About this event
As part of this year’s celebrations, O&M Law LLP, a member of Asiri Africa, has organized a webinar on Intellectual Property (IP) in line with this year’s theme of ‘IP & SMEs: Taking your Ideas to Market’.
In this webinar, the speakers will shed light on the historical development of intellectual property (IP) in Kenya, why every entrepreneur needs to protect their intellectual property, and the various forms of protection. These forms of protection range from copyright, trademarks, utility models, industrial designs, and geographical indications.
The webinar will also outline the requirements for registration of the various forms of protection, their validity, their cost of registration, and the different regulatory bodies involved.
At the end of the session, the attendees will have gained critical knowledge on how they can benefit from intellectual property as well as understand the impact of IP on business growth.
We strongly believe that connecting, networking, and engaging through our networking events can strengthen the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Kenya.
Patrick over more than a decade of handling commercial and corporate matters. Providing counsel through a demanding range of transactions including intellectual property law. He is recognized by the World Trademark Review as a leading expert in the application of Intellectual property Law.
Andrew is an Intellectual Property Law expert with over 10 years of legal experience. He won the Client Choice Award 2019 & is recognized by the World Trademark Review as a leading expert in the application of intellectual property law.
Kevin has a wealth of knowledge in corporate commercial law & has been involved in a number of complex commercial transactions including large cross-border M & A deals as well as advising on complex finance and securitization matters relating to Information Technology and Oil & Gas.
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