San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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Trademarks and branding play fundamental roles in the success or failure of many startups.
Our speaker will discuss - from a legal perspective - the best practices to employ and the pitfalls to avoid.
Come with your questions and concerns.
6:30 pm to 7:00 pm Check in, Light Refreshments, Networking
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Workshop, Q & A
9:00 pm to 9:30 pm More Q & A, Networking
About Our Speaker:
Nina Borders, Associate, Reed Smith
Nina is an associate in the firm's Intellectual Property Litigation Group, focusing on patent and trademark prosecution and litigation. Nina has represented clients in a wide range of patent, trademark, and trade secret matters in the energy, chemical, pharmaceutical, food, and consumer products industries.
Nina has significant experience with trademark registration and counseling. She also has experience with reexamination proceedings before the Patent Office and oversees domestic and international trademark and patent portfolios for clients in a variety of industries. Nina is a registered patent attorney, and has a broad technical background, with nearly 10 years of business and engineering experience in the food, pharmaceutical, and petroleum industries prior to beginning her legal career with Reed Smith.
If you have questions regarding the content of this workshop, contact Nina Borders at:
In partnership with the Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities, the workshop is being held at Canada College.
Please review the campus map below in advance of the event so you can locate the meeting room seamlessly.
Park in Parking Lot 6. Purchase a parking pass at one of the machines in the parking lot. Parking costs $2 per day. Walk up the hill to the main campus.
Canada Campus Map
The workshop is in Room 2-10 (Building 2, Room 10, behind the campus bookstore).
When & Where
Silicon Valley Startup: Idea to IPO
Entrepreneurship permeates the culture of Silicon Valley -- the innovation capital of the world. Taking a startup from idea to IPO has taken on mythical proportions in Silicon Valley. Many dream the dream, with hopes of launching the "next big thing".
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