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 and how ownership of IP is entangled with areas of corporate law and employment law.
Dina Blikshteyn is a counsel in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the New York office of Haynes and Boone. Dina’s practice focuses on post grant proceedings before the U.S.… Read More
Eric Curtin is a Patent, Trademark and Copyright Attorney at Crawford Maunu in St. Paul, MN. Eric’s practice has included the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the electronic, electromechanical,… Read More