New perspectives on protecting and licensing creative content.
As professionals working in the creative fields, ideas form the foundation of our business. How we value our creative products, how we license their use, and how those elements fit into our clients’ business strategies and processes create mutual opportunities as well as risks.
SOPA & You: Intellectual Property, Copyrights and Trademarks
is a special program featuring Paul R. Juhasz of The Juhasz Law Firm that will address these issues and more at the IABC/Houston ESIG April 12 meeting.
Changes in technology, societal expectations and business practices affect how we need to address copyright, intellectual property and trademark infringement. The national conversation around the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) has heightened awareness of many issues surrounding our understanding of intellectual property law and use.
The program will address:
The correlation between the value of IP and the extent of linkage between the IP and business strategy of a company.
How trademarks relate to copyrights and what we need to know.
What impact SOPA may have for creative professionals and our clients.
The value of copyright registration.
What is required to make a copyright infringement case viable.
The presentation will be followed by a Q&A, so bring your questions!The luncheon will take place on Thursday, April 12, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at La Griglia, 2002 West Gray, Houston TX 77019.
Speaker Paul R. Juhasz
Intellectual Property Attorney The Juhasz Law Firm About the Speaker Paul R. Juhasz is a leading patent attorney specializing in strategic preparation, prosecution, counseling and monetization, with degrees in electrical engineering and chemical engineering. He is extensively published and an expert on 101 Bilski subject matter and patent exhaustion. His ...
Intellectual Property Attorney
The Juhasz Law Firm
About the Speaker
Paul R. Juhasz
is a leading patent attorney specializing in strategic preparation, prosecution, counseling and monetization, with degrees in electrical engineering and chemical engineering. He is extensively published and an expert on 101 Bilski
subject matter and patent exhaustion. His firm, The Juhasz Law Firm
, recently submitted an amicus brief
to the U.S. Supreme Court on the high profile patent case, Mayo v. Prometheus
Mr.Juhasz formerly served as director Nokia Americas IP, and as Assistant GC, Chief IP Counsel at Symbol, where he chaired a joint defense group of companies in defeating the Lemelson patents. He was a shareholder partner with the Houston law firm of Williams, Morgan, & Amerson and also served in the U.S. Air Force at the Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory as a Captain.
He is a member of the Texas, New York, Washington State and New Jersey Bars, and has been admitted to practice in several federal district courts, the United States Courts of Appeal for the Second Circuit and Federal Circuit, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He is also an advisory board member and a member of various professional associations including the American Corporate Patent Counsel, and a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Ohio.