Lunch-and-Learn: How to Protect and Enforce Your Creations and Inventions Globally – Valuable Information from USPTO’s IP Attachés.
mHUB is proud to host a group of Intellectual Property (IP) attachés from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, who will discuss the basics of protecting and enforcing one’s creations and inventions abroad, as well as how to avoid the potential pitfalls that may arise. Join us and learn how to navigate foreign IP laws and regulations, work with foreign courts on IP matters and protection and understanding how to protect your IP abroad.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (Central Standard Time)
mHUB Classroom 2
mHUB, West Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL, USA Get Directions
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Based at U.S. missions overseas, IP attachés are U.S. diplomats who work to improve IP systems abroad using their extensive IP knowledge and experience. IP attachés are dedicated to helping U.S. businesses understand and address IP challenges and issues they may face in foreign markets. Attaché services are designed to provide businesses with the information they need to:
- navigate foreign IP laws and regulations,
- work with foreign courts and governments on IP matters, and
- develop strategies and solutions for protecting and enforcing IP abroad.
To learn more about the USPTO IP attaché program, click here.
IP Attaché Program Participants: