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Original Talks: Intellectual Property

Intellectual property (IP) represents ideas or intellect that can be legally owned. Almost every business and entrepreneur has some form of IP that they need to protect.

14 October 2019 by Tanya Milazzi

Original Talks presents Alexandra Shaw from LegalVision joining us from 11:30am at Original Campus.
Experienced in commercial law and international dispute resolution matters, she has continued in the direction of her passion for start-ups and all things creative. Alexandra now works at Legal Vision focusing on Intellectual Property.

LegalVision is a commercial law firm committed to innovation. Bringing together lawyers and technologists to deliver efficient and cost-effective legal solutions for SMEs, startups and corporates. with the mission to do things differently and build the best legal services for businesses and their owners. The people behind this incredible team are a driving force of change and possibilities, opening doors for small business owners to corporate companies. Starting out as a small online legal documents business in 2012, eventually grew to provide legal services directly to clients, and became an established an incorporated legal practice in 2014. LegalVision has been growing ever since and continues to provide useful and easily accessible legal advice to customers. LegalVisions team is made up of growth specialists, technologists, operation specialists and a wide range of lawyers.

Alexandra Shaw is one of the many multi-skilled lawyers working at LegalVision. Her experience started as a Paralegal at a commercial law firm in Melbourne, assisting with commercial law and international dispute resolution matters. Alexandra has also completed a clerkship with KPMG in their R&D Tax team. Today Alexandra’s specialty aligns with her passion for small business focusing on Intellectual Property and working within the disputes and litigation team.

Intellectual property (IP) represents ideas or intellect that can be legally owned. Almost every business and entrepreneur has some form of IP that they need to protect.

Intellectual Property laws allow for the protection of your ideas and unique creations in your business. They’re important for long term financial success and can make you more competitive than your rivals. Alexandra will be explaining the importance of understanding IP and how to stop competitors from copying your most valuable assets.

Schedule it in your calendars because this is an opportunity to ask all your questions on Intellectual Property, a must for anyone starting their own business.

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