing One Way-Packages], JA 1996, 670.

120.  Beamter als Streikbrecher [Civil Servants as Strikebreakers], Jura 1996, 99 (co-author: Helmut Lecheler).

121.  Mieter gegen Baugenehmigung [Tenant versus Building Permit], UPR 1995, 215.

122.  Nachbarn im „Elektrosmog“ [Neighbours in “Electrosmog”], Jura 1995, 602.

 

 

Recent and Upcoming Presentations.

1.      Pokémon in the Wild – Data Privacy, Trespass, and Tort in the land of Augmented Reality, American Bar Association, 2017 Litigation Section Annual Conference, San Francisco, May 5, 2017.

2.      IP in IoT Transactions, Trade Secret Law Update and Copyright Law Update, PLI Conference on IP in Business Transactions, January 9 and February 9, 2017 in New York City and San Francisco.

3.      California Privacy Law, Conference on the Supreme Court of California: SCOCA Conference 2017, San Francisco, January 13, 2017.

4.      U.S. Privacy Law Compliance for Japanese Companies, Baker & McKenzie Data Protection Conference, November 16, 2016, Tokyo, Japan.

5.      Online Terms and Privacy Statements, Joint IAPP and ACC Seminars, November 10 and 11 in Palo Alto and San Francisco, California.

6.      Hands off my data - Strategies for Navigating a World of Data Privacy Laws When Granting Equity Globally, Baker & McKenzie Webinar, November 11.

7.      California Privacy Law, October 28, 2016, Sacramento, California.

8.      Business Data Security, Baker & McKenzie Client Forum, October 19, Barcelona, Spain.

9.      Cloud Vendors: Privacy and Security Considerations Panel Presentation, and Workshop on Understanding the Information Security Department’s Processes to Help Companies Build a Successful Compliance Program " at American Conference Institute's 20th Advanced Global Legal and Compliance Forum on Privacy & Security of Consumer and Employee Information, October 13–14, 2016, San Francisco, California.

10.   Restructuring of intangible assets and flow of personal data for Brazilian multinationals, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on Tax Efficiency and Compliance, October 4, 2016, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

11.   EU Privacy Law Update and Intermediary Liability for Global Companies, Panel Discussions at Baker & McKenzie TechTalk, September 29 in Santa Clara, California.

12.   New Trade Secret Law in the EU and the U.S., Keynote Speech at Midwest IP Conference, September 21, 2016, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

13.   Commercializing Big Data, Midwest IP Conference, September 21, 2016, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

14.   Tips for U.S. Companies in the Age of the GDPR and Privacy Shield, IAPP – Privacy. Security. Risk. September 16, 2016, San Jose, California.

15.   Field Guide to Privacy Law Compliance, IAPP Conferences in San Francisco and Palo Alto, August 24 and 31, 2016.

16.   Data Sovereignty, Mobile Ecosystem Forum, June 22, 2016, San Francisco.

17.   Global Data Protection Law Today, Information Industry Law and Policy Forum (2016), Cyber Security and Data Protection, June 16, 2016, Shanghai, People's Republic China.

18.   Privacy Shield, Weblaw Webinar, June 8, 2016.

19.   Privacy in the Era of Safe Harbor II, Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, June 6, 2016, Stanford.

20.   Safe Harbor invalidated, Privacy Shield implemented, what multinationals need to know now, Seattle ACC Conference, June 1, 2016, Redmond, Washington.

21.   Disruptive Business Models, Baker & McKenzie Mexico Tech Talk, Mexico City, May 18, 2016.

22.   Data Protection after Snowden, keynote presentation at IAPP Conference, Mexico City Chapter, May 18, 2016.

23.   Social Media DOs and DON'Ts, presentation at International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Mexico City Chapter, May 17, 2016.

24.   Data Protection after Snowden, Schrems and Safe Harbor, keynote presentation at Internet Day Celebration at Senate of Mexico, Mexico City, May 17, 2016.

25.   Privacy and Cybersecurity Update - ROW, 17th Annual PLI Conference on Data Privacy & Security, May 2016, San Francisco.

26.   Software Copyrights, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology (BCLT) Symposium, April 14, 2016, Berkeley

27.   Field Guide to California Privacy Law, IAPP Summit, April 5, 2016, Washington D.C.

28.   EU-U.S. Privacy Shield - Introduction, Xerox Innovation PARC briefing, March 8, 2016, Palo Alto.

29.   General Data Protection Regulation - Game Changers, PLI Briefing, March 1, 2016.

30.   Safe Harbor Update, Women's General Counsel Network Briefing, San Francisco, February 23, 2016.

31.   2016 Copyright Law Update, PLI Conference on IP in Business Transactions, February 26 and 27, 2016, San Francisco, California.

32.   General Data Protection Regulation - Game Changers Part 1, B&M Webinar, January 27, 2016.

33.   IT-Innovationen und Haftung in den USA [Innovation and Liability in the USA], Deutsche Gesellschaft für Recht und Informatik, Jahrestagung, November 20, 2015, Stuttgart, Germany.

