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Protecting Trademarks and Copyrights

Date:          Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Time:          12:00 to 1:30 p.m.

Location:    The offices of Gibbel Kraybill & Hess LLP, 2933 Lititz Pike

Interstate commerce, websites, social media and their intersection with intellectual property (IP) make branding (i.e., trademarks) and created content (i.e., copyrights) more important than ever. Proactive businesses and nonprofits choose to take specific steps to protect their IP, and defend against allegations of trademark or copyright infringement. Those leaders create, develop, register, enforce and otherwise maintain their IP, but also understand the risks of potentially infringing others’ IP. GKH attorneys Peter Kraybill, Jonna Stratton and Angelo Fiorentino will cover a case study of current IP protection efforts, focusing on trademarks and copyrights. They will answer:

  • What are the types of IP?
  • How are trademarks or copyrights acquired?
  • Why protect, register and enforce trademarks and copyrights? How is this done?

A light lunch is included.

To register, call 717.291.1700 or email