When you start a business, intellectual property is something to think about from the beginning. You’ve probably heard “Copyright,” “Trademark,” “Trade Secret,” and “Patent” used and maybe even looked them up online. How do you differentiate between each? What’s the governing body of law? How does your intellectual property relate? And once you identify your business’ intellectual property, what steps can you take to protect it?
To answer these questions and more, join Shahed Kader and the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center. Presenter, Shahed Kader, is Managing Attorney at Law Office of K.S. Kader, PLLC. Shahed’s clients range from early stage software startups needing assistance with incorporation, to mid-stage software businesses requiring general counsel services in their day-to-day legal needs, and late and exit-stage companies for one-off projects.”