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Posted in: Intellectual Property | Upcoming Events

Apr 5, 2017

Complimentary Webinar: Avoiding the Pitfalls

Join us for a complimentary webinar.

Intellectual Property: Avoiding the Pitfalls

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017

Time: 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. ET


Join our panel of experts as we examine the most common intellectual property mistakes made by entrepreneurs and business owners. Not having an early-stage IP strategy may put your most valuable assets at risk; leave you unable to realize the full potential of your business; result in failure to maximize your return on investment; and inhibit ultimate success.

In this webinar, gain practical advice from our IP and legal professionals as they explore the following:

  • Recognizing the importance of IP
  • Creating a strategic IP plan
  • Identifying potential IP
  • Establishing ownership of IP
  • Maintaining confidentiality of IP
  • Registering IP
  • Performing due diligence
  • The do's & don'ts of the DIY method

Speakers: Ken Clark, Timothy Lowman and Kitt Sinden

Click here to register

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