Protecting Your Idea & Safeguarding Your Business Structure
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ACS Webinars: Your Business and Innovation Series
Time/date: 2 to 3 p.m. ET June 16
Guest speakers: Chris Curfman, with McKeon Meunier, Carlin & Curfman LLC, has an extensive scientific background in chemistry and pharmaceuticals, as a researcher, scientific advisor, patent agent and patent attorney.
Christine P. Bellon, Ph.D., J.D., is vice president of Intellectual Property & Legal Affairs for Hydra Biosciences and is responsible for all legal matters for the company.
For startups and entrepreneurs, intellectual property often is the most valuable asset. How do you safeguard your idea while shopping for investors? How do you work effectively with internal and external counsel? Learn the hot issues surrounding IP and steps you can take to protect your ideas. Join our speakers, Chris Curfman with McKeon Meunier, Carlin & Curfman LLC, and Christine Bellon with Hydra Biosciences, as they share the IP protection strategies from in-house and external counsel perspective.
Engaging Colleagues in Dialogue
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ACS Webinars: Your Professional Growth Series
Time/date: 2 to 3 p.m. ET June 21
Guest speaker: Kathleen Schulz is an ACS Fellow, member of the ACS Board of Directors and has been an ACS volunteer for more than 30 years.
Have you ever had a project go awry, only to learn miscommunication was the cause? Good communication skills can make all the difference in your success as a leader. This webinar will help you improve your communication skills from both sides of the communication exchange: as sender and receiver. Join our speaker, Kathleen Schulz, a chemist and a leadership trainer, as she shows you how to assess and develop your own communication skills.
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