Firm Sponsors ACC Northeast Program on Selecting, Protecting, and Enforcing Global Trademarks on December 2, 2009

December 2, 2009

4:00pm -- registration
4:30pm -- program
6:00pm -- networking

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is the Sponsor of the ACC Northeast Program "Selecting, Protecting, and Enforcing Global Trademarks." Susan Glovsky, Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, will be speaking with J. Dana Hubbard from Millipore Corporation on branding and global trademark protection and enforcement.

Branding is critical for building company goodwill, value, and reputation. Gain in-depth insight from industries as disparate as bioprocess and social networking on the development of trademarks to enhance company value and key decisions in global trademark protection.

The program will provide insight on the interplay between in-house counsel and marketing in undertaking a branding initiative and driving key decisions to maximize return on the international trademark protection investment. There will also be a focus on best ongoing practices through cases brought to enforce trademarks and identify the type of information to be prepared to provide to enforce trademarks when there is an infringer.

To register for this event, please visit the ACC Northeast website.

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December 2, 2009

4:00pm -- registration
4:30pm -- program
6:00pm -- networking

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is the Sponsor of the ACC Northeast Program "Selecting, Protecting, and Enforcing Global Trademarks." Susan Glovsky, Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, will be speaking with J. Dana Hubbard from Millipore Corporation on branding and global trademark protection and enforcement.

Branding is critical for building company goodwill, value, and reputation. Gain in-depth insight from industries as disparate as bioprocess and social networking on the development of trademarks to enhance company value and key decisions in global trademark protection.

The program will provide insight on the interplay between in-house counsel and marketing in undertaking a branding initiative and driving key decisions to maximize return on the international trademark protection investment. There will also be a focus on best ongoing practices through cases brought to enforce trademarks and identify the type of information to be prepared to provide to enforce trademarks when there is an infringer.

To register for this event, please visit the ACC Northeast website.

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