DATE: April 26, 2012
TIME: 10 AM ET (3 PM GMT)
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Your intellectual property (IP) may be one of your most significant assets. But protecting your copyrights and trademarks in a global economy has never presented more challenges. The Internet has created new forms of online infringements. Counterfeiting and piracy are on the rise; and some believe that what is online is free for the taking.
Andrew Berger, counsel at Tannenbaum Helpern, and a leading IP lawyer, in a one-hour webinar on April 26 beginning at 10:00 am ET, will offer guidance about how you can protect your IP across the globe. He will also provide suggestions about how you can monetize your IP through licensing and other business arrangements. This program is especially suited for copyright and trademark owners and holders, distributors, investors, software vendors, researchers, academicians and other interested stakeholders in the IP industry as well as law firm partners, counsels, IP counsel and practitioners based in the US, India, China, South America and other markets.
Andrew Berger graduated from Cornell University and Cornell Law School, and is the past president of the Cornell Law Association.He holds leadership positions in national bar and copyright organizations serving as co-chair of the Copyright Subcommittee of the Intellectual Property Litigation Committee of the ABA and as trustee and a member of the executive committee of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A.
IERG is a professional networking organization that was founded in 1997 for senior business executives with significant international experience. It is the only business organization in which membership is predicated on the global perspective that comes from having held on-the-ground leadership responsibilities outside of one’s home country.
IERG executives are C-level or report to C-level executives and have considerable expertise in one or more function, discipline and region. Members come from a diversity of nationalities, geographies, and functional backgrounds, and represent organizations ranging from Fortune 500 conglomerates to specialized entrepreneurial ventures. Know-how of global markets is the unifying force that ties members together..