Attorneys, industry executives, regulatory and governmental officials and others involved with new wireless and mobile communication services and the multiplicity of uses for licensed and unlicensed spectrum
The wireless ecosystem now offers customers a full range of communications and information services, ranging from voice and messaging to internet browsing, video, specialized content, location-based applications, and mobile wallets.
Every day new legal and regulatory issues arise from the continuing proliferation of devices and services. Attorneys working with clients in the wireless industry need to understand how spectrum is being used and acquired, how to navigate IP claims, how to negotiate deals between applications developers, carriers and device manufacturers, and how to address consumer and user concerns such as consumer protection and issues of privacy and security.
This is your chance to interact with and learn from transactional, litigation, and regulatory lawyers, as well as investment bankers, investors and industry executives and consultants, as they address the legal, business and regulatory issues of this rapidly expanding industry.
~ Scott Morris, Esq. and Daniel M. Waggoner, Esq., Program Co-Chairs
Scott Morris, Esq., Program Co-Chair
Trilogy International Partners / Bellevue, WA
Daniel M. Waggoner, Esq., Program Co-Chair
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP / Seattle, WA
The Wireless Industry continues to expand and change at an extraordinary pace. These industry analysts will tell you about the key drivers and where they think the next hot areas will be.
Kent Lundgren, Senior Market Intelligence Manager
Intellectual Ventures Management, LLC / Bellevue, WA
Chetan Sharma, Founder and President
Chetan Sharma Consulting / Issaquah, WA
Adrian Smith, Partner
Ignition / Bellevue, WA
Perspectives on the presidential advisory committee report advocating greater use of unlicensed spectrum; innovative ways unlicensed spectrum is being used for new services, and supplementing licensed spectrum
Paul W. Garnett, Esq., Director, Technology Policy
Microsoft Corporation / Redmond, WA
Christopher Guttman-McCabe, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs
CTIA -The Wireless Association / Washington, DC
Cathleen A. Massey, VP Regulatory Affairs & Public Policy
Clearwire / Washington, DC
Matthew S. DelNero, Esq.
Covington & Burling LLP / Washington, DC
Patent and related issues continue to have huge impacts on the wireless ecosystem, driving investment and litigation; new developments and strategies
David T. McDonald, Esq.
K&L Gates LLP / Seattle, WA
Byron E. Springer, Jr., Esq., Chief Counsel, Acquisitions
Intellectual Ventures Management, LLC / Bellevue, WA
Davina C. Inslee, Esq., IP Counsel
Vulcan Inc. / Seattle, WA
This panel of industry leaders will explore the extraordinary growth in apps and content deployed through wireless devices
Glenn J. Blumstein, Esq., Chief Intellectual Property Counsel
AT&T Mobility / Redmond, WA
Seann W. Hallisky, Esq.
T-Mobile USA Inc. / Bellevue, WA
Mary Newcomer Williams, Esq., Associate General Counsel - Windows Phone Division
Microsoft Corporation / Redmond, WA
Sponsored by Davis Wright Tremaine
Megan L. Muir, Esq.
DLA Piper / Seattle, WA
Key compliance issues for mobile payments and commerce
Andrew J. Lorentz, Esq., Moderator
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP / Washington, DC
Financial institution and mobile ecosystem perspectives
Matt Calman, Esq., SVP, R&D Executive at Bank of America & Chapter Founder of Mobey Forum
Bank of America & Mobey Forum / Charlotte, NC
Innovations in carrier billing
Martine Niejadlik, ViceP, Support and Compliance Officer
BOKU, Inc. / San Francisco, CA
Regulatory developments and areas of risk
Todd M. Hinnen, Esq.
Perkins Coie LLP / Seattle, WA
Lessons from a plaintiff's perspective
Michael J. Aschenbrener, Esq.
Aschenbrener Law, P.C. / Chicago, IL
Practical tips for ensuring that operations comply with the law and your privacy policies
Sara Page, Senior Counsel, Privacy
HTC Corporation / Bellevue, WA
Regular tuition for this program is $845 with a group rate of $635 each for two or more registrants from the same firm. For government employees, we offer a special rate of $565. For students and people in their job for less than a year, our rate is $422.50. All rates include admission to all seminar sessions, food and beverages at breaks, and all course materials. Make checks payable to Law Seminars International.
You may substitute another person at any time. We will refund tuition, less a $50 cancellation fee, if we receive your cancellation by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 30, 2012. After that time, we will credit your tuition toward attendance at another program or the purchase of a Homestudy. There is a $25 cancellation fee for Course Materials orders and $50 for Homestudy orders.
Live credits: This program qualifies for 10.25 WA CLE credits. Upon request, we will apply for, or help you apply for, CLE credits in other states and other types of credits.
The conference will be held at the John Davis Conference Center at 1201 Third Ave.#2200 in Seattle, WA 98101. Contact either The Roosevelt hotel at 206-621-1200 x 5001 for reservations at the special negotiated rate of $119.00 or Grand Hyatt Seattle at https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_gi_new&groupID=15304358 for reservations at the special negotiated rate of $179.00. Rooms are on a first come, first served basis.
Our complete Homestudy Course, consisting of a DVD recording and the course materials (either a binder or searchable CD), is available for $855. The course materials alone are available for $100. We will ship your Homestudy order via UPS ground within two weeks after the seminar or from the date we receive payment.
