Milwaukee, Wisconsin (October 9, 2007) – Attorneys Angela Campion and Chad Richter will present, “Legal Entities and Intellectual Property” at Fast Trac New Venture programs held at the UW Milwaukee Small Business Development Center on October 9 and October 18, 2007. The session will cover key legal considerations for standard business entities (sole proprietorship, general partnership, corporation, limited partnership, LLP, and LLC), how to protect intellectual property (patents, trademarks, copyrights, licenses), using an intellectual property attorney, and tips for entrepreneurs to protect proprietary interests.
The Fast Trac New Venture Program is a program sponsored by the School of Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. The program is designed to help participants explore entrepreneurship, develop a business concept, and write a business plan.
O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong S.C. is a full-service legal practice focusing on business law, estate planning, and major complex litigation with offices in Milwaukee, Port Washington, and Sheboygan. The firm was established in 1973 and is now listed as one of the Milwaukee-area’s largest law firms.