Intellectual Property - the what, the how and the why
Tuesday, 16 February 2021
12:00PM - 1:00PM AEDT
In a COVID-19 environment, it has never been more important to develop an Intellectual Property strategy to protect & leverage your intangible assets.
Join Grant Thornton’s Sandie Boswell, Partner, Innovation Incentives, and special guests Rob Wulff & David Hughes, Patent Attorneys and Intellectual Property experts, Griffith Hack to discuss:
- Identifying the assets you have (IP Audit)
- Deciding on IP protection (options available)
- The importance of searching (Freedom to Operate and protectability)
- IP ownership – clarity from the outset
- Developing an IP strategy that builds business value
The webinar is hosted by Grant Thornton.
Robert Wulff, Griffith Hack
A registered patent attorney of over 30 years, Robert works with and develops IP strategies for a wide variety of organisations, from small and medium sized Australian businesses to large international corporations. A skilled public speaker, Robert regularly conducts seminars on a wide range of intellectual property issues to universities, industry groups and professional associations throughout Australia.
David Hughes, Griffith Hack
With over 30 years’ experience in IP, David is responsible for many of Griffith Hack’s key clients. His practice focuses on delivering services that provide an integrated lens on IP, focused on understanding the intellectual assets and value drivers of a business to ensure correct alignment on IP rights. His clients range from ASX 100, Government enterprises, multinational organisations and research in technical areas.
Sandra Boswell, Grant Thornton
Sandra has more than 20 years’ experience in the field of R&D Incentives and Government programs both in Australia and the region. Centred on innovation, Sandra assists company’s access the R&D tax incentive program as well as Government grants and direct funding initiatives. Her focus is to help clients maximise and leverage the value of IP created in Australia and offshore.