The North American Entertainment Law Summit delivers a four day continuing legal education conference, focused on constantly evolving topics within the entertainment, sports, media, and intellectual property law fields. On November 10, 2018, Daliah Saper will once again serve as a panelist at the 30th Annual North American Law Summit. The last few years she has discussed social media law but this year she will join a panel of high profile speakers to discuss the pros and cons of appearing on national news broadcasts. Her session is titled: Legally On TV: On Air Personalities. For more information click here.
Chicago-Kent College of Law's Intellectual Property Law Society hosted Saper Law attorneys Shyla Jones and Aaron Midler for a discussion on Fashion and Law. Shyla and Aaron shared with Kent students the basics of protecting fashion with intellectual property law. Aaron began the presentation with an overview of the classic trademark case Qualitex Co. v. Jacobson Products Co.,where the Supreme Court of the United States determined that color per se is eligible for trademark protection if it is non-functional and serves as a source identifier. Shyla continued the discussion with a review and analysis of both the District Court and 2nd Circuit's competing interpretations of Qualitex and each Continue Reading
On July 24, Saper Law Offices and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce will partner to present a Business Legal Basics seminar. Information below: Need to consult with a lawyer about the legal steps necessary to start a new business, get a trademark, or negotiate a contract, but you're not sure how much it will cost or what the process is? Maybe you just want a second opinion? Saper Law attorneys will provide answers to these questions and more in this fun, free seminar that is sure to be worth your time. To register for the seminar https://www.chicagolandchamber.org/wdk_cc/events/eventDetails.jsp?cc_event_id=c585c41f-c0ac-46d0-a4bd-704d5875955d For more info https://www.nbcchicago.com/blogs/inc-well/Go-to-There-Chicago-Legal-Business-Basics-214601201.html Quick Details Continue Reading
On April 9, 2013, Saper Law Associate, Aaron Midler, lectures at SCORE to new business owners about the importance of trademark registration and related intellectual property issues. SCORE Chicago provides free business counseling, management consulting, and low-cost workshops. LEGAL GUIDANCE FOR YOUR BUSINESS: Tips for Starting and Running Your Small Business This workshop addresses the legal challenges that a small business person confronts when starting and expanding a business. Aaron Midler will explain the difference between trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and patents. Workshop attendees will also learn about the legal implications of social media, ie online defamation, intellectual property infringement, and social media policies. Course Continue Reading
If you missed the September Saper Law Seminar on IP Valuation and Trade Secret Protection, you can view and download Daliah Saper’s presentation below. What is Intellectual Property, and how do I establish such rights? How much is my Intellectual Property worth? What steps must I take to protect my trade secret, copyright, patent, or trademark? Find the answers to these questions and others in the presentation below. Download: September Saper Law Seminar: IP Valuation and Trade Secret Protection Continue Reading
Posted Monday, June 17, 2008 Daliah Saper is this month's Industrial Council of Nearwest Chicago featured guest columnist. In her June 2008 ICN article, she writes about topics in intellectual property law, including trademarks, copyrights, and patents. Daliah explains the advantages entrepreneurs and business owners secure from protecting the value of their intellectual property. The column may be accessed online: https://saperlaw.com/?p=42
Updated May 2017. It is essential for every Software Developer to have a firm grasp of intellectual property rights and how they apply to the Software Industry. Intellectual property is an umbrella term for various types of rights individuals or businesses can have in their names, creative works, and inventions. Software developers need a solid understanding of their rights to develop and protect a brand, ensure exclusive ownership of their creations, and keep their work confidential to create and maintain an advantage in this competitive market. Continue Reading
Intellectual property is an umbrella term for various types of rights an individual or business can have in their names, creative works, and inventions. A firm grasp of intellectual property is important for every entrepreneur – even if you’re not a musician or inventor. An understanding of intellectual property rights can help you protect your business or product name, software, website, logo, invention, and even your customer lists. No matter what type of business you are in, you will come across at least some of the issues discussed below. Continue Reading
Click here to view the Presentation entitled “Intellectual Property Protection of Fashion Designs,” presented by Daliah Saper at the Chicago Bar Association YLS Creative Arts Committee meeting on September 18, 2007.