Legal questions? Register today: Adventures in Intellectual Property Series
Every organization has intellectual property in some form. Social enterprises are no different. In fact, in some cases the social mission of an organization depends upon the ability of the social enterprise to develop, acquire, protect or license intellectual property rights. The key to protecting this valuable asset begins with understanding what types of intellectual property a company may have, what specific rights are involved, and what actions need to be taken to protect those rights.
As part of their continuing series of legal education seminars Swider Medeiros Haver and Portland State University’s Social Innovation Incubator in conjunction with MercyCorps NW are pleased to announce the next series of legal education seminars entitled “Choose Your Own Adventure (In Intellectual Property.)”
This seminar series will cover each basic area of intellectual property beginning with the earliest stage – the idea. Specific intellectual property topics will be covered in three subsequent seminars.
LOCATION: All events are held at MercyCorpsNW from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
REGISTER: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. You can register for each event independently.
The Adventures In Intellectual Property Series at MercyCorps NW
(April through July 2010)
This 4-part series begins with a seminar on identifying the categories of intellectual property in a small business. The first step in developing a strong intellectual property portfolio is to review what you have, or what you can develop. Then you can find the best way to protect it. This seminar will cover each basic area of intellectual property by starting at the earliest stage – the idea. Specific intellectual property topics will be covered in three subsequent seminars. You can register for each seminar independently. For more information or to register for the seminars please contact us at email@example.com.
- Intellectual Property Part 1: Identifying Your Intellectual Property, April 26, 2010.
- Intellectual Property Part 2: Introduction to Patents for Inventors and Entrepreneurs, May 17, 2010.
- Intellectual Property Part 3: Copyright and Copyright Registrations, June 21, 2010.
- Intellectual Property Part 4: Developing, Defending and Enforcing Your Brand, July 2010. Date TBD.
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