The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), San Francisco District Office, and AARP-California, have entered into a collaborative partnership to co-market a series of free classes targeting Encore Entrepreneurs during the month of April.
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Interactive seminar will introduce legal principles and considerations likely to be encountered while converting ideas to assets, requirements and procedures associated with protecting an invention (patent), a work of art (copyrights), and a brand (trademark) and transferring intellectual property rights (either acquiring or conveying ownership or use rights by assignment or license), or dealings with others, such as manufacturers and distributors. Time permitting, enforcing (or defending against) claims of possible infringement will be discussed. This class is being taught by a volunteer instructor and the marketing is made possible by a collaborative partnership between the SBA-SFDO and AARP-California, who are co-marketing a series of free classes targeting Encore Entrepreneurs during the month of April.
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