Scott Morris, Program Co-Chair, is Sr. V.P. and General Counsel of Trilogy International Partners. Previously, he held senior legal and public affairs positions with Terabeam Corporation, AT&T Wireless Services and McCaw Cellular Communications.
Daniel M. Waggoner, Program Co-Chair, partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, focuses on communications, media and intellectual property issues. He represents new and traditional media programmers and content providers in transactions and specialized litigation matters.
Full bio and contact info for Daniel M. Waggoner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Andrew J. Lorentz, partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, focuses on the retail financial services sector, emphasizing payments and billing issues. He counsels major banks, global technology companies and international retailers on financial regulation, billing and payment systems.
Full bio and contact info for Andrew J. Lorentz at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Michael Aschenbrener, principal and founder at Aschenbrener Law, P.C., represents consumers in technology, privacy, and civil rights class actions. He also counsels business in technology, privacy, and licensing matters.
Glenn Blumstein, Chief IP Counsel and Chair of the Wireless Invention Review Board for AT&T Mobility, supports IP strategy, transactions, litigation, collaborations and patent development. Previously, he worked for Cingular Wireless LLC, AT&T Wireless, and Davis Wright Tremaine LLP.
Matt Calman, SVP, R&D Executive in the Online and Mobile Solutions team at Bank of America and Global Board Member and Founder of the North American Chapter for Mobey Forum, leads the research affiliations with the MIT Media Lab, the Carnegie Mellon University Human Computer Interactions Institute and the Microsoft Innovation Outreach Program.
Matthew S. DelNero, partner at Covington & Burling LLP, practices in the areas of telecommunications, technology, and media law and policy. He advises investors and companies active in the telecommunications sector, and is serving as lead communications counsel in three spectrum transactions pending before the FCC. He is a Co-Chair of the Wireless Telecommunications Committee of the Federal Communications Bar Association.
Paul W. Garnett, Director, Technology Policy at Microsoft Corporation, provides legal and regulatory advice supporting Microsoft businesses. Previously, he was Assistant VP, Regulatory Affairs, CTIA, and in the FCCs Wireline Competition Bureau.
Christopher Guttman-McCabe, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, CTIA-The Wireless Association, focuses on regulatory mandates and homeland security and coordinates the Association's regulatory policy advocacy.
Seann W. Hallisky, Principal Corporate Counsel at T-Mobile USA Inc., specializes in drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, merger and acquisition transactions involving intellectual property, internet, wireless and e-commerce law, online privacy, copyright law, trademark and unfair competition law.
Todd M. Hinnen, partner at Perkins Coie LLP, focuses on civil and criminal litigation, investigations, and regulatory compliance counseling relating to privacy and network security. Previously, he was the Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security at the U.S. Department of Justice.
Davina C. Inslee, IP Counsel at Vulcan Inc., oversees the protection, monetization and enforcement of intellectual property owned by Interval and Vulcan Inc. Previously, she was Patent Counsel for T-Mobile USA, Inc. and an attorney at Perkins Coie LLP.
Kent Lundgren, Senior Research Analyst at Intellectual Ventures Management, LLC, reports on market and financial data to inform strategic programs. Previously, he worked for Microsoft driving mobile initiatives across different products, collecting competitive intelligence, and conducting usage analysis.
Cathleen A. Massey, Vice President - Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy at Clearwire Corporation, is responsible for government relations and regulatory issues. She was a Deputy Bureau Chief of the FCC's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau.
David T. McDonald, partner and IP Practice Area Leader at K&L Gates LLP, focuses on technology-related intellectual property litigation, including contract-based disputes. He also advises on matters relating to political parties.
Megan L. Muir, regional head of DLA Piper's Corporate & Securities practice, represents emerging growth companies, venture capital firms, strategic investors and investment banks. Previously she was with Venture Law Group in Silicon Valley.
Martine Niejadlik, Vice President, Customer and Merchant Support and Compliance Officer for Boku Inc., creates and leads risk management and fraud prevention initiatives for financial institutions and payment leaders. Previously, she worked at PayPal, eBay and Amazon and was one of the developers of the "FICO Score".
Sara Page, Director of Legal Affairs, Privacy and Security, is responsible for global privacy, data protection and security for HTC, and worked for T-Mobile, Microsoft, AT&T Wireless and US West.
Chetan Sharma, President of Chetan Sharma Consulting, is a leading strategist in the mobile industry. He has served as an advisor to senior executive management of several Fortune 100 companies in the wireless space and has advised each of the top global mobile data operators. He is author or editor of mobile related books, research papers and articles.
Adrian Smith, Partner at Ignition, is a director on the board of Twisted Pair Solutions and Xeround. He is the author of several patents for cellular technology as well as co-author of the book IS-136 TDMA Technology, Economics and Services.
Byron E. Springer, Chief Counsel for Acquisitions for the Invention Investment Funds (IIF) at Intellectual Ventures, is responsible for purchase and diligence of invention rights by IIF. Previously, he was Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Digeo, Inc.
Mary Newcomer Williams, Associate General Counsel in Microsoft Corporation's Legal and Corporate Affairs division, heads a team that provides legal support to Windows Phone Marketing and Windows Phone Services groups.