34.   U.S. Data Protection Law - Myths and Facts, Antrittsvorlesung, 19. November, 2015, Freie Universität Berlin, Deutschland.

35.   Field Guide on Establishing a Privacy Compliance Program, Baker & McKenzie Client Briefing, October 9, 2015, Bogota, Colombia.

36.   Software Copyrights and Copyleft in the Cloud, Global Law Seminar of the Law Department of the University of San Andrés, November 6 at the University of San Andrés Campus in Victoria, San Fernando, Argentina.

37.   Global Privacy Compliance after Schrems and Snowden, Internet Law and Communications Technologies Program (DITC) and the Business Law Masters of the University of San Andrés, November 5, 2016, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

38.   Launching Devices Internationally - Global Product Compliance, Baker & McKenzie's 25th Environmental Law Conference, October 26 and 27, Chicago, Illinois.

39.   The Sunken Privacy Safe Harbor, Privacy and Security Law Forum, October 22, 2015, Washington DC.

40.   California Privacy Law Workshop, Privacy and Security Law Forum, October 21, 2015, Washington DC.

41.   The Internet of Luxury Things, Baker & McKenzie Luxury and Fashion Conference, October 16, 2015, New York.

42.   Safe Harbor Update, Baker & McKenzie Client Briefings, October 6, 2015, San Francisco and Palo Alto offices.

43.   Launching Devices Internationally, Baker & McKenzie TechTalk, September 16, Santa Clara, California.

44.   Getting your Web or Mobile E-commerce Site ready for international expansion, Stanford E-Commerce Law Best Practices Conference, Stanford, June 8, 2015.

45.   U.S. Data Privacy Law Compliance for European Companies, Vienna, Austria, May 18, 2015; Frankfurt, Germany, June 2, 2015.

46.   EU Web and Mobile Compliance: Focus on European Marketing and Privacy Laws - Cookies, Opt-in requirements, E-commerce laws, Santa Clara, March 31, 2015; San Francisco, April 1, 2015

47.   Russian Residency Requirements for Data in the Cloud, San Francisco, March 17; Palo Alto, March 18.

48.   State of Surveillance, American Bar Association National Symposium on Technology in Labor and Employment Law, San Francisco, March 16.

49.   Practical Lessons from Privacy Practitioners, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology Privacy Update 2015, Palo Alto, March 13, 2015.

50.   Disruptive Technologies, Baker & McKenzie Client Forum, Shanghai, China, March 5, 2015.

51.   New Russian Data Residency Laws, Baker & McKenzie Webinar, March 5, 2015; seminars San Francisco, March 17, Palo Alto, March 18.

52.   Open Source in Transactions, PLI Conference on IP Issues in Transactions, San Francisco, February 27, 2015.

53.   New IP Issues Impacting Business Transactions:  Copyrights, Trademarks, Domain Names, Patents and Trade Secrets, PLI Conference on IP Issues in Transactions, San Francisco, February 26, 2015.

54.   Big Data, Big Deal - Roundtable, University of San Francisco School of Law, San Francisco, February 25, 2015.

55.   Hot Issues in Social Media Advertising, Social Media 2015: Addressing Corporate Risks, PLI, February 10, 2015, San Francisco.

56.   Dawn Raids and Attorney Client Privilege in the U.S. and Rest of World, San Francisco, January 28, 2015; Palo Alto, January 29, 2015.

57.   Compliance, Taking Your Tech Business International, Part 10 “Compliance,” January 2015, Webinar.

58.   On War and Peace in Cyberspace: Security, Privacy, Jurisdiction, 2014 Computer and Technology Law Institute, November 18, 2014, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

59.   18th Annual IT Service Agreements and Licensing - Cloud, Open Source & Software Conference, San Francisco, November 17-18, 2014.

60.   Taking Your Tech Business International, Part 9 “E-Commerce and Data Privacy,” BNA Webinar, November 12, 2014.

61.   Doing Business Globally, Marriott Santa Clara, California, November 3, 2014.

62.   Taking Your Tech Business International, Part 8 “International M&A,” Bloomberg BNA Webinar, October 22, 2014.

63.   Taking Your Tech Business International, Part 7 “Distribution and Supply,” Bloomberg BNA Webinar, September 24, 2014.

64.   Selling US IT after Snowden, IAPP West Coast Conference, San Jose Convention Center, September 22, 2014.

65.   Taking Your Tech Business International, Part 6 “Employment and Compensation,” Bloomberg BNA Webinar, August 21, 2014.

66.   Brazil Internet Law Roundtable, Palo Alto, June 17, 2014.

67.   Cloud Computing and International Data Privacy Law, Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, Stanford, June 16, 2014.

68.   Government Access to Personal Data and The Legitimate Interest Exception in Data Protection Law, International Data Protection Law conference, June 5, 2014, Pereia, Colombia.

