Protecting Intellectual Property and Electronic Assets
If you work for a company and you build up your Twitter Followers or Facebook friends from the hours of 8am-5pm (or whatever your daily work hours are)…who owns those connections made during those hours?
Are you a small-business owner developing a product that you wish to protect from your competitors? Need to determine if your idea for a company or product name is already taken?
Are you sure you own your creative assets – logo, website, etc. – have the rights been assigned?
If employees are providing content for your blog, or have their own business blog that they update on company time . . . who owns the content?
Your business and your creative assets could be at risk.
Join The Women’s Circuit for our monthly meeting, hosted by the law firm Graydon Head as we discuss protecting intellectual property and electronic assets.
Panel to include attorneys: Eric Okerson, Stacy Cole and Jack Greiner.
Thursday, May 14, 2009
@ Graydon Head – 511 Walnut Street, Cincinnati Ohio 45202
6:00 – 7:30pm
Feel free to bring a friend. Refreshments provided. There is no charge, but we do ask that you RSVP (RSVP@TheWomensCircuit.com)