| 9.5.2019 |
15:00 - 16:00 Uhr
|White Street 2|
From the agrarian age, through the industrial age, and into the information age, the law is critical to economic success. Those who master the law have the best chance at success.
Many think of traditional intellectual property law (patents, trademarks, and copyrights) as the pinnacle of the law’s role in promoting innovation and ingenuity. That is not true. Traditional IP law focuses on identifying and protecting intellectual property. While that is important, information age leaders must be prepared for “what’s next.”
Lawyers and Law Students need to understand the law’s role in helping them use and exploit their IP to maximum advantage.
In this webinar, Professors from University of New Hampshire School of law, one of the most sought after law school for Intellectual Property Law Program, speaks about what next and how legal professionals can better equip themselves to advice new technologies.
TeilnehmerStudent (m/w/d), Wirtschaftsjurist (m/w/d), Referendar (m/w/d), Diplomjurist (m/w/d), Promotionsstudent (m/w/d), Volljurist (m/w/d)