- Startup HR Toolkit: Intellectual Property and Trademarks
April 16, 2016
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
“Imagination is more important than knowledge”
– Albert Einstein
If you are a designer, writer, developer, entrepreneur or someone in the creative field, learn how you can protect the output brought by the most valuable asset you have – your IDEAS.
In a nutshell, Intellectual Property or IP refers to any creation or product of the human mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names & images which also has commercial value.
Freelancers, entrepreneurs and small businesses can be particularly vulnerable to intellectual theft if they’re not careful.
Hence, this course to be led by IP expert – Atty. Sarah Suguitan, is designed to gear you up with the necessary knowledge you need to protect your IP rights and prevent any issues that may jeopardize your creative content and products, product names & services.
Even better, we’re offering a special early bird price of only Php 850 for a limited time only!
For small businesses, understanding Intellectual Property (IP) – Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights – is necessary to protect your ideas, products and product names in today’s knowledge economy. This seminar is designed specifically to address the most common IP issues facing entrepreneurs and small businesses. They will cover all aspects of Intellectual Property protection as well as help you understand your IP Rights.
I. What is intellectual property?
II. Forms of IP
- Industrial Designs
- Service Marks
- Layout Designs
- Trade Secrets
III. Significance of IP for Entrepreneurs, Freelancers & Businesses
IV. How to protect your Intellectual Property
V. Case Studies in IP protection
Schedule: April 16, 2016 / 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Venue: UnionBank Plaza Meralco Avenue corner Onyx Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Our Speaker: Atty. Sara Suguitan
Sara Jane Suguitan served as a Supreme Court Attorney and Intellectual Property Rights Specialist with the Department of Trade and Industry Intellectual Property Office.
She also served as an election lawyer and volunteer of the Legal Network for Truthful Elections (Lente), a group of lawyers and paralegals who believe that in order to have honest elections, those who commit violations must be held to answer for their acts and omissions.
Atty. Suguitan started her own law office in April 2012. She specializes in intellectual property and litigation.
She has conducted a number of public outreach programs to NGO’s and end users of the intellectual property system such as small and medium-sized enterprises as well as multinational corporations.
She is a resource speaker for intellectual property matters to DZMM Teleradyo, Superbrands Marketing International, Inc., Filipino International Franchising Association, Animation Council of the Philippines, PI Jazz Fest, Association of Law Students of the Philippines, American Chamber of Commerce. Philippine Press Institute, Business Week Mindanao, De La Salle University, Crop Protection Association of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, Filipinas Copyright Licensing Society, Cultural Center of the Philippines, and National Commission for Culture and the Arts among others.
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Venue: Union Bank Plaza
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