One of the most important assets you have as a creator is your intellectual property (IP). Intellectual property can take many forms – from logos to sophisticated inventions. It is important to protect your IP and get your IP strategy right from the get-go.
LegalVision is hosting a free evening workshop to help creators and entrepreneurs with protecting one of your most valuable assets – your IP. At the end of the session, you’ll have a better understanding of how to register your IP, protect your IP and deal with any breaches of your IP. You’ll also get the chance to network with other creators!
Brigit Rubinstein (Practice Leader) and Christopher Mittiga (Practice Leader) will take you through the importance of building a great brand and how to protect your unique work.
Attend the event to grab some free food, drinks and participate in our Q&A.
This free event has limited space – RSVPs are essential.
You’ll learn about:
The different types of IP and how they apply to your business
The different legal mechanisms used to protect your IP (e.g. employment agreements, assignment agreements, non-disclosure agreements, agreements with service providers etc)
What happens if there is a breach of your IP? (i.e. letters of demand, consider copyright enforcement if you’ve invested in legal IP protection.)
Wednesday 2 May 2018:
6:00pm-6:15pm Drinks and Canapes
6:15pm-6:45pm Creating Great Work
6:45pm-7:15pm IP Legal Basics
7:45pm-8:00pm Drinks and Wrap Up
Due to renovations, we regret that wheelchair access is not available for this event; however, the event will be recorded.
Brigit is a Practice Leader at LegalVision and specialises in trade mark and copyright disputes as well as other contentious intellectual property matters. Brigit has had more than 16 years of experience in commercial dispute resolution. Before joining LegalVision, Brigit was a partner at a global law firm in South Africa, where she assisted large corporate clients across a broad range of industries with their offline and online brand enforcement, trade mark and passing off disputes, copyright infringement, and other IP and IT related disputes.
Christopher is a Practice Leader in LegalVision’s Intellectual Property team and acts for a wide range of clients both within Australia and internationally. Prior to joining LegalVision, Christopher worked in Los Angeles for Norton Rose Fulbright, one of the largest law firms globally. Having worked with startups, SMEs and large corporations, Christopher’s experience means that he brings a practical and business-focused approach to achieving a client’s goals.