Sept. 28, 2018: Learn how to not get 'crush'-ed in the marketplace

by Michelle Saport  |   

Learn How Not to Get 'Crush'-ed in the Marketplace Friday, Sept. 28, 10:30 a.m.-noon Rasmuson Hall, Room 101

  • Discover how to leverage intellectual property to succeed.
  • Hear about an illustrative case study involving Candy Crush.
  • Acquire an understanding of how patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets, apply to digital works, and learn about different licensing strategies.

This seminar will be presented by a practicing expert in the field: Charley Brown, who is a partner at Ballard Sphar, a national law firm, and UAA's patent attorney. Mr. Brown is a registered patent attorney with substantial experience in patent prosecution and litigation. His practice encompasses patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret litigation; patent prosecution; client counseling; and opinion work. At Ballard Sphar, he leads the Electrical, Software and Communications Technologies team in the firm's Patent Group and is a member of the IP Litigation Team.

Please RSVP to: Dr. Helena S. Wisniewski Professor of Entrepreneurship, CBPP Fellow, National Academy of Inventors Email: hswisniewski@alaska.edu

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