Protecting Intellectual Property
A Familiar Story
Imagine creating something amazing. It’s well made and appreciated by your peers and shared among them. You spend time thinking and rethinking your work, making it better and better only to find someone has stolen your work and now you don’t have any legal claim to your own work because of a thief.
What if I told you that you probably have owned a copy of this stolen work?
Here’s what it looks like:
Don’t believe me? Check out this NY Times article.
How Do I Protect My Work?
Now – you’ve just created something amazing. No matter what it is, you want to share it with the world. What is your next step? How are you going to protect your work, sell your work, or form your business? You have questions that need to be answered and you don’t know where to look or where to go. Maybe you have done some research and feel confident in your work and want advice on what to do next. The Intellectual Property Law Section of the State Bar of New Mexico is having an event specifically for you.
Only one thing is impossible for God, to find any sense in any copyright law on the planet.
– Mark Twain
Free Legal Advice
You’re invited on Saturday November 10, 2018 from 9:00am to 1:00pm at the UNM Law School to attend this free event. Intellectual Property Lawyers like Larry Donahue will be attending to provide free legal advice for inventors, artists, and all creatives. During a 30-minute free consultation, you can get all the information you need to learn how to patent your invention, your brand, trademark, creative works, software code and more. You can also learn how to sell your work, and form a business.