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Wired City Reconnected - with Cobbetts LLP:

Cobbetts LLP

Wired City Reconnected is working in partnership with Cobbetts LLP to organise and deliver a series of business networking events aimed at the Digital, Creative and ICT sector.

The focus for these (and future) events is to enhance the network member's legal understanding and try and protect the business's intellectual property.

Leeds Wired City Reconnected Event:

Protecting Your Business's Intellectual Property

The event will commence with a presentation from Emma Roe (Cobbetts LLP):

"Understanding your intellectual property rights is a critical starting point not only to minimising risks for your business, but also to ensure you are making the most of these valuable business assets.
"Emma will introduce you to the different types of intellectual property rights that might be available to your business and how to go about protecting those rights. Being accused of infringing someone else?s rights or trying to defend your own can be an expensive matter, so Emma will also look at practical ways of positioning your business to avoid this type of exposure."

The presentation will be followed by 'collaborative networking' session facilitated by the Wired City Reconnected team.

Cobbetts LLP will be delighted to provide a free, informal legal surgery for your IP issues. Emma Roe, an Associate in Cobbetts' TMTI team will be happy to deal with queries taking no more than 10 minutes, for which no charge will be made. The surgery will be an excellent opportunity to get advice on a 'sounding board' basis. (Please note, all advice will be without legal responsibility)

Book a place or view our other Wired City Events

[ Emma is an associate solicitor in Cobbetts' Technology, Media, Trade and Infrastructure (TMTI) team. With a Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and over eight years experience she has a wide range of intellectual property and information technology, plus wider commercial, experience. She has advised clients across all manner of commercial issues including ICT procurement, outsourcing arrangements, brand and technology exploitation, sponsorship and partnering arrangements, data protection and processing arrangements, intellectual property licensing and information technology matters for both private and public sector clients.]