Thinking about launching a new tech venture? Learn about how to protect your intellectual capital as presented by a Silicon Valley IP/Patent
About this event
Hosted by NorCal SBDC’s Tech Futures Group
Presented by Patrick Reilly, Esq., IP Society
Trademarks, copyrights and inventions are often the most valuable assets of a tech startup. Some aspects of these assets are protected by Common Law and most are best protected by US Federal registrations, e.g., copyright, patents, and trademark.
In this session, Patrick Reilly of the IP Society will give an overview of various steps of intellectual property strategy in the context of a new venture’s budgetary priorities.
Topics covered will include: IP Rights as a social contract, IP Species (Trademark, Trade Dress, Trade Secrets, Patents, Copyright), IT-enabled Inventions, PCT Patent Timeline, Patent Application, TM Application Checklists and more.
Please join us at this no-charge Tech Futures Group IP Seminar!
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