ANN ARBOR – Diva Tech Talks’ Kathleen Norton-Schock, and Warner Norcross + Judd’s Brian Wassom discuss focusing on Social Media Channels, the law and the First Amendment.

Brian also delves into hot issues that could result in litigation around newer technologies in the future.

Diva Tech Talk is a specialized communication channel highlighting women doing wonderful things in the technology arena by creating podcasts from interviews with successful female individuals in the field and covering various technology events.  It was created to inform and inspire women of all ages to succeed in professional and life missions that are technology-driven.

From executives of technology corporations to scrappy entrepreneurs, women are making a huge impact using technology, and in the technology sector today. Yet, the number of women in technology careers is still much too small.  To communicate the strong value that women bring to the field, Diva Tech Talk features interviews with female technology leaders, and emerging leaders; and highlights issues and trends in technology.

Diva Tech Talk’s goal is to tell the stories of women in technology primarily through podcasts. Dynamic and accomplished women tech leaders get “on the mic” and share their perspective.  Diva Tech Talk also features roundtables on various hot topics in tech.

Our podcasts are available on through the podcast tab or from a full blog article for each episode. We also publish to iTunes, Stitcher, Libsyn, and Sound Cloud. Check out the podcast tab/page for all the different direct source links.

Brian Wassom litigates disputes and counsels clients in a wide range of commercial and intellectual property matters. He has developed a particular focus in matters of creative expression, commercial identity and privacy, which spans the legal doctrines of copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity rights, advertising, journalism and related fields.

A futurist at heart, Brian has become a globally recognized thought leader in the brand-new legal issues raised by augmented reality and other cutting-edge emerging media. He regularly publishes blogs and speaks on these topics to industry groups, legal education seminars and conferences across the country. An accomplished litigator, Brian has achieved victories for his clients in federal and state trial and appeal courts across the country. He was also instrumental in helping launch Michigan’s first “business court,” and remains active in statewide efforts to nurture this new approach to resolving business disputes.

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