69.   Going Gobal Online - Commercial Considerations, Seattle, Washington State, USA, May 30, 2014.

70.   Privacy Issues in Marketing, PLI Conference on Data Privacy & Security, May 19, 2014, San Francisco.

71.   New California Legislation – Practical compliance tips for companies, European Data Protection Days, May 12/13, Berlin, Germany.

72.   Social Media Privacy, IAPP Seminar, May 7, 2014.

73.   Software copyrights in the cloud and taxation, TEI Software Day, May 6, 2014.

74.   China Update, Hyatt Regency, Santa Clara, May 1, 2014.

75.   Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law, IAPP Seminar, April 24, 2014.

76.   UC Hastings Con Law Symposium, San Francisco, April 7, 2014.

77.   The Internet of Everything, Baker & McKenzie Annual European Technology Law Update, March 27, Palo Alto.

78.   Selling Cloud Computing Solutions in Europe, ACCA Seminar, March 26, Palo Alto.

79.   Australian Data Privacy Update, March 18, 2014.

80.   Contracting about Privacy, IAPP Global Privacy Law Summit, March 7, 2014, Washington DC.

81.   Update on Copyright Law Developments, PLI Conference on IP Issues in Business Transactions, February 27-28, 2014, San Francisco.

82.   US Data Privacy Law Update, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminar, February 17, 2014, Tokyo, Japan.

83.   Apps and the Law, E-commerce Best Practices Conference Stanford Law School, Jan. 28, 2014.

84.   Attorney Client Privilege and Government Inquiries Around the World, Baker & McKenzie client seminars, Jan. 20, 2014, San Diego; Jan. 22, Palo Alto; Jan. 23, San Francisco.

85.   Developing Your Legal Playbook for Global Expansion, Baker & McKenzie client seminar for emerging companies, November 7, 2013, Palo Alto, California.

86.   Changes in the IP and Economic Landscape for Software Licensing and Their Practical Impacts and International Law Considerations for Software Agreements at American Conference Institute’s 17th Annual Conference on Software Agreements - The Practical and Tactical Art of the Deal in Cloud, Open Source, & Licensing, November 4-5, 2013, San Francisco, California.

87.   Intellectual Property and International Exhaustion, BNA Webinar, Oct. 30, 2013.

88.   Social Media DO’s and DON’Ts, Singapore Venture Capital & Private Equity Association, Oct. 25, Singapore.

89.   Social Media – Are You Prepared?  Checklist and Practical Tips, Fashion and Luxury Industry Conference, Baker & McKenzie, Oct. 18, Hong Kong.

90.   Top 10 IT Issues for Inhouse Counsel, Federal Reserve Bank in San Francisco, Oct. 7, 2013, San Francisco, California.

91.   Social Media Going Global, ACCA Conference on Doing Business Globally, Oct. 3, 2013, New York City, USA.

92.   Protection Data Privacy while Protecting Data Security, Baker & McKenzie Client Webinar, Sept. 12, 2013.

93.   Going Global Roundtable, Sept. 17, 2013, Seattle, Washington, USA.

94.   Data Privacy Post PRISM, 4th Annual Conference on Privacy Identity Innovation (pii2013), September 17, 2013, Seattle, Washington, USA.

95.   The New EU Data Protection Regulation, 4th Annual Conference on Privacy Identity Innovation (pii2013), September 16, 2013, Seattle, Washington, USA.

96.   Use and Retention of Data, Data privacy and security best practices, Stanford E-Commerce Law Conference, June 28, 2013, Stanford.

97.   Workplace Privacy, Fourteenth Annual Institute on Privacy and Data Security Law, June 18, 2013, New York.

98.   Baker & McKenzie Social Media Conference, Tuesday, June 18, 2013, New York.

99.   Social Media @ Work, 30th Annual Carl A. Warns, Jr., Labor and Employment Law Institute!, University of Louisville, June 14, Kentucky.

100.          Technology - Yours, mine or ours?, Baker & McKenzie China Legal Update, June 11, 2013, Santa Clara.

101.          Data Privacy Update June 2013, ABA Antitrust Section at Privacy and Information Security Committee, June 11, 2013.

102.          Dawn Raids - How to Prepare Your Company for Government Challenges to Tax Structures and Compliance Programs, Baker & McKenzie Seminar, May 23, Palo Alto.

103.          Reviewing Distribution Models and Contracts after U.S. Supreme Court Case on Foreign First Sales and U.S. Copyright Law, Baker & McKenzie Webinar, May 8, 2013.

104.          Dawn of Clouds - legal impact of the move to the cloud in the context of dawn raids, software copyrights, cyber security and how to prepare the enterprise, Tax Executives Institute: Santa Clara Valley & San Francisco Chapters Baker & McKenzie Software & E-Commerce Day XVII, May 2, Redwood Shores.

105.          Cloud Contract Enforceability and Liability, Cloud and Big Data Issues, LSI Conference, April 29, Seattle, Washington.

