26th Annual Program in Law and Technology (PILT) Seminar

Please join the University of Dayton School of Law on June 3, 2016, for the 26th annual Program in Law and Technology (PILT) Seminar: Exploring the Future of Cyber, Technology and Intellectual Property Innovation featuring keynote speaker, Associate Dean Thaddeus Hoffmeister, a noted expert on social media and the law. His keynote address is titled “Effective Social Networking for Lawyers: #KeepingUpWithTheEthics.”

Other sessions for the day include:

  • Goodwill Gone Bad: Brand Management Before and After a Data/Cyber Breach
    Presented by April L. Besl, Partner, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP and Melanie Dougherty, Managing Director, Inform
  • Why Cyberinsurance Should Be in Your Risk Management Toolbox
    Presented by Scot Ganow, CIPP/US, Attorney, Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L and Spencer Timmel, CIPP/US, CIPM, CITRMS, Hylant
  • Redefining Both Ends of the Patent Dispute: New Supreme Court Standards for Claim Interpretation and Enhanced Damages
    Presented by Scott R. Conley, Ph.D., Senior Associate, Frost Brown Todd LLC and James D. Liles, Partner, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP
  • Getting Your Arms Around the Landscape of Data Privacy Law
    Presented by Steven Emmert, Senior Director, Government & Industry Affairs, RELX Inc.
  • Navigating the Boundaries of Software Patent-Eligibility Two Years after Alice v. CLS Bank
    Presented by Charles Bieneman, Bejin Bieneman PLC and Robert Bahr, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • EU Data Privacy Update
    Presented by Robert Carolina, Solicitor, Origin, Ltd., London, England
  • Navigating the Perfect Storm
    An interactive discussion among speakers bringing all topics together with integration of media.  


The fee for the 2016 seminar is $295. Scholarships are available which would reduce the registration fee for full-time judges, government employees, and professors to $200; and full-time students are only $15. It will be held at the University of Dayton School of Law, Joseph E. Keller Hall, 300 College Park, Dayton, Ohio. 

Visit go.udayton.edu/pilt, or see Related Links below, to register for the seminar, view the agenda and seminar details, and see the complete list of speaker bios.

CLE Credit is expected as follows at 6.15 total hours (pending approval): 5.30 general and 0.45 of ethics CLE credits. We will help you obtain CLE credit for other states upon request.

For more information, or to submit a news item, contact Denise Baker, assistant director of communications at the University of Dayton School of Law, at lawcomm@udayton.edu. Or submit your news online here.

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