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Video Games - IP & Data Privacy with Deris Attorneys at Law Partnership

About this webinar

Chambers are delighted to invite you to join us for a webinar on 3 November with Deris Attorneys at Law Partnership. This webinar will cover the following talking points:

  • IP rights of video games.
  • Key privacy considerations relating to gaming: data collection, targeted ads, etc.
    Considerations relating to children: UK Age-Appropriate Design Code, etc.
  • Protecting your investment and avoiding infringement by clearing your game before publication.
  • Strategies for when someone has copied your game on the App Store / Google Play.
  • Responding to a “take down” notice on the App Store / Google Play.

Event Details:
Event date
Wednesday, 3 November 2021
4:00 pm - 4:45 pm Coordinated Universal Time
Event location
In association with:
Okan Çan, Partner - Deris Attorneys at Law Partnership
Okan Çan represents market-leading companies in the protection and enforcement of IP rights. His expertise extends to IP litigation, IP strategy, transactional intellectual property, technology licensing, data privacy and publicityrights. By invitation of the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office in 2016, Mr Çan participated in and actively worked with the commission established for the preparation of the new Turkish IP Code, which entered into force on 10 January 2017. He is currently the chair of the Sub-committee of INTA’s Anti-Counterfeiting Committee. Mr. Can is also listed in the IAM Patent 1000, IP Stars, Legal 500, Chamber and Partners and WTR 10002016-2021 in the gold tier for litigation and enforcement.
Paul Lanois, Director, Technology, Outsourcing and Privacy - Fieldfisher
Paul Lanois is a global privacy, data protection and information security professional and is an attorney admitted to the Bars of the District of Columbia (DC-USA), New York (NY-USA) and the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). He has been recognized as a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, with concentrations in Asian law (CIPP/A), US law (CIPP/US), European law (CIPP/E) and Canadian law (CIPP/C). He is also a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and a Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT).
Kimberly Culp, Counsel - Fenwick & West
Kimberly Culp, Silicon Valley attorney at Fenwick & West, works with video game and digital media companies. She assesses and manages risk in a wide variety of matters, including with respect to advertising claims, trademarks, and intellectual property. Where necessary, she helps her clients resolve their disputes through litigation. In all aspects of her practice, Kimberly's focus is on reaching her client's strategic goal, and she has successfully met those strategic goals for early-stage companies with limited resources, and for mature companies operating on tight budgets. Kimberly’s personal gaming began on an Atari, but with less free-time these days she enjoys the convenience of mobile platforms.
Charline Thiebault, Deputy Editor - Chambers Europe Responsible for France - Chambers and Partners
Charline graduated in International Relations and Political Sciences from Sciences Po Lyon, before studying for an MA in International Politics at SOAS in London. She is a French native speaker.
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Video Games - IP & Data Privacy with Deris Attorneys at Law Partnership