106.          Cookies Update, TRUSTe Webinar, April 17, 2013.

107.          Internet Freedom and Computer Abuse, Keynote Speech at UC Hastings Symposium on CFAA, Transformation after Tragedy, March 22, 2013, San Francisco, California.

108.          Copyright Law Update and Transactions Concerning Data, Social Media and Online Assets at the PLI conference on IP Issues in Business Transactions, February 28 and March 1, in San Francisco, California.

109.          Recorder Roundtable on Data Privacy with Judge A. Kozinski, C. Cohen, GC Electronic Frontier Foundation and P. Favro, Symantec, February 27, 2013, San Francisco, California.

110.          Field Guide to International Data Privacy Law Compliance, ACCA Briefings on December 6 in Santa Clara and December 12 in San Francisco, California.

111.          Data Privacy Update on US Safe Harbor Program by U.S. Commercial Service, December 5, 2012, Webinar.

112.          Privacy Law Compliance in International Commercial Contracting, IACCM Briefing, November 29, 2012, webinar.

113.          Field Guide to International Data Privacy Law Compliance, IAPP Congress, November 15, 2012, Brussels, Belgium.

114.          Fluency in Cloud Computing, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminar, November 15, 2012, Brussels, Belgium.

115.          Data Privacy in the Cloud, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminar, November 14, Luxembourg.

116.          Establishing and maintaining Global Data Protection Programs, Client Roundtable, November 13, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

117.          Data Privacy in the Cloud - 12 Myths and Facts, Workday Rising Conference, November 6, Las Vegas, Nevada.

118.          Establishing a Global Data Protection Program, Baker GPS Webinar, October 30, 2012.

119.          Field Guide to International Data Privacy Law Compliance, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, October 22, 2012, Berkeley, California.

120.          U.S. versus German Data Privacy Law, Comparative Assessment, University of Wyoming Business School, October 17, 2012 (video conference).

121.          Tackling Data Privacy Compliance in Commercial Contracting, IACCM Americas Conference, October 16, Houston, Texas.

122.          The Future of E-commerce and Fashion and Luxury Web 3.0: E-marketing and the Online Brand Experience Panels at Baker & McKenzie’s Fashion and Luxory Goods Conference, September 28, New York City.

123.          Data Privacy in the Cloud, GOAL Webinar, September 2013.

124.          Data Breack Preparedness Workshop and Panel on International Data Privacy Law Compliance, ACI’s Privacy and Security of Consumer and Employee Information conference, July 30-31, San Francisco.

125.          International Privacy Best Practices, Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, June 18, 2012, Stanford, California.

126.          Data Privacy and Security Clauses: How to Minimize Liability and Incorporate the Latest Security Controls Into Your Contract, 2nd National Forum on Cloud Computing, June 6, 2012, San Francisco, California.

127.          Social Media – Privacy Aspects, Baker & McKenzie Webinar, May 24, 2012.

128.          Open Data, Open Apps – International Legal Considerations, Open Source Business Conference, San Francisco, 2012.

129.          Policing Social Media Policies, Baker & McKenzie Webinar, April 18, 2012.

130.          Jones & GPS Tracking: Implications for the 4th Amendment, Technology & Privacy, boalt.org panel discussion, April 9, 2012, Berkely, California.

131.          Data Privacy in the Cloud, IAPP Summit, March 2012, Washington D.C.

132.          IP Business Transactions Concerning Data, Social Media and Online Assets, IP in Business Transactions PLI’s IP Issues in Business Transactions 2012, February 21-22, 2012 in San Francisco and live webcast.

133.          International Tax Planning Effects on Intellectual Property, IP in Business Transactions PLI’s IP Issues in Business Transactions 2012, scheduled for February 21-22, 2012 in San Francisco and live webcast.

134.          North American Data Privacy Law Update, Silicon Valley Association of General Counsels’ All Hands Meeting, December 7, 2011, Santa Clara, California

135.          International Tax Planning Effects on IP, Commercial and Legal Matters, Silicon Valley Association of General Counsels, November 18, 2011, Redwood City, California.

136.          Twelve Myths and many more facts re. Social Networking Privacy in the U.S. and Europe, Presentation to The International Law Society & The Stanford Law and Technology Association, Stanford Law School, November 16, 2011, Stanford, California

137.          State Regulation of Electronic Commerce, 8th Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, June 24, 2011, Stanford, California.

138.          Intrusive Employee Monitoring in the U.S. and the EU, Privacy Law Scholars Conference, June 3, 2011, Berkeley, California.

139.          IP-related Tax Considerations, PLI Seminar on IP in Business Transactions, May 20, 2011, San Francisco, California.

140.          Selling Products in China, Baker & McKenzie China Legal Update, May 24, 2011 Palo Alto, California.

141.          Managing International Trademark Portfolios, Amercian Corporate Counsel Association Seminar, May 12, Palo Alto, California.

142.          Doing Business Online, Baker & McKenzie Client Conference, May 11, 2011 Palo Alto, California.

143.          What is Cloud Computing, and What are the Security & Legal Risks of Putting Your Data Into the Cloud?, Woodruff-Sawyer & Co. Seminar, March 10, 2011, San Jose, California.

