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Extracting Enterprise Value From Organizational Creativity

Presentation Date: Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Sponsored by Engineering Society of Detroit.

The securing of creativity by converting it into Intellectual Property provides a significant return on investment.   Like real property, Intellectual Property has tangible monetary value as a business asset and Intellectual Property can be a major contributor to an organization’s net worth.   Unlike real property, however, Intellectual Property also has a significant intangible value that organizations often overlook including the ability to block competitors, dissuade potential market entrants and clear a technological path for future market share; and in branding to illustrate that an organization is both an innovator and a thought leader.

Presenter: Michael Stewart, Fishman Stewart PLLC
Michael Stewart is a founding member of Fishman Stewart PLLC. His practice includes domestic and foreign patent prosecution, e-commerce and information technology, patent opinions, intellectual property litigation, domestic and foreign trademark prosecution, trademark opinions, copyrights, trade secrets, rights of publicity, intellectual property evaluations/due diligence, and negotiating technology rights agreements. His litigation experience includes both trials and oral arguments before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. In addition, Michael has substantial experience managing and administering large intellectual property portfolios.

Webinar attendees can request a certificate of attendance that can be used for eligible continuing education credits based on hours of instruction time.

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