Who: Gail Berritt, Intellectual Property and Licensing Attorney
What: Why Trademarks matter to Inventors
Where: Fairfield University Library, Room 107C
When: Tuesday, November 30, 2010; 7:00 PM. Admission is free.
Why Trademarks matter to Inventors
What makes a strong brand? When to register a mark or rely on common law protection? How to search for existing marks and what to do if you get a cease and desist letter? These questions and more will be addressed by an experienced trademark and patent licensing lawyer.
Gail Berritt has 23 years experience as an intellectual property and licensing attorney at leading law firms in New York and Chicago and at her own firm in Westport, Connecticut. She applies that experience in a cost effective manner to help companies expand their business through marketing, licensing, distribution and other contractual agreements. She assists her clients in managing legal risks in the use and distribution of products and services, whether delivered online or through traditional channels. She also designs strategies for protecting intellectual property, including copyright and trademark registration. Ms. Berritt's clients range from multinational corporations to start-up businesses in a wide range of industries.
Ms. Berritt received her law degree from Brooklyn Law School (magna cum laude) and is licensed to practice law in Connecticut, New York and Illinois. She frequently speaks on intellectual property topics.
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