What’s my IP? Conducting a review of your trade mark and design protection during lockdown
This session aims to help business identify and analyse their IP rights, with an emphasis on trade mark and design rights, during lockdown so that their “house is in order” when business returns to usual.
A review of your business and current IP portfolio could identify gaps in trade mark and design protection, or even areas of excess where cost savings can be made.
The session will also consider IP ownership and how to ensure that you own any content created for your website, social media channels or more traditional advertising outlets, so that if needed you’re able to rely upon these rights against others.
About the Speakers:
Lauren Somers is a UK Chartered Trade Mark and Designs Attorney. She helps businesses from multinationals to start-ups to identify, protect and enforce their intellectual property rights. Lauren is co-chair of the pro-manchester Retail & E-commence committee and has particular experience and expertise advising retailers.
Lee is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney in HGF’s specialist Trade Mark team.
Lee has over 25 years’ experience of the trade mark and design law in the UK and overseas and advises on design and trade mark protection, acting for many of the UKs and world’s leading brands. Lee has commented on IP in many leading newspapers such as the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Financial Times, Sunday Times and The Times and on radio such as BBC Radio4.
Interested In The Event?
If you’re interested in attending, you can book online here.