Intellectual property or “IP” is a term used to describe certain types of intangible property. Like other forms of property, such as real estate and personal property, IP can be owned, purchased or transferred. How ownership is determined differs according to the type of IP. This webinar discusses the importance of certainty in ownership of IP, how ownership of IP is entangled with areas of corporate law and employment law, and it defines the key types of IP.
Kimberly A. Berger is a principal at Miller Canfield in its Detroit office. She specializes in domestic and international trademark prosecution and intellectual property litigation, including domain name disputes, trade… Read More
Ada Nielsen is a consultant (PeregrineMaven Group) who analyzes and evaluates market opportunities for start-ups, then develops launch strategies that are practical, tuned to the market, and actionable. These skills… Read More
Eugene Goryunov is a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the Chicago office of Haynes and Boone and an experienced trial lawyer that represents clients in complex patent… Read More
Jim is an attorney at Jump Trading. He focuses on intellectual property and technology law at Jump, providing counsel on a broad range of issues including IP and software licensing, trade… Read More