Significant Intellectual Property Agreements Every Business (and IP) Lawyer Should Be Aware of
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 Export to Your Calendar 10/9/2019
When: 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Live Webinar
United States
Contact: Christy Cronin
515-697-7874


Online registration is available until: 10/9/2019
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A well-written IP-related agreement needs to accomplish two goals for a business: protect the company and protect the company’s intellectual property. There are a number of different agreements at your disposal to address these business goals.

This discussion will include the pros and cons of various IP agreements. The presentation will also address which intellectual property agreements work best and what information is typically included depending on where a company may be in the development process. And, we’ll bring our unique experience as in-house counsel with a global Fortune 500 company to provide keys to look for that may indicate when an IP Agreement should implemented.

SPEAKER
Daniel Blakeslee, Nyemaster Goode PC (view bio)
Todd Van Thomme (view bio)

CLE CREDIT (approved)
1 state hour

REGISTRATION FEES
ISBA Business Law Section Members - $35
Please use promo code business when registering to receive the $35 rate. This code is for ISBA Business Law Section members only. This code is not applicable to YLD Members (Years 1-5) who are members of the section. If you are a current ISBA member and would like to join the Business Law Section, please visit here or contact the ISBA Membership Department at 515-697-7870. Fee to join the section is $20.

ISBA Members - $40
ISBA YLD Members (Years 1-5) - $20
Non-ISBA Members - $55
Law Students - Free

MATERIALS
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Sponsored by The Iowa State Bar Association Business Law Section