Erik Pelton discusses certain positive and less positive aspects of trademark registration on the USPTO Supplemental Register.
Jim Nieters of HP talks about his upcoming presentation at SXSW, "Design-Driven Innovation, How Designers Facilitate the Dialog". This session (12:30 P.M. March 13, 2011 @SXSW/Austin) will show how leading innovation workshops (i.e., collaborative design workshops) not only brings Human Experience Design to the strategy table, but it invents a new table at which strategic ideation and dialog can take place constructively. This Conversation will be held Salon E of the Hilton Hotel located at 500 East 4th Street, Austin, TX.
Larisa Mann, AKA DJ Ripley, talks about issues and dynamics of metadata and digitized music in an interview with Patrick Reilly of the I.P. Society.
Larry Udell of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Licensing Executive Society discusses his career in supporting entrepreneurs and innovation.
Margaret Rosas has been a founder to the Santa Cruz Geeks, Freelance Camp, Hope Foundry, and Santa Cruz's Google Fiber campaign. She is a community advisor to NextSpace and was a founding member of 12seconds, a locally grown Santa Cruz startup. In this interview, Margaret discusses with IP Society's Patrick Reilly how coworking benefits creative workers, and the history of coworking in the community of Santa Cruz, California.
Erik Pelton is the founder of Erik M. Pelton & Associates, PLLC, a boutique trademark law firm in Falls Church, Virginia.
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Ipsociety's interview with Matthew Rappaport of IP Checkups