With the number of craft breweries now in business, the chances are greater than ever you are going to overlap with other breweries on beer names and other matters related to intellectual property. It is simply an increasingly important legal dynamic any size brewery needs to better understand so you don’t get caught up in an expensive and time-consuming world of cease-and-desist notices and other impacts. Plus how do you protect your own legal interests from other breweries using your intellectual property. Learn the basic strategies of what you need to know to navigate these sometimes challenging waters with Matthew McLaughlin, a lawyer specializing in the craft brewery legal niche. Click here for PDF of the presentation.
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NanoCon Online 2021
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