Tim will focus primarily on Insurance/Risk Management related topics. This years' Billboard Touring Conference and Awards will take place on November 9th & 10th at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA.
The panel consists of attorneys who specialize in intellectual property law and discuss various right of publicity, trademark, and copyright issues confronted by athletes and entertainers. Tim specifically focuses on intellectual property issues related to the collegiate student-athlete with an emphasis placed on developing, monetizing, and protecting intellectual property rights.
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Timothy Liam Epstein discusses the NFL's last minute decision to cancel the 2016 annual Hall of Fame Game and the backlash to which it now faces.
During his tenure as the Cardinals’ baseball development director, Christopher Correa hacked into the Houston Astros’ database on several occasions between March 2013 and June 2014. Correa stole Houston’s intellectual property in the form of player evaluations, trade discussions with other teams and scouting reports.
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Timothy EPSTEIN - "Tony Gwynn’s widow and children filed a wrongful death suit in the Superior Court of California San Diego Central Division in May pursuant to Section 377.60(a) of the California Code of Civil Procedure..."
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Timothy EPSTEIN and his wife hosted their sixth Chicago Happy Hour/Silent Auction for Bunkers in Baghdad on Wednesday, June 22 at Ranalli's in Lincoln Park. Tim's wife was sent her first care package from Bunkers in Baghdad during her second tour in Iraq. Tim is also actively involved in charities such as working with VA hospitals and Wounded Warrior Programs.
Timothy EPSTEIN wrote the following article for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin on June 7, 2016 covering the dispute between Edson Arantes do Nascimento "Pele," and Samsung, who used Pele's image without permission.
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