The Council, (Council) in partnership with McLane Middleton, will present an Intellectual Property Forum on Tuesday, March 22 at 7:30 to 9:00 am at McLane Middleton’s Manchester office, 900 Elm Street. The event, the first of a three-part series, is free and open to anyone interested in intellectual property, protecting a competitive advantage, or the proper steps to take should intellectual property rights be infringed upon.
“Businesses in the tech-sector face a unique set of challenges related to intellectual property,” said Matt Cookson, executive director of the Council. “When McLane Middleton approached the Council about launching this series, it became an obvious way to further support the local tech sector, providing them with an educational opportunity on a complicated subject. We think this series will benefit companies throughout our state by keeping them informed of trends and changes related to IP, legal tips, and solution-based advice from topic experts.”
The March 22 Intellectual Property Forum will be the first of three events that will be offered throughout the year. McLane Middleton will host the morning forums, choosing topics that are unique to the tech sector and providing expert insight and feedback from its Intellectual Property Practice Group. Each event will begin with a half hour of registration and networking followed by a one-hour program covering an issue or question specific to intellectual property and technology. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603.628.1254.