PENDING: Protecting Your IP and Using Deeds of Release

PENDING: Protecting Your IP and Using Deeds of Release
1 CPD Non Technical

Protecting your Intellectual Property and using Deeds of Release

22/11/2021 12:00 PM - 13:00 PM ADST



Event overview

Understanding how the Intellectual Property in your designs is protected by law and can be protected by an agreement.

Knowing how and when to use Deeds of Release.

About the Presenter


Andrew Laing

Drew is a Senior Associate with over 16 years’ experience in a range of private practice areas, predominantly in the Estate Planning & Succession and Corporate/Commercial areas (including merger and acquisition transactions). His specific experience includes: complex wills and powers of attorney, trust advice and structuring, personal and business asset protection; general commercial advice and preparing tailored commercial agreements including manufacturing agreements, distribution/supply agreements, licence agreements, service agreements, terms and conditions of trade; franchising, intellectual property licensing, maintenance and support agreements; sports law, including sponsorship, competition licensing and player endorsement agreements; trusts, joint ventures and business structuring arrangements; shareholder, unitholder and partnership agreements and disputes; financial services compliance and general ASIC regulatory compliance; corporate mergers and acquisitions, structuring and advice (involving asset sales, share sales and unit sales), including several major transactions involving international parties; capital raisings for private and ASX listed entities, including ASIC and ASX compliance and disclosure requirements.
Drew holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Canterbury University in New Zealand and was admitted to practice in Victoria in 2005 (admitted to practise in New Zealand in 2000). 

CPD Points: 1 Non Technical CPD point. This will be recorded in Design Matters National Members' CPD Manager within 5 business days following the event.

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