Davis Polk is pleased to provide you with the next installment of its Intellectual Property and Tech Transactions Update, a quarterly newsletter that features summaries and analysis of recent developments in intellectual property, data privacy and cybersecurity law. In this issue, we examine some recent federal court decisions in the area of trademark, copyright and patent law, including a recent decision by the First Circuit regarding the rights of a trademark licensee after its license is rejected in connection with the bankruptcy of its licensor. We also examine some recent updates in the area of cybersecurity and data privacy law, including the SEC’s recent interpretive guidance on disclosure of cybersecurity risks and incidents, the US-China Business Council’s recent report on China cybersecurity law and the FTC’s release of its annual report on privacy and data security work in 2017.
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