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Protecting Your Intellectual Property

Protecting Your Intellectual Property

When people consider their assets, they often think in terms of money or tangible objects. And if they're smart, they try to protect those monetary or material assets from damage or theft.

When people consider their assets, they often think in terms of money or tangible objects. And if they're smart, they try to protect those monetary or material assets from damage or theft.

But a speaker's intellectual property is often far more valuable than mere material goods, and they deserve protection also. But how can you protect creations of your mind? Protecting your intellectual property is different from other types of protection, but it's just as necessary.

The sessions that follow will explore the overall concept of protecting your intellectual property, as well as specific ways to implement such protection.