CLBR #301: GDPR And The Future of WhoIs

GDPR And The Future of WHOIS

with Tyler Marandola

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TYLER MARONDOLA

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Tyler Marandola is a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation Group. He prosecutes and defends cases involving patents, copyrights, trademarks, licensing, unfair competition, and other commercial disputes. Tyler has experience in the areas of pharmaceutical and medical device patent litigation, as well as experience in transactional work and patent counseling and licensing, including within the biotech, mechanical, and telecommunication fields.

Tyler’s recent experience includes defending clients against allegations of infringement under software-related patents, as well as litigating patent claims relating to medical treatments and genetic sequencing. In addition, he has litigated copyright and trademark cases in various jurisdictions and has experience in proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB).

Co-Author, GDPR And The Future of WHOIs Data, National Law Review (April 3, 2018).

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I’ll be presenting on the FTC’s Influencer Crackdown at the Internet Law Leadership Summit, May 17-18 in Las Vegas

 

 

 

Bravo to Susan Hennessey for highlighting women experts in tech.

James Bond is on Medicare!

A Blessed Ramadan to All

 

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