Protecting and Enforcing your Intellectual Property – Part 3 (Tuesday 17 September 2019)

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Longmores Solicitors, in collaboration with Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce, invite you to this breakfast seminar on the subject of Intellectual Property, the last in a series of three events on this subject.

Having the right type of Intellectual Property protection helps you to stop people stealing or copying:
  • The names of your products or brands
  • Your inventions
  • The design or look of your products
  • Things you write, make or produce

Copyright, patents, designs and trade marks are all types of Intellectual Property (IP) protection which has fast become recognised as a vital part of business. However, it is not always enough for businesses to have IP protection. In order to make the most of their intellectual assets, businesses will occasionally need to take action to enforce their rights. In this session, Rina Sond LLB LDip and John Wiblin of Longmores Solicitors will be covering how IP can be protected and enforced, including:

  • The new copyright regime – what is protected and what is not
  • Database rights – what is a database
  • Passing off and Trademark infringement
  • Remedies for infringement
  • Settlement and Co-existence Agreements

This seminar is best suited to those looking for advice about their intellectual property.

Please book through the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce website

Tel: 01707 502180Email:

Event Date: 17 September 2019 8:00 am – 10:00 amLatest Booking: 13 September 2019 4:00 pm

Member: £10.00 per personNon-member: £15.00 per person

Venue: Hertfordshire Chamber of CommerceMacLaurin Building4 Bishops SquareHatfieldHertfordshireAL10 9NE