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Upcoming Brand Names and Trademarks Presentation

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Saturday, September 26th, 2009, 10:30AM
Middleton Library
Room 230-B

Does your business have a unique name, brand or logo that you would like to protect? Attendees will learn about the application process and how to navigate the USPTO website and develop an effective trademark search strategy. Justin Ourso, trademark attorney at Jones Walker Law Firm will present to answer audience questions.

Please email Alexis Carrasquel at acarrasq@lsu.edu
or call 578-4680 to register for the workshop.

You can also register online at:
http://www.lsbdc.org/workshop.aspx?ekey=2290104

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