Continental Shifts: International Contracting and IP Strategies Post Brexit
The UK and European Union are currently negotiating Brexit deals. American businesses operating in or trading with the EU should consider a strategy for dealing with Brexit, both to cover the current uncertainties, and to make sure that they do not leave themselves exposed when the UK exits the EU.
In this session, there will be a panel of experienced international lawyers from Gowling WLG (UK) LLP, and Kegler Brown who will discuss the impact on Brexit on US Companies. They will bring you up to date on the more important recent developments and changes to the Brexit landscape, and provide pointers to assist you with your Brexit strategies, with a particular focus on IP, international contracting and financing.
There will be breakfast provided to all attendees.
Following the programing will be a Q+A.
Please register by Monday, May 7, by clicking the RSVP button below or by contacting Korri Titus, [email protected] or (614) 255-5515.
Director + Co-Leader, Global Business Practice
Vinita serves as Co-Leader of the firm's Global Business Practice and is qualified and licensed to practice law in both Ohio and India. She counsels corporate clients regarding a broad range of complex national and international corporate transactions and intellectual property issues.
Director, Gowling WLG
Ed is a director in the Gowling WLG Banking and Finance team specialising in real estate finance, acquisition finance and general corporate banking. Ed advises both lender clients (a range of international clearing banks, private and public sector funds) and corporate clients across a range of sectors, with a particular focus on tech (data centres in particular) and retail.
Principal Associate, Gowling WLG
George is a senior lawyer in the Gowling WLG Intellectual Property team, based in London. He has experience in all aspects of intellectual property enforcement and exploitation, from brand licensing and advertising law advice, to multi-jurisdictional IP litigation. George has particular expertise in dealing with brands disputes and online infringement.
65 E State Street, Suite 1800
Columbus, OH 43215
Parking: There are several options available for parking. We
will reimburse tickets from the Columbus Commons Underground Garage, located at
191 S. 3rd Street and from the Sheraton Valet, which is located on 3rd Street
at the Sheraton Hotel just before the Columbus Commons Underground Garage.
Directions to Underground Garage
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