144.          Cybertracking – New Rules for the Information Super Highway, Baker & McKenzie Seminar, February 17, 2011, New York, New York.

145.          New International Media Laws, Baker & McKenzie Seminar, November 2, 2010, Palo Alto, California.

146.          EU Competition Law Revisions for Online Distribution, Baker & McKenzie Seminar, October 26, 2010, Palo Alto, California.

147.          Workplace Privacy in the United States and Abroad, Baker & McKenzie Seminar, October 12, 2010, San Diego, California.

148.          Background Checks and Global Data Privacy Law Compliance, Annual Conference of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners, October 12, 2010, San Diego, California.

149.          International Software Licensing, American Conference Institute Software License Agreements Conference, September 22, 2010, San Francisco, California.

150.          Data Privacy and Cloud Computing, Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, Stanford Law School, June 25, 2010, Palo Alto, California.

151.          Privacy and Security around the World PLI , Eleventh Annual Institute on Privacy and Data Security Law, PLI June 21/22, 2010, New York.

152.          International Data Privacy Regulation and Litigation Concerns, ACI’s National Advanced Forum on Litigation and Enforcement Preparedness for Data Privacy & Information Security, June 3-4, 2010, Dallas.

153.          Building a Cost Effective Compliance Program, The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, May 26, 2010.

154.          Balancing Technology and Privacy:  Emerging Rules in Online Behavioral Advertising, Mobile Marketing, Social Networking, and other Electronic Commercial Communications, Eleventh Annual Institute on Privacy and Data Security Law, PLI May 24/25, 2010, San Francisco.

155.          International Labor, Employment, and Immigration, U.S. Commercial Services Webinar, May 18, 2010.

156.          Distributing Technology Products in China, Baker & McKenzie China Legal Update, May 12, 2010, Palo Alto.

157.          Data Security Requirements Evolve, IAPP Summit, April 20, 2010, Washington DC.

158.          Foreign Incorporations to Support US Exports, U.S. Commercial Services Webinar, April 20, 2010.

159.          International Data Transfers, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminar, April 16, 2010, Brussels, Belgium.

160.          International Data Transfers, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminar, April 14, 2010, Zürich, Schweiz.

161.          Data Security Requirements under U.S. Law, Client Seminar, April 13, 2010, München, Deutschland.

162.          Online Privacy and Free Speech, International Law Society, Stanford Law School, April 7, 2010, Stanford, California.

163.          Eletronic Contracting and the Battle of the Forms, IACCM Ask the Expert Webinar Series, April 1, 2010.

164.          International Data Protection Law Principals, Privacy Symposium at Stanford, March 22-24, 2010, Stanford Law School, Palo Alto.

165.          International Distribution Agreements, U.S. Commercial Services Webinar, March 23, 2010.

166.          European and UK Contract Law Update, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminar, March 3, 2010, Palo Alto.

167.          Industry Focus: Due Diligence of IP Assets, PLI Intellectual Property Issues in Business Transactions 2010, February 24, 2010, San Francisco.

168.          Industry Focus: IP Licensing Issues, PLI Intellectual Property Issues in Business Transactions 2010, February 24, 2010, San Francisco.

169.          Computer and Network Monitoring – Privacy Compliance, Baker & McKenzie GPS Webinar, February 11, 2010.

170.          Exporting and Importing Products, U.S. Commercial Services Webinar, February 9, 2010.

171.          Software License Streamlining Workshop, ACI Conference on Software Licensing, October 8, 2009, San Francisco.

172.          Software Licensing Across Geographies, ACI Conference on Software Licensing, October 7, 2009, San Francisco.

173.          EU-US Data Privacy Law Update, PLI Conference on Data Privacy and Security, June 22, 2009, New York.

174.          European Data Governance, IAPP Practical Privacy Series, June 17, 2009, Santa Clara, California.

175.          REACH Compliance for US Technology Companies, Baker & McKenzie breakfast seminar, June 16, 2009, Palo Alto, California.

176.          China Internet Law for US Companies, Baker & McKenzie China Legal Update, May 21, 2009, Palo Alto, California.

177.          The Legal Aspects of Managing Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment, C2P Webinar, March 16, 2009.

178.          Designing Open Source Usage Policies and Strategies, Open Source Business Conference, March 2009, San Francisco.

179.          Handling Open Source Risks, Handling Intellectual Property Issues in Business Transactions 2009, Public Law Institute, February 9-10, 2009, San Francisco.

180.          Global Data Protection Law Update, December 11, San Diego, California.

181.          German Law Update for U.S. High Tech Companies, December 10, 2008, Palo Alto.

182.          Compliant Compliance – Data Protection Law Compliance Considerations in the Context of Global Investigations, December 10, 2008, Palo Alto.

183.          IPR in the Global Arena, Going Global: Essential International Law for the Buisness Transactions, November 18, 2008, San Francisco.

