“IP Law for Content Producers” with Ryan K. Hew

Hawaii Internet Marketers Association

June 2nd 2015 Association Meeting

Check out this months special *PreRegister*

On Tuesday evening, June 2nd, Hawaii Internet Marketers Association (HiMA) proudly presents, “IP Law for Content Producers” from Ryan K. Hew, Attorney at Law. HiMA is honored to have Ryan return to our Association in 2015 with more great and sometimes scary information about the laws for Hawaii’s online businesses. When Ryan speaks, you can see he is truly passionate in educating Hawaii’s business community to ever changing laws of online business and marketing.

Ryan’s key topics will be Trademarks, Copyright, Rights of Publicity, Trade Name, and Domain Name Dispute issues. He will cover in-depth and focus on trademark and copyright issues for people who create content for web use, images, songs, etc. This type of information is great for online marketers who market for themselves as well as for others. Ryan will point out what the licensing issues are and most common copyright infringements to be concerned about, as well as many other issues. He will also discuss the popular topics of licensing and contracting for business people

Ryan K. Hew, is a local attorney who provides transactional and compliance services for small and medium-sized businesses. Some of the services include: entity formation, corporate governance, contract drafting, and licensing with government agencies. When not working directly with clients, he provides informational resources on the benefits of business entities, social media use, marketing and branding issues, B2B relationships, and the legislative process through seminars and his blog. When not at his computer, he can be found dining out at the newest restaurant, watching a movie, or taking his dogs for a walk. ervices include: entity formation, corporate governance, contract drafting, and licensing with government agencies. When not working directly with clients, he provides informational resources on the benefits of business entities, social media use, marketing and branding issues, B2B relationships, and the legislative process through seminars and his blog. When not at his computer, he can be found dining out at the newest restaurant, watching a movie, or taking his dogs for a walk.

Be sure you don’t miss this event with local attorney, Ryan K. Hew!  Seating is limited so reserve your seat today.

HIMA Members: Free

Guest $10 preregister,  $15 at door

*Limited time special- 50% off for first time attendees*

http://bit.ly/IPLawHew

Wednesday, June 2nd 6:30pm-9:00pm

Manoa Innovation Center

2800 Woodlawn Dr.  Training Room #173

Honolulu, HI 96822

 

Please reserve your seat today!


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