Intellectual Property for Startups & BeyondSponsored by Widerman Malek
RoadMap of Events:
|6:00 p.m.||10/21/15||IP intro||Kelly G Swartz||Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Intellectual Property Law but Were Afraid to Ask|
|6:00 p.m.||11/18/15||Operating Agreements||J. Mason Williams||Business Formation: How to Keep a Good Relationship with Your Partners|
|6:00 p.m.||12/16/15||Trademark||USPTO||USPTO speaker on effective trademarks|
|6:00 p.m.||1/20/16||Licensing||Dan Pierron||What to Know When Using Open Source Software|
|6:00 p.m.||2/17/16||Business Agreements||J. Mason Williams||Business Agreements: Keeping Your Growing Company Strong|
|6:00 p.m.||3/16/16||Software Patents||Kelly G Swartz||Should I Patent my Software?|
|6:00 p.m.||4/20/16||Government Contracting||Ed Kinberg||What to Know When Contracting with the Government|
|6:00 p.m.||5/18/16||Compliance||Kelly G Swartz||What governmental regulations apply to my small business?|
When: 6:00 p.m. on 3rd Wednesday of the month
907 E. Strawbridge Ave.
Melbourne, FL 32901
What we’re about…
We believe that you should be focused on growing your business, not worrying about legal issues. That is our job. We are lawyers providing tips and tricks for start-ups and growing businesses. Our TrepHub series will help you identify legal issues before they become problems. We will provide practical solutions for businesses of any size. And we allow plenty of time for discussion of the matters that are important to you.
Is this your cup of tea?
If you have a legal question about your growing business, come join our series. Our speakers are all attorneys with varied backgrounds and loads of experience. We want to help make your business the next best thing.
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Why did you choose this career: I have an undergraduate degree in computer engineering and was working as an engineer for a large company in 2004 when I decided that I would prefer a career path that allowed me to own my own business. After considering several different professions, I decided to attend law school and become a patent attorney. This career change provided me with the opportunity for entrepreneurship. But it also allows me to utilize my problem-solving skills to benefit my clients and puts my engineering degree to good use when I draft electronic- or software- oriented patents.