184.          Ethical Problems in the International Marketplace, Going Global: Essential International Law for the Buisness Transactions, November 18, 2008, San Francisco.

185.          Across the Pond: Recent Developments in EU Data Protection Laws, Regulation and Enforcement, PLI Ninth Annual Institute on Privacy and Security Law, June 23 - 24, 2008, New York.

186.          Cross-border Patent Licensing Considerations, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on Winning Strategies for Worldwide Patent Enforcement, June 19, 2008, Palo Alto.

187.          GPL 3 Interpretation: Interpretation of the defining license of the Free Software movement and practical tips for compliance: What is the intent of GPL 3? What business models fit the best?, LSI Conference, San Francisco, California, June 9, 2008.

188.          Global Privacy Law Update, ABA Brown Bag on Privacy and Information Security, Webcast, May 13, 2008.

189.          Social Networking Websites - International Cyberlaw and Privacy Aspects, State Bar of California Webinar, May 9, 2008.

190.          GPL 3.0 - A User’s Guide, International Technology Law Association’s Annual Meeting and World Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 24–25, 2008.

191.          Best & Worst in Contracts Drafting & Governance, IACCM Americas conference, April 9, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona.

192.          Contractors in Open Source Software Development, Open Source Business Conference, March 25/26, 2008, San Francisco, California.

193.          Global Privacy Compliance Programs, Baker & McKenzie client seminar, Palo Alto, California, March 12, 2008.

194.          WEEE Update, M-cubed Compliance Seminar, March 11, 2008, Santa Clara, California.

195.          Cross-Border Data Transfers, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on Data Privacy Compliance, December 19, 2007, Palo Alto, California.

196.          EU-US Data Privacy Safe Harbor, Amercian Association of Corporate Counsel (ACCA) luncheon briefings, December 18 (San Francisco) and 19 (Palo Alto).

197.          Update on Contract Updates, IACCM Ask the Expert Briefing, December 13, 2007.

198.          Open Source Software in M&A, Baker & McKenzie Webinar, December 6, 2007.

199.          Open Source Software Licensing Update, Silicon Valley Association of General Counsel All Hands Meeting, December 4, 2006,

200.          International Channel Relationships and Agreements, Baker & McKenzie Emerging Technology Company Workshop, November 13, 2007, Palo Alto, California.

201.          What's Private about HR in a Global Economy?, IAPP Privacy Academy 2007, October 23, 2007, in San Francisco.

202.          Workshop on Drafting, Negotiating and Streamlining Software License Agreements, American Conference Institute’s Conference on Software License Agreements, October 18, 2007, in San Francisco.

203.          International Software Licensing, American Conference Institute’s Conference on Software License Agreements, October 17, 2007, in San Francisco.

204.          The Day after Tomorrow, Legal Considerations regarding Software and Support and Maintenance Relationships, American Conference Institute’s Conference on Software License Agreements, October 16, 2007, in San Francisco.

205.          Managing the Extended Enterprise, PLI Conference on Outsourcing, October 2007, San Francisco, California.

206.          Cross-Border Traffic: Managing International Data Flows in a Global Matrix of Privacy Laws, PLI Privacy Law Institute, June 25, 2007, in New York City.

207.          Overcoming Ownership and Licensing Challenges Presented by Open Source and Standards Bodies Participation, ACI Conference on IP Due Diligence, June 21, 2007, in San Francisco.

208.          The Big Picture: An Overview of Major Trends in Privacy and Security Law, PLI Privacy Law Institute, June 5, 2007, in San Francisco.

209.          The Viral/Immunizing Effect Revisited - How Far Can/Do/Should Open Source Licenses Go?, Open Source Business Conference, May 23, 2007, San Francisco.

210.          Developing, Commercialising and Protecting Intellectual Property in China, Baker & McKenzie Annual China Legal Update, May 1, 2007, Palo Alto.

211.          Open Source Licensing Update, Baker & McKenzie Seminars, April 18 and 19, 2007, in Austin, Dallas and Houston, Texas.

212.          Worldwide RoHS and WEEE Trends, Baker & McKenzie client briefing, March 23, 2007, Frankfurt, Germany.

213.          Product Distribution and Franchising in the United States, Bocconi University, March 22, 2007, Milan, Italy.

214.          Commercial Contracting in the United States, American Chamber of Commerce Briefing, March 21, 2007, in Munich, Germany.

215.          Deciding How to Approach Patenting in Foreign Jurisdictions, American Conference Institute, Software Strategy Summit, February 20-21, 2007, Palo Alto.

216.          Taking your Technology Internatioanl: Export/Import Controls and Product Homologation, Baker & McKenzie workshop for Emerging Companies, February 14, Palo Alto.

217.          China’s Environment in the 21st Century:  RoHS and Other Regulations, Annual Chinese Institute of Engineers (CIE/USA) Conference, February 10, San Jose.

218.          Privacy Law Update, Annual All-hands Meeting of the Silicon Valley Association of General Counsel, December 5, 2006 in Santa Clara, California.

