Monday, January 02, 2012

Intellectual Property Legal Issues for Nonprofits and Small Businesses

Come to Schlafly Library Weds. Jan. 18, from noon - 1:30 to hear attorneys from the Community Economic Development Program of LSEM talk about basic intellectual property issues that can have a big impact on nonprofits and small businesses:
  • the differences between copyrights, trademarks, patents, and why it matters
  • how to avoid critical mistakes that could harm your organization
  • protecting your intellectual property from infringement
  • best practices for your programs, print or on-line operations.
Call or e-mail us to register. Bring your lunch, beverages provided.
The Grants & Foundation Center of the St. Louis Public Library,
225 N. Euclid. St. Louis MO 63108
Hours: M - Th. 9am - 9pm, F & Sa 9am -6pm
For more information or to preregister, contact kparks@slpl.o

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