Intellectual Property Rights: The Power of Intangible Assets

Room: Anacacho

1:50 pm - 3:00 pm

EXIT PLANNING

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SESSION OVERVIEW

Intellectual property rights can transform intangible assets into valuable and exclusive property rights. Those exclusive property rights can create crucial benefits—they can deter or prevent others from using inventions or brand-names; enhance a company’s reputation as an innovator; create barriers to entry; increase access to competitor innovations; and more. Join us to learn about what those rights are and how intellectual property rights are obtained and used.

 


 

MEET THE PRESENTERS

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Meet Katie Laatsch Fink: Recognized as one of Chicago’s most notable women lawyers in 2018, Katie Laatsch Fink represents clients in litigation and provides counseling on a broad range of issues involving patents, trademarks, trade dress, copyrights and trade secrets. She also actively manages the trademark portfolios for several clients — from start-ups to large corporations. Katie counsels clients in protecting trademark rights and procurement of trademark registrations in the U.S. and internationally, and provides client-oriented strategies for coverage of rights. Her representations include a top travel search engine, a popular online restaurant-reservation service, a microphone and audio electronics manufacturer, and a leader of outdoor lifestyle products, among others.

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Meet Tim Rechtien: Tim focuses his practice on intellectual-property litigation and counseling. Leveraging his experience as a former power-technologies engineer, Tim has represented some of the country’s leading innovators, developers, and manufacturers including Fortune 500 companies. Based in Chicago, where he serves as chair of the firm’s litigation committee, Tim is currently on a trial team handling a multi-case patent-infringement dispute for a renowned designer, manufacturer, and seller of merchandise-display systems found on shelves at major retailers across the country. He recently served on trial teams that won a significant trademark-infringement and dilution jury verdict for a prominent convenience-store chain, and successfully enforced patent and trademark rights for a leader in outdoor lifestyle products.

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Continuing Education (CE) Credits

CPE: 1 hours
CFP®: 1 units
CEPA: 1 credits


 

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Attendees will learn the following key takeaways:

  • Hear from experienced intellectual property attorneys about the importance of innovation and brand protection.
  • Learn about the different types of intellectual property rights.
  • Learn about the value of intellectual property rights, including how these property rights enhance the brand and competitive value.
  • Discuss real-world examples of how companies have cultivated and used their intellectual property as they have grown from start-ups into established, global corporations.
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