Tips from an Attorney: Trademarks for Small Business (Attend Seated or Online)
The seminar was originally scheduled for 11/12/2019 but has been rescheduled for 11/20/2019 Trademark protection, filed through the Patent and Trademark Office of the U.S. Department of Commerce, is a form of protection that prevents another person from using a brand name to sell the same goods or services. Applied to a manufacturer’s or seller’s products and services to differentiate them in the marketplace, they can be a valuable marketing tool. This seminar will help current and prospective small business owners understand the rules and regulations involving trademarks and how they can protect their intellectual property.
Speaker(s): Attorney Paula Yost - owner of The Country Law Shack
Can’t attend in person but want to attend online? Meeting and access information for this seminar through Zoom will be available upon registration. We highly recommended logging-in to this meet at least five minutes prior to the start time (11:00am). If you have any questions please contact the Stanly Community College Small Business Center at 704-991-0355.
Fee: No Cost