Trademarks and Brands

Diane Plaut

Diane is Global GC and Global Head of HR at Corsearch, responsible for addressing the day-to-day legal matters of the company, putting into place sound legal policies for the company, and creating and implementing best in class Human Resources platforms, systems, policies and practices to help employees achieve success. As a cross-functional business partner and Executive Team member, Diane is committed to supporting all business functions and to the overall strategic direction and expansion plans for Corsearch.

Website: https://information.corsearch.com/en-US/

Email: diane.plaut@corsearch.com

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WEBINAR: What Corsearch Is Doing To Comply With GDPR

by Diane Plaut on Friday, 20 July, 2018

Corsearch would like to invite you to join us for a Webinar Monday, July 23 | 10:00 - 11:00 am (EDT) / 7:00 - 8:00 am (PDT): 
What Corsearch is Doing to Comply with GDPR

Key Takeaways from this webinar include:

  • How GDPR applies to Corsearch
  • How Corsearch takes data protection and privacy very seriously and what we have done and are doing to protect our data

Our featured speaker is:

Diane Plaut
Corsearch General Counsel and Privacy Officer

This webinar has finished, please click here to replay. The password is: CorsearchGDPR18

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Topics: GDPR, webinar

Jack Daniel's Sues Lonehand Whiskey Maker for Trademark and Trade Dress Infringement

by Diane Plaut on Friday, 11 May, 2018

The world of alcohol beverage is an extremely competitive industry and the value and importance of trademarks and trade dress are always being tested in the marketplace as manufacturers spend hundreds of millions of dollars on branding and product design and development. Advertising and marketing of alcohol beverage products is therefore focused on consumer recognition of brand names and product design and packaging, otherwise known as “trade dress.”

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Topics: trademark infringement

Privacy, Data Protection and Electronic Direct Marketing – The Changes Ahead

by Diane Plaut on Friday, 27 April, 2018

As the world prepares for the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on May 25th, the next wave of legal changes in the realm of privacy and data protection comes with the implementation of the ePrivacy Regulation (ePR). The ePR, which has not yet been finalized, will replace the ePrivacy Directive and is expected to be implemented in early 2019. The Regulation, like the GDPR, institutes stiff fines for non-compliance, puts into place stricter enforcement standards and, is a legal act which is immediately enforceable as a law in all member states of the European Union. This law will apply to any business that provides any form of online communication service, uses online tracking technologies or engages in electronic direct marketing. 

The GDPR regulates the processing of personal data by both EU and non-EU organizations. The ePR is intended to complement the GDPR and introduces stricter rules that organizations must follow when sending electronic direct marketing communications and changes the current rules in relation to the use of cookies and similar tracking technologies. 

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Topics: privacy, data protection, GDPR, ePrivacy

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