02 Oct 2015

Yair Cohen Presents at Internet Law Leadership Summit 2015 in Las Vegas

Yair Cohen presents at the Internet Law Leadership Summit

Yair Cohen presents at the Internet Law Leadership Summit

Yair Cohen has been invited to present at the Internet Law Leadership Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada on 19-20 November 2015 at the Aria Resort & Casino hotel.  The Internet Law Leadership Summit brings together the world’s top lawyers whose practices are focused on internet law, social media law. trademark law and reputation law on the Internet.  Yair Cohen’s presentation will include topics relating to UK defamation law, UK harassment law – strategies and practice. This year the presentation will go to the heart of the practicalities of on the new Right to Be Forgotten ruling by the European Court and the opportunities for corroboration between USA attorneys and UK lawyers on internet law related matters.

Yair Cohen is a social media lawyer with Cohen Davis, a firm based in London whose practice is focused on creating groundbreaking court rulings in the area of internet law in the United Kingdom..

Yair Cohen presents at the Internet Law Leadership Summit Las Vegas Yair Cohen presents at the Internet Law Leadership Summit Las Vegas

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