The 26th Annual NAPABA Convention will be held in Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ from November 6-9, 2014. We expect to attract over 1,500 APA attorneys, including general counsel of Fortune 1000 companies, federal and state judges, and law professors from across the country. The Convention, themed “Convergence: Collaborating for a Grand Tomorrow,” will feature programing that celebrates the diversity and unity of NAPABA.
On November 7, Michael Kwun will present, "Did My Copyright Get Lost In The Cloud?”
About Michael Kwun
Mr. Kwun’s practice focuses on the legal issues raised by cutting-edge technologies. He has worked on many of the most-watched high-tech cases of the Internet era, both as in-house and outside counsel. He has a natural curiosity about, and affinity for, technology issues and can communicate as effectively with a client's engineers as its lawyers. His in-house experience has given him a deep understanding of the issues confronting clients in the fast-paced world of high technology. Mr. Kwun served as the first in-house litigation counsel for Google, handling all manner of cases, including copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret and other complex litigation. He then served as a senior staff attorney in the intellectual property group at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.