Intellectual Property Basics for Nonprofits
October 2, 2013
12:00PM - 1:30PM
This teleconference will provide an overview on the basics of intellectual property law, and will help your nonprofit organization protect its valuable intellectual property assets.
- How does a nonprofit know if an when it has intellectual property rights to be protected?
- How can nonprofits protect their program names, logos, websites, publications and other materials?
- What's the difference between a copyright, a service mark, and a trademark?
- Should you seek Federal or State protection for your intellectual property?
- If a consultant designs our logo, do we own the logo, or does the consultant? What if an employee designs it?
Anna-lisa L. Gallo, Intellectual Property Counsel, BASF Corporation
Registration closes September 27, 2013. Teleconference call-in information will be emailed to the email address provided during registration on or before October 1, 2013. The registration fee is nonrefundable. Please do not hit back or refresh during the registration process. Please contact Marlene Taylor at (973) 240-6955 before resubmitting a registration if you receive an error message.
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