Northeast Ohio entrepreneurs are invited to join Hiram College’s Center for Integrated Entrepreneurship for several entrepreneurship workshops this semester. The workshops are designed to encourage members of Hiram College and the community to explore and develop their original ideas
The first of these workshops, Intellectual Property, will take place from 3-5 p.m. on Sept. 26, 2014 in East Hall Forum. Workshops are free for Hiram students, $10 for Hiram alumni and $20 for all others.
Salvatore A. Sidoti ’93, principal of Curatolo Sidoti Co. LPA, will lead the workshop.
Sidoti has experience in all phases of intellectual property law. His practice involves client counseling, patent and trademark procurement, trade secret and dispute resolution. He has experience in the chemical, biochemical, materials science and polymer arts. He also has substantial before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Topics will include:
- Process of intellectual-property development – patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets
- Rules of thumb for determining whether a particular piece of intellectual property is worth the time and expense of protecting.
- Conducting basic patent searches
Future workshops include:
- “So you have an idea; now what?” – Oct. 17, 3-5 p.m., East Hall Forum; presented by Jack Burge, Director of Economic and Entrepreneurial Development, City of Aurora
- “Franchise: Business in a Box” – Nov. 7, 3-5 p.m., East Hall Forum; presented by Jack Warren, Director of Operations, Comfort Keepers
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