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  1. Intellectual Property: LICENSING LAW

    August 19, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM @ TheLab@everett

    Entrepreneurs, innovators, and inventors turn their ideas into products, solutions, and businesses. Understanding Patent Law is a crucial piece of the entrepreneurial puzzle. Speaker J.D. Houvener, USPTO Patent Attorney, founder and CEO of Bold IP, is passionate about educating entrepreneurs on the various ways patent law is used to safeguard and protect a person's original work, processes, and inventions. On Monday, August 19, J.D.'s Intellectual Property talk will focus on Licensing Law. Topic Includes: ? A brief introduction to the key areas of IP: ? Patent ? Trademark ? Copyright ? Trade Secret ? A focus on licensing ? A look at the major provisions of a solid contract: ? grant clause ? geographic scope ? timing ? performance ? royalty negotiations MORE on J.D. Houvener: J.D. Houvener leverages his technical background in engineering and experience in the aerospace industry to provide businesses a unique perspective to their patent needs.

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  1. Veterans History Project Oral Histories

    August 19, 2019, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Auditorium

    Veterans are invited to share their stories of service, bravery, and sacrifice. Veterans' stories will be recorded and preserved for future generations at the Library of Congress through the Veterans History Project (VHP). VHP is an ongoing effort to collect and preserve firsthand stories of wartime service. It contains over 60,000 contributions from United States military veterans from World War I through the present. Anyone can participate and add to the historical record by interviewing a veteran. Community volunteers will receive a brief training on how to conduct and record an interview to document veterans' memories and honor their service to our country.

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  2. Main Library Book Discussion: "The Essex Serpent" by Sarah Perry

    August 19, