Event

December 7, 2016Seminar

Legal Educational Series

EDCUtah member Michael Best invites you to the Legal Educational Series for EDCUtah members.

 

Past Presentations

Everyday Intellectual Property
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Presented by: Plymouth D. Nelson and Jeffrey D. Peterson

All types of companies confront intellectual property issues in their daily business activities, whether they relate to managing employee ideas and creations, interactions and contracts with third party partners, advertising their brand or engaging in website and social media activity. This seminar will discuss everyday intellectual property issues and provide strategies you can use to take control of and protect the valuable intellectual property assets of your business.

Recent Employment Law Developments Affecting Utah Employers
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Presented by: Judson D. Stelter

The year 2015 brought a slew of employment law changes at the federal, state and local levels that can impact your workforce, policies and practices. In this seminar, Michael Best attorney Judson D. Stelter will discuss how to adapt and respond to these changes affecting Utah employers.

Trade Secret and Non-Compete and Solicitation Risk Management
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Presented by: Lisa R. Petersen

As the electronic transfer of information has become easier, the temptation for incoming and departing employees to bring proprietary, confidential and trade secret information with them to their new jobs can be irresistible, creating substantial risks. Michael Best attorney Lisa R. Petersen will update attendees on the legal landscape and focus on practical actions and best practices businesses can adopt to protect their goodwill and intellectual property, while at the same time reducing legal exposure.

Clean Air Act Update
Wednesday, May 25, 2016 
Presented by: Todd E. Palmer

Michael Best attorney Todd E. Palmer will provide an update on recent regulatory and litigation developments related to the Clean Air Act that will affect your industry.

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