IP Essentials for the Business Lawyer: Know Enough Not to be Dangerous (September 2016) [C16612]

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Seminar Date: September 26, 2016
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This seminar took place on September 26, 2016, in Seattle, WA.
BUSINESS LAW | CORPORATE COUNSEL | GENERAL


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Intellectual Property: Do you know when your clients have it? Does that startup really have an original idea or product? Does that company really have trade secrets that need protecting? Intellectual property refers to a whole bundle of rights, including trademark and trade secret law, copyright, patent, and licensing. Learn the difference between these kinds of IP protection, and what purpose each one serves. Come away with a foundation in IP – and know enough not to be dangerous.


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Copyright Basics
Mark Wittow


Chapter 2: Trademark Basics
Matthew E. Moersfelder


Chapter 3: Patent Law Essentials
Elizabeth Reilly


Chapter 4: When is a Secret a Trade Secret?
Shannon M. Jost


Chapter 5: Rights of Personality and Privacy
Melvyn J. Simburg


Chapter 6: Protection of Product Shapes
Theresa H. Wang


Chapter 7: IP Licensing
Justin L. Moon


Chapter 8: Ethical Issues
Robert J. Carlson


Chapter 9: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 394 pages