Law of the Internet Author to Chair Practising Law Institute's 'Solving the Legal Issues affecting B2B Transactions' Atlanta Conference

Apr 17, 2001, 01:00 ET from Morris, Manning & Martin LLP

    ATLANTA, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Practising Law Institute's "Solving the
 Legal Issues affecting B2B Transactions" conference will be co-chaired by
 attorney and author F. Lawrence Street.  The conference will be held at the
 Ritz-Carlton Buckhead Hotel on May 21-22, 2001.  Street is the leader of the
 Technology and Intellectual Property Department of Atlanta law firm Morris,
 Manning and Martin, LLP.  He is also the co-author of Law of the Internet,
 which is in its 4th edition for 2001.
     Street will open the conference with a session on the potential pitfalls
 of eCommerce.  He will also moderate other presentations, and serve on an in
 house panel discussion -- Practical Legal Strategies for eCommerce.
 
     Key seminar topics will include:
 
     *  Domestic and international tax strategies for B2B
     *  Cyber Rights:  Adding Value through Intellectual Property
     *  Privacy and Data Protection in the B2B Context
     *  Strategies for eCommerce Litigation
 
     Street's book Law of the Internet describes the quickly changing area of
 Internet law, and is intended for company executives and lawyers involved in
 Internet businesses.  His leadership in the conference will draw on that
 knowledge as well as including up-to-the-minute examples from his experience.
 Morris, Manning and Martin associate Michael R. Greenlee will lead a session
 on Creating and Enforcing Electronic Contracts.  Greenlee is a technology
 lawyer, a licensed patent attorney and an engineer with an extensive
 background in telecommunications.
     The conference will also be held in Washington D.C. at The Marriott at
 Metro Center Hotel on April 23-24, 2001.  Mark Plotkin, of Covington & Burling
 in Washington, D.C. will co-chair the Washington conference.
     The programs in Atlanta and Washington will be of particular interest to
 CEOs, CFOs, and attorneys with some knowledge of Internet-based electronic
 commerce, as well as business advisors with clients who purchase or sell
 products, information or services over the Internet.
     Register online at www.pli.edu or call (800) 260-4PLI.  All registrants
 will receive a copy of PLI's textbook "Solving the Legal Issues Affecting B2B
 Transactions 2001."  PLI is a non-profit continuing legal education
 organization.
 
     Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
     Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP has over 175 lawyers engaged in a
 sophisticated commercial transactional and litigation practice.  The firm
 enjoys national prominence for its role in the technology, real estate,
 corporate financial/securities, insurance and healthcare industries.  Its
 attorneys' abilities to act as advisors to growing companies has helped make
 the firm a regional leader in technology law through its work on IPOs, venture
 capital deals and intellectual property issues.
 
 

SOURCE Morris, Manning & Martin LLP
    ATLANTA, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Practising Law Institute's "Solving the
 Legal Issues affecting B2B Transactions" conference will be co-chaired by
 attorney and author F. Lawrence Street.  The conference will be held at the
 Ritz-Carlton Buckhead Hotel on May 21-22, 2001.  Street is the leader of the
 Technology and Intellectual Property Department of Atlanta law firm Morris,
 Manning and Martin, LLP.  He is also the co-author of Law of the Internet,
 which is in its 4th edition for 2001.
     Street will open the conference with a session on the potential pitfalls
 of eCommerce.  He will also moderate other presentations, and serve on an in
 house panel discussion -- Practical Legal Strategies for eCommerce.
 
     Key seminar topics will include:
 
     *  Domestic and international tax strategies for B2B
     *  Cyber Rights:  Adding Value through Intellectual Property
     *  Privacy and Data Protection in the B2B Context
     *  Strategies for eCommerce Litigation
 
     Street's book Law of the Internet describes the quickly changing area of
 Internet law, and is intended for company executives and lawyers involved in
 Internet businesses.  His leadership in the conference will draw on that
 knowledge as well as including up-to-the-minute examples from his experience.
 Morris, Manning and Martin associate Michael R. Greenlee will lead a session
 on Creating and Enforcing Electronic Contracts.  Greenlee is a technology
 lawyer, a licensed patent attorney and an engineer with an extensive
 background in telecommunications.
     The conference will also be held in Washington D.C. at The Marriott at
 Metro Center Hotel on April 23-24, 2001.  Mark Plotkin, of Covington & Burling
 in Washington, D.C. will co-chair the Washington conference.
     The programs in Atlanta and Washington will be of particular interest to
 CEOs, CFOs, and attorneys with some knowledge of Internet-based electronic
 commerce, as well as business advisors with clients who purchase or sell
 products, information or services over the Internet.
     Register online at www.pli.edu or call (800) 260-4PLI.  All registrants
 will receive a copy of PLI's textbook "Solving the Legal Issues Affecting B2B
 Transactions 2001."  PLI is a non-profit continuing legal education
 organization.
 
     Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
     Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP has over 175 lawyers engaged in a
 sophisticated commercial transactional and litigation practice.  The firm
 enjoys national prominence for its role in the technology, real estate,
 corporate financial/securities, insurance and healthcare industries.  Its
 attorneys' abilities to act as advisors to growing companies has helped make
 the firm a regional leader in technology law through its work on IPOs, venture
 capital deals and intellectual property issues.
 
 SOURCE  Morris, Manning & Martin LLP