219.          Introduction to European Data Protection Laws, Guest Lecture in Prof. Schwartz’s Data Privacy Class at University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), November 28, 2006.

220.          Open Source Usage Guidelines, Baker & McKenzie Webcast, November 7, 2006.

221.          Caught in the Middle: Legal Considerations Regarding Companies’ Responsibility to Respond to Government Demands for Customer Information, October 28, 2006 in San Francisco, Calilfornia.

222.          Introduction to European Data Protection Laws, Guest Lecture in Prof. Freiwald’s Data Privacy Class at University of San Francisco School of Law, October 5, 2006.

223.          Open Source Software: business opportunities, legal issues and contractual best practices, September 30, 2006, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy.

224.          WEEE RoHS update: Tactical Execution and Legal Perspective, August 16, 2006, San Jose, California.

225.          Open Source Update - GPL3 and New Business Models, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminars, August 15, 2006 in Palo Alto.

226.          Software Combinations as Derivative Works under Coypright Law, Intellectual Property Scholar’s Conference, August 11, 2006, University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall)

227.          International IP Licensing, ACI Conference on Biotech/Pharma In-licensing, Co-promotion, and Co-development agreements, July 17/18, 2006 in San Francisco, California.

228.          Toward Global Standards for Information Privacy, Security, and Cross-Border Data Flows, PLI's Seventh Annual Institute on Privacy Law: Evolving Laws and Practices in a Security - Driven World, June 5/6, 2006 in San Francisco.

229.          Global Product Distribution, Annual IACCM Conference, April 27, 2006 in San Diego, California.

230.          Open Source Update - GPL3 and New Business Models, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminars,  April 11 in Palo Alto, April 27 in San Diego, Webcast.

231.          Ensuring Secure and Compliant Processes When Using Third Parties and Consultants, ACI Conference on Preventing, Detecting And Responding To Security Breaches And Identity Theft, April 17, 2006 in San Francisco, California.

232.          Demystifying Privacy and Data Security Legislation: An In-depth Analysis for Non-Lawyers at ACI Conference on Preventing, Detecting And Responding To Security Breaches And Identity Theft, April, 15, 2006 in San Francisco, California. 

233.          Localizing Licensing and Distribution Agreements for China, Baker & McKenzie Client Seminar, March 21, 2006, in Palo Alto, California.

234.          International IP Licensing and Enforcement, Commerce Department Seminar on "Making America's Trade Agreements Work for You," January 17, 2005 in San Diego, California.

235.          Distributing Technology Products in Europe, Annual All-hands Meeting of the Silicon Valley Association of General Counsel, December 6, 2005 in Santa Clara, California

236.          Taking Your Technology International, Menlo Ventures Seminar, November 8, 2005, Menlo Park, California.

237.          Information Technology Law Update, IT Can, October 27/28, 2005 in Montreal, Canada.

238.          International Software Licensing and Workshop on Software Licensing, American Conference Institute (ACI) Annual Conference on Software Licensing, October 19 - 21, 2005 in San Francisco.

239.          Digital Rights Management - Necessary Protection for Authors or Roadblock to Technological Innovation? IT Zukunftsforum, September 22/23, 2005, Berlin, Germany.

240.          Contracting in Civil vs. Common Law Jurisdictions and Signatureless Contracting Methods, Host and Presenter at Annual EMEA Conference of IACCM, co-sponsored with Baker & McKenzie, September 12/13, 2005 in Munich, Germany.

241.          Update on Electronic Waste Laws (WEEE/RoHS), Baker & McKenzie Webcast, August 11, 2005.

242.          Compliance Requirements for Technology Products in Europe, Baker & McKenzie Seminar, July 20, 2005, Palo Alto, California.

243.          Legal Obligations under WEEE and RoHS Legislation for Manufacturers of Electrical and Electronics Products, Symphony Consulting Supply Chain Workshops, June 19 and August 9, 2005, Santa Clara, California. 

244.          New Open Source Business Models, Presentation to Cyberspace Committee of the Business Law Section of the State Bar of California, May 5, 2005, Palo Alto, California.

245.          Technology Distribution in Europe vs. the United States, European-American Chamber of Commerce, April 13, 2005 in San Francisco, California.

246.          Software after Copyright Law - Panel Discussion at Stanford University with S. Freiwald, M. Lemley, T. Bell and  P. Grewal, April 9, 2005, in Palo Alto, California.

247.          Technology Distribution in Europe, Silicon Valley Association of General Counsel, February 18, 2005 in Sunnyvale, California.

248.          Moving R&D and Production to China, Baker & McKenzie Seminar, February 10, 2005 in Seattle, Washington.

249.          Streamlining Standard Contracts for Domestic and International Sales and Licensing, Baker & McKenzie Seminar, February 9, 2005, in Santa Clara, California.

250.          Assignment of NDAs and Licenses in M&A Transactions, American Corporate Counsel Association (ACC-A) Seminar, February 1, 2005 in Palo Alto, California.

