November 02, 2020
Cadwalader Intellectual Property Group partner John Moehringer spoke as part of a broad panel discussion on IP and data rights at an event hosted last week at Brooklyn Law School.
He was joined by panelists Ryan Carrier, Executive Director at ForHumanity; Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School; Dr. Ajintha Pathmanathan, CEO of ClinIQ Healthcare; and Karen Porter, Associate Dean for Inclusion and Diversity and Associate Professor of Clinical Law at Brooklyn Law School.
Drawing on his intellectual property legal experience in the computer science fields, Moehringer shared his perspective on a range of timely topics, including:
“As recent disputes and legal decisions have demonstrated, adequately defining data ownership rights, protection and privacy will be critical to the effective implementation of broad data-driven health care solutions,” Moehringer said.
The event was organized by the “Legal Hackers” organization.
Moehringer handles complex patent and trade secrets litigation, primarily in the electrical engineering, telecommunications, and computer science fields. In addition to representing clients in patent infringement suits in the U.S. district courts, John also has substantial experience representing clients in the U.S. International Trade Commission. He also counsels clients with respect to various Intellectual Property and data rights issues, including licensing and transactions, and rendering non-infringement and invalidity opinions.
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