Five Things You Must Know Before Drafting Intellectual Property, Privacy, and Data Security

March 2018
2018 Business Document Drafting Series:
Five Things You Must Know Before Drafting (i) Intellectual Property, (ii) Privacy, and (iii) Data Security Provisions
Co-sponsored by the New Lawyers Subsection of the CBA Business Law Section, and the Young Lawyers Divisions of the Colorado and Denver Bar Associations
Program Highlights
Who Should Attend:
- Lawyers in Your First Years of Practice
- Business Law Practitioners
- In-house Counsel
- Business Law Paralegals
- Anyone Who Wants Expert Guidance on Drafting Documents that Make Business Transactions Happen!
Program Description:
Back by Popular Demand - Our Business Document Drafting Series!
Registration is flexible. You can sign up for any of the programs individually or you can sign up for the entire or most of the series and save with our series package discount.
Attend and You Will:  
- Acquire Practical, Immediately Useful Drafting Skills
- Better Understand Agreements that You are Regularly Hired to Draft
- Receive the Expert Advice of Experienced Business Law and Writing Experts
- Add Useful Tools to Your Business Document Toolbox
Each program is 100 minutes in length, ensuring that you receive the important drafting training you want, while maximizing the use of your time. In addition, each program includes valuable written materials that you will refer to time and time again.
Don't just acquire CLE credits, acquire practical skills and knowledge you can immediately use in your practice - register for the Business Document Drafting Series today!

Registration begins at 7:30am
Program begins at 8:00am
Program ends at  9:40am          
Program 6  
Wednesday, May 23, 2018  
Five Things You Must Know Before Drafting (i) Intellectual Property, (ii) Privacy, and (iii) Data Security Provisions
Gone are the days when a one-size-fits-all technology transaction agreement will adequately handle all of an organization’s product and service offerings.  Additionally, while many companies rely on a broad network of service providers to deliver increasingly complex products and services, using these service providers can also lead to significant legal concerns over intellectual property rights, privacy, and data security.  Join Ryan Arney, Trent Martinet, Deborah Shinbein Howitt, and Chris Achatz as they discuss their top five drafting pointers when working through the complexity of intellectual property, privacy, and data security provisions.    
Presented by Ryan Arney, Nodal Law, LLC
Trent Martinet, Esq., Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP,    
Deborah Shinbein Howitt, Esq. and Christopher M. Achatz, Esq., Bryan Cave, Boulder, CO  
Moderated by: Otto Miguel Hanson, Esq., Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP    
Location Information
CLECI Large Classroom
1900 Grant Street, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80203
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Registration Fees
Non Member $99.00
CBA Member $89.00
New Lawyer Edge Partner $0.00
CLE ELITE Pass Holder $0.00
CBA Business Law Section Member $79.00
CBA or DBA Young Lawyers Division member $69.00
  • General Credits: 2.00
  • Ethics Credits:
Start Date - End Date
May 23, 2018
Start Time - End Time
8:00 AM - 9:40 AM
Event Location
CLECI Large Classroom
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