What a Copyright Can Protect for your Invention – LIVE!
ALL MEMBERS AND NON MEMBERS
We will learn about the Copyright Office, the basics of what a copyright can protect for your invention, including your patent design, website, instructions, packaging and other intellectual property you can protect.
What’s the differences between a patent, trademark and the advantages of obtaining a copyright? The team from the Copyright Office will share tips, advice and how to file including:
Please join us, everyone is welcome.
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More About Our Guest Speakers:
Jessica Chinnadurai is an Attorney Advisor in the Office of Public Information and Education at the U.S. Copyright Office. She provides internal staff with legal advice and guidance on copyright topics and makes recommendations based on legal research. She also participates in outreach projects focused on educating the public about copyright issues. Jessica received her J.D. from the University of Missouri School of Law.
John A. Saint Amour serves as Assistant Section Head for the Information Section at the U.S. Copyright Office. His role within the Office of Public Information and Education is to collaborate with office leadership by assisting in the section’s goal of fostering diversity in the workplace and promoting the importance of copyright by seeking new, innovative ways to help better serve members of the public. He is invested in the Office’s educational and outreach initiatives as a presenter and subject matter expert for Office events, and trains office staff to provide tours and presentations to a wide variety of visiting groups. In 2018, John received an AIPLA award for excellence in service to the copyright community.
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|Starts||Thursday September 22nd 8pm EST, 5pm PST|