251.          Workshop on Drafting Data Privacy Policies, American Conference Institute (ACI) Advanced Legal and Business Guide to Privacy and Information Security in Financial Institutions, January 26, 2005 in Washington DC.

252.          Data Privacy Policies under European Law, American Conference Institute (ACI) Advanced Legal and Business Guide to Privacy and Information Security in Financial Institutions, January 25, 2005 in Washington DC.

253.          Data Privacy – The European Perspective, Panel on Global Privacy Laws at Santa Clara University’s IP Week, October 29, 2004 in Santa Clara, California.

254.          Software Licensing Workshop, American Conference Institute (ACI) Conference on Software Licensing Agreements in San Francisco, October 27 in San Francisco, California.

255.          International Software Licensing, American Conference Institute (ACI) Conference on Software Licensing Agreements in San Francisco, October 26 in San Francisco, California.

256.          Enforceability of Click-Through and Shrink-wrap License Agreements, American Conference Institute (ACI) Conference on Software Licensing Agreements in San Francisco, October 25 in San Francisco, California.

257.          The Future of International Law, Panel Discussion with R. Buxbaum, S. Krasner, U. Preuss at University of California, Berkeley School of Law, Institute for European Studies, October 13 in Berkeley, California.

258.          Enforceability of Shrink-wrap License Agreements, Seminars for American Corporate Counsel Association (ACC-A) on July 1 and September 8, 2004 in Palo Alto, California, and Webcast.

259.          IP Issues in Offshore Outsourcing Transactions, American Conference Institute (ACI) Offshore Outsourcing Conference, October 20, 2004 in New York City, New York.

260.          Outsourcing in Europe, American Conference Institute (ACI) Offshore Outsourcing Conference, October 21, 2004 in New York City, New York.

261.          Binding Corporate Privacy Rules as Alternative to Safe Harbor and Model Clauses, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on EU-US Data Transfers, May 20, 2004 in Palo Alto, California.

262.          Employee Monitoring and Data Protection, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on Data Privacy, April 29, 2004 in Atlanta, California.

263.          SCO vs. Linux – Threats to Open Source Developers, Users, and Distributors? Luncheon Presentation at the Barrister’s Club, IP Section, March 17, 2004 in San Francisco, California.

264.          Technology Licensing in Europe – Competition Law Issues, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on Doing Business in the Enlarged European Union, February 10, 2004 in Santa Clara, California.

265.           Technology Licensing in Europe - Advanced Forum on Licensing Intellectual Property of the American Conference Institute (ACI), December 8/9, 2003 in San Francisco, California.

266.          Structuring, Drafting and Negotiating Complex License Agreements - Workshop of the American Conference Institute (ACI), December 10, 2003 in San Francisco, California.

267.           Website Audits - Baker & McKenzie European IT Seminar, November 15,2003 in Madrid, Spain.

268.          Outsourcing to Europe, Seminar on Offshore Outsourcing of the American Conference Institute (ACI), October 29/30, 2003 in San Francisco, California.

269.          IP and IT Issues during Corporate Due Diligence Investigations, Baker & McKenzie Global M&A Seminar, October 14, 2003 in San Jose, California.

270.          International Software Licensing, Seminar on Software License Agreements of the American Conference Institute (ACI), October 2/3, 2003 in San Francisco, California.

271.          Doing Business Globally over the Internet, Practicing Law Institute (PLI) Internet Institute, July 14/15, 2003 New York, July 25/26, 2003 San Francisco, California.

272.          Legal Aspects of R&D Cooperation, Nanotechnology Forum of the American Conference Institute (ACI), June 16/17, 2003 in Boston, Massachusetts.

273.          International Technology Distribution, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on 'Taking Technology International', March 24, 2003 in San Diego, California.

274.          Data Privacy in M&A and Outsourcing Scenarios, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on 'Global HR Databases', April 29, 2003 in San Jose, California.

275.          International IP Issues, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on 'Moving Research and Development to China', February 25, 2003 in Palo Alto, May 7, 2003 in Orange County, California.

276.          What Law to Choose, Baker & McKenzie Seminar on 'European IT Developments, November 9, 2002 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

 

Law School Courses.

1.      University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), California, 2004 to present: Courses on Data Privacy Law (2015), Computer Law (2005 - 2014, 2016) and Cyber and Electronic Commerce Law (2004).

2.      Stanford Law School, 2011, Course on Data Privacy Law.

3.      University of California, Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, Adjunct Professor: Courses on Data Privacy Law (2010, 2012, 2013, 2015) and California Privacy Law (2016).

4.      University of San Francisco School of Law, California, Visiting Associate Professor 2000 to 2005: Courses on Electronic Commerce Law (2000, 2001), Information Technology Law (2001 - 2003), Data Privacy Law (2003) and Global Outsourcing and IP Transactions (2005).

5.      Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 1994 to present: Courses on Data Privacy Law, Electronic Commerce Law, Constitutional Law, Relations between Constitutional and Public International Law and Administrative Law for Business School Students.

 

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