Don’t let a lack of consideration around your trademark sideline your growing food business from reaching its potential. Legal issues around trademarks can be costly and time consuming, not
Don’t let a lack of consideration around your trademark sideline your growing food business from reaching its potential. Legal issues around trademarks can be costly and time consuming, not to mention throw a wrench in your marketing and branding plans. Join Attorney C. Alexander Chiulli from Barton Gilman LLP for a workshop on trademark considerations to gain insight into the importance of trademarks for your business and how to select a trademark that will not only serve your business well, but prevent legal issues down the line.
Bio: C. Alexander Chiulli is a native Rhode Islander and attorney at Barton Gilman LLP, a full service firm with offices in Providence, Boston, and New York. Alex provides legal counsel to individuals, emerging businesses, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions with respect to intellectual property, Internet law, privacy and information law, entrepreneurship, and the First Amendment, as well as education law, general liability, employment, contract, and corporate matters. Alex frequently presents and is published in articles covering issues related to emerging and small business owners. He has been named a New England Super Lawyer Rising Star and is on the Board of Directors of the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities, the Rhode Island Center for the Book, and the Justinian Law Society.
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