Companies of all sizes understand how their product looks can be just as, if not more, important than what the product does. Accordingly, a great deal of effort is frequently applied to a product’s visual design. This course, presented by Mitchell Feller of Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, P.C., will address how various types of intellectual property can be used to protect the visual aspects of product designs. Topics covered include design patent, trade dress, and copyright protection. IP protection for digital product designs will also be addressed.
Examine how various types of intellectual property can be used to protect the visual aspects of product designs
Discuss how to utilize design patent, trade dress, and copyright protection for protecting product design
Explore the unique aspects of protection for digital product designs
Mitchell Feller is a principal with Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, P.C. Mr. Feller’s practice focuses on patents and related legal areas which involve the development and use of technology, including patent prosecution, offensive and defensive patent portfolio analysis and development, IP risk assessments, product clearance, litigation and strategic IP counseling. Mr. Feller also provides general client counseling related to protection and enforcement of trademarks, copyrights, and other aspects of intellectual property. He regularly works with companies that develop new software applications and is a former computer design engineer.
An excellent overview.
This was one of the best CLE's I have taken in recent years.
Excellent presenter, comprehensive course material. The best course I have taken here.
A good overview.