Morning Startup Perth – IP Demystified: IP Basics for Startups
Claire Ramsay from Griffith Hack presents a general overview of IP, helps us understand the different types of IP, and addresses some common mistakes that startups make with respect to IP. Watch the session below.
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Intellectual Property (IP) is one of your main business assets, but it is often poorly understood and badly managed.
There are many different types of IP, each of which protect your business in different ways.
To get value from your IP and minimise the risk of infringement, you need to understand how each type of IP works and manage your IP effectively.
We’re pleased to host Claire Ramsay from Griffith Hack who will present a general overview of IP, help us understand the different types of IP, and address some common mistakes that startups make with respect to IP.
About Claire Ramsay
Claire Ramsay is a Senior Associate in the Perth Office of Griffith Hack. She has over 10 years’ experience as a lawyer, with experience across all aspects of IP law disputes and transactions.
She represents local and international clients from a broad range of industries, including resources & mining, software & ICT, and biotechnology.
Claire has particular experience in contentious IP matters involving allegations of patent, trade mark, copyright and design infringement, misleading and deceptive conduct, passing off and breach of confidential information.
Claire also has commercial experience assisting with the negotiation and preparation of agreements related to IP transactions, such as confidentiality agreements, assignments and licences.
With qualifications in both science and law, Claire’s legal experience before joining Griffith Hack included working as an Associate to the Honourable Justice Susan Crennan in both the Federal Court and High Courts of Australia.