hive@central: Business Law Series - Trademarks and Copyright Basics

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Park Central Library
Park Central Conference Room

Event Details

Copyright provides a way for artists, innovators and other entrepreneurial ventures to protect and monetize their creativity. This workshop, introduces copyright, licensing and copyright infringement. Learn the basics of trademarks, including what a trademark is, how to select a distinctive and federally register-able trademark and the difference between state and federal registration.

Presented by Chris Love, Senior Associate - Kewenvoyouma Law, PLLC.
Chris Love practice focuses on a number of areas, including tribal labor and employment, government relations, corporate governance, policy development and analysis, code development, and constitution reform.

About hive @ central:
hive @ central is a free entrepreneurial resource center located on the 2nd floor of the Burton Barr Central Library. For more information, please visit our hive website or call (602) 262-4636 during our business hours.

Event Type(s): Adult Education, Careers & Business
Age Group(s): Adults

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