Klemchuk LLP Partner Kirby Drake to Present Telephone CLE for State Bar of Texas Women and the Law Section

Klemchuk LLP, a leading intellectual property (IP), internet, business, and technology law firm, announces that Kirby Drake, partner, will present a free telephone CLE for the State Bar of Texas Women and the Law Section on Thursday, March 24, 2016 from 10:00am – 11:00am. Drake will speak on “Counseling Clients About the Perils and Pitfalls of Do-It-Yourself IP.” The presentation addresses the woes of do-it-yourself IP, particularly focusing on patents and trademarks. She will discuss some of the most common mistakes made when online legal solutions or other do-it-yourself options are used to attempt to obtain patent or trademark protection. Drake will also provide some tips for getting on the right path either before or after these do-it-yourself options have been utilized.

RSVP is required by March 22, 2016. Click here to reserve your spot. For more information on the Women and the Law Section, visit their website.

Drake’s presentation and blogs about Perils and Pitfalls of Do-It-Yourself IP can be found on our website.

About the Firm:

Klemchuk LLP is a litigation, intellectual property, transactional, and international business law firm dedicated to protecting innovation. The firm provides tailored legal solutions to industries including software, technology, retail, real estate, consumer goods, ecommerce, telecommunications, restaurant, energy, media, and professional services. The firm focuses on serving mid-market companies seeking long-term, value-added relationships with a law firm. Learn more about experiencing law practiced differentlyand our local counselpractice. 

The firm publishes Intellectual Property Trends (latest developments in IP law), Conversations with Innovators (interviews with thought leaders), Leaders in Law (insights from law leaders), Culture Counts (thoughts on law firm culture and business), and Legal Insights (in-depth analysis of IP, litigation, transactional, and international law).


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