Mar 22, 2016
Intellectual property is valuable but how do you protect yours? How do you know if you should protect it or skip it? Can you do it yourself? What is the difference between a trademark, a patent and a copyright? Does your copyright cover you all over the world? Is a copyright implied when you post on social media? What happens if someone violates your IP? How do you license your IP? Do you register your patent, trademark or copyright in your name or your business name?
Know the answers to those questions? If you don't, or even if you think you do, listen in as IP attorney Jason Webb answers those questions and more.
Jason Webb is an intellectual property attorney and the founder of JP Webb. He has a Bachelors of Science degree in Applied Physics and Computational Modeling from Brigham Young University where he assisted in experimental laser physics and cancer research.
Mr. Webb has deep experience in patent, trademark, and copyright law. He has successfully negotiated licensing agreements and settlement agreements for his clients with Fortune 500 companies. www.jpwebb.us for free sample agreements.