WEBINAR DETAILS
Date: 26 April 2022
Time: 1:00 PM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION

Worldwide: World IP Day - IP and Youth: Innovating for a Better Future – Trademarks and Copyrights Perspective

Gün + Partners will be celebrating the World IP Day with webinars. Please join us for a fireside chat between Ugur Aktekin and Ashli Weiss Ugurlu. This webinar concentrates on trademarks and copyrights and they will be discussing;

Topics
• How Ashli, as a young and passionate IP lawyer, has used IP as an innovative tool while building her own career 
• How young entrepreneurs shall benefit from IP, in particular trademarks and copyrights, while starting up their businesses
• Technology and IP: Metaverse, NFT and their intersection with trademarks and copyrights
• Q&A

SPEAKERS
Ugur Aktekin

Ugur Aktekin joined Gün + Partners in 1999 and has been a partner since 2003. He is co-chair of the firm’s intellectual property practice and the technology, media and telecom industry practice. Ugur’s Intellectual Property practice focuses on trademarks, designs and copyrights.

Ashli Weiss Ugurlu

Prior to launching Weiss Law LLP, Ashli worked with Fortune 500 companies, including Benefit Cosmetics, Western Digital, Tory Burch, and Louis Vuitton. Today, she’s now advising as an attorney for several businesses that bring innovative products and services to the market. Ashli's committed to supporting the tech industry. She spends her free time working with early-stage companies through 500 Startups and is the Chief Legal Officer for WomenTech Network (an org. with +100K members). Ashli’s regularly featured in globally recognized publications, with her most recent being The Guardian, NBC News, and Nasdaq. For further information please see  www.welawllp.com.

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