Protecting Your Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks May 12, 2021, 10:00am CDT May 12, 2021, 11:00am CDT

Business operations have and will be changing. Many new companies will be starting in the months and years ahead. With these new businesses, entrepreneurs will need to understand different contract provisions relating to business generally, as well as to appreciate related aspects of patents, trademarks, and copyrights. In a COVID-19 era, many established practices and understandings will undergo numerous reconsiderations. This workshop gives participants an overview of the legal aspects of protecting patentable inventions, creating new and exciting brands and slogans, and creating and selling new media. The importance of business resilience as social distancing dominates business practices and a new world order begins to emerge.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Patent lawyer Bill Hulsey established HULSEY PC to apply a highly developed specialty and experience in a broad span of technical fields. HULSEY PC takes great pride in serving emerging growth companies competing in global markets with products and services relating to renewable and sustainable energy technologies, life sciences, electronics, environmental innovations, software, and aerospace technologies.

The Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory has (a) rated Mr. Hulsey “AV-Preeminent“ for the past 10 years, (b) rated him as “AV-Preeminent Judicial Edition” (the highest possible rating), (c) named him a “Top Rated Texas Attorney for Ethics and Legal Ability,” (d) awarded him repeated with their “Client Distinction Award” based on multiple evaluations of his client service and relationships skills, and (e) listed him in their Bar Registry of Preeminent Attorneys. He is listed among The Best Lawyers in America for patent law, and Hulsey PC as one The Best Law Firms in America. Bill has been recognized with a “Top 1% Most Honored Professionals” award by The American Registry.

Bill firmly believes that the privilege of practicing law includes an obligation of continually returning value to the profession and the communities the profession serves. Accordingly, HULSEY PC takes a leading role in the USPTO Inventor Assistance Pro Bono Program, as established by the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act of 2011.

He is a member of the State Bars of Texas, Tennessee and Registered to Practice before the United States Patent & Trademark Office.

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Protecting Your Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks