Intellectual Property: A Practical Guide to Protecting Your Creativity

CABN Scottish Borders Business Week Event
 
6.30pm - 8.00pm, Monday 7th November 2016
(Registration, teas and coffees from 6.00pm)
Room 205, Tower Mill, Heart of Hawick
Cost £10.00
 

CABN  is delighted to be hosting this event as part of Borders Business Week.   Our speaker, the charismatic and knowledgeable Philip Hannay, is back by popular demand after delivering a great session on Intellectual Property for creatives during last year’s Business Week.   The event has been organised by Giles Etherington, CABN’s Advocate for Business to Business Creative Services, and is open to all creatives who want to know more about protecting their Intellectual Property.

 

Intellectual Property is one of the greatest ‘known unknowns’ for businesses. The Oxford English Dictionary defines ‘Intellectual property’ (IP) as “intangible property that is the result of creativity”. Do you have an invention, idea, creation or trade secret you want to protect? Join us for an introduction to patents, trademarks and copyright and discover some practical steps for protecting your IP.

 

 
 
Philip Hannay     Philip Hannay
 

Philip Hannay is a treble graduate of Kings College, Aberdeen and Managing Director of Cloch Solicitors, a boutique law firm specialising in business law and intellectual property.  Philip founded Cloch in 2011 after a decade in legal practice which led him to become the first lawyer to win the "IP Lawyer of the Year" in consecutive years.  Cloch typically acts for inventors, artists, engineers, software progammers, entrepreneurs, high-growth start-ups and R&D divisions of institutions and mature trading companies which seek "go to" legal support in generating money from ideas and technology.  Philip is also the Industry Associate (Legal) for the Cultural Enterprise Office.
 
 
 
 
This CABN event is part of Scottish Borders Business Week.
 
 
Cost:  £10.00  payable at the door by cash or cheque (made payable to Live Borders)
 
 
To book your place please contact Kay.McCluskey@liveborders1.org.uk or call 01450 360441 no later than 9.00am on Monday 7th November 2016.
 
 
 
Teas and coffees will be provided.
 
 
 
 Cloch Solicitors