A Bloomberg BNA Webinar for Executives and Entrepreneurs
Arlington, Va. (February 13, 2012) - Your intellectual property is important to your company's success. You fully appreciate why you need to invest in critical research and development, and ancillary IP services. But how do you know if the money in your IP budget is being well spent?
Practical Intellectual Property Guidance for Executives and Entrepreneurs, a new webinar from Bloomberg BNA, will provide practical intellectual property guidance for executives and entrepreneurs, and the counsel advising them, with a focus on improving the company's bottom line.
This online event will take place February 16, 2012, from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm, EST.
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Who will benefit from attending this program? As intellectual property is key to the success of many companies, learning practical intellectual property tips is invaluable to in-house counsel and management, including C-level executives and senior managers, of any company, as well as entrepreneurs and independent inventors.
Practical Intellectual Property Guidance for Executives and Entrepreneurs will take place February 16, 2012, from 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm, ET. To register for this webinar and obtain further information about CLE and CPE credits, go to http://www.bna.com/practical-intellectual-property-w12884907376/ or call 800.372.1033, menu Option 6, then Option 1.
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