Protecting Your Intellectual Property

A Complimentary Call with Kendra Brodin, MSW, JD and Kim Gatling, JD Brought to you by

Who is this call for?

Lawyers, entrepreneurs, inventors, business people, and anyone interested in learning
how to protect their intellectual property

What is this call about?

This presentation will include an explanation of the different forms of intellectual property including trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.  I will discuss which types of intellectual property can protect inventions, artistic works, brand names, business secrets, etc., as well as how intellectual property protection is obtained and enforced.  This presentation will be appealing to general lawyers who want to acquire a basic knowledge based of intellectual property as well as people in business who desire to learn how they can protect their company's intellectual property.

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Kendra Brodin, MSW, JD, is Founder and CEO of Kendra Brodin Companies, LLC and, the premier online resource for women lawyers. Kendra’s work focuses on consulting, training, and the creation of products and services with the ultimate goal of helping women lawyers thrive in their legal practices and lives. With a powerful background as a social worker, lawyer, and consultant, Kendra supports women attorneys and their law firms.
Kim Bullock Gatling practices with Smith Moore LLP ( in Greensboro, North Carolina. Ms. Gatling's legal interest is concentrated in the area of patent law.  She prosecutes computer software, business method, electrical, and mechanical patent applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and advises clients on patent infringement issues.  Ms. Gatling’s experiences span a wide variety of technology areas including computer software and hardware, semiconductors, RF technology, and medical devices.  Ms. Gatling also drafts and negotiates intellectual property licenses and advises clients on trademark and copyright issues.