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Social Media, Collaborative Tools, & Your Business
July 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO WEDNESDAY, JULY 20 AT 12:00 PM EST.
Attorneys share what you need to know about the business risks of collaborative tools and social media usage in the workplace.
With the pandemic driving greater need for remote work and virtual collaboration, businesses must understand and manage the potential risks associated with social media and collaborative online tools.
Attorneys Scott Malouf and Aleksandar Nikolic will cover:
- Who owns ideas and how to protect ownership among a distributed team
- Business risks of using collaborative tools (e.g. Google, Adobe) and social media, and how to mitigate them
- Tips you can implement today for good online practices
We will allot time for live Q&A and encourage you to submit questions in advance to email@example.com.
This is a virtual workshop. Details to join via Zoom will be shared with all event registrants.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Scott Malouf is a Social Media Attorney helping litigators, organizations, and individuals navigate the legal challenges of social media. Scott helps litigators turn social media into court-ready evidence, reduce the cost of social media discovery, find evidence in unexpected places, and identify new claims and strategies arising from social media. He also helps organizations and business attorneys create corporate social media policies, practices, and programs that achieve business, compliance, and legal objectives.
Aleksandar (Aleks) Nikolic is an intellectual property attorney and adviser helping clients in all areas of intellectual property law. Aleksandar works with startups and small businesses to help them obtain and commercialize their intellectual assets. His intellectual property law practice includes all aspects of patent, trademark and copyright law. His experience includes patent preparation and prosecution in the mechanical technologies, electrical technologies, medical devices, robotics, computer imaging, power transmission, firearms, and electromechanical devices and systems.