Seminar on how to protect your Intellectual Property

Marie Kell, Andrew Jackson

Top Hull law specialist, Andrew Jackson, to host a seminar focusing on Intellectual Property and how you can protect your business.

In the current economic climate it is more important than ever to ensure that you protect your business' intellectual property.

Andrew Jackson’s commercial unit is hosting a seminar which will look at intellectual property (IP) and its relevance to your business. IP exists in all businesses, regardless of size and sector. Your IP rights can exist in many forms including your name and/or logo; your website; in your advertising literature; software and customer database; designs; and inventions. With the right management and exploitation your IP can add significant value to your business, whilst giving you a competitive edge and helping to ensure you avoid any unnecessary disputes.

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Europarc Innovation Centre, Grimsby

5:00pm - Registration

5:30pm - Seminar

6:00pm - Drinks & canapés

This event is free of charge for attending but places are limited.

To reserve your place, please email events@andrewjackson.co.uk or contact Rea Cunningham on 01482 601 281. A confirmation email with directions to the venue will be sent around 7 days before the event.

Photograph: Marie Kell, Partner at Andrew Jackson and Head of Commercial and Intellectual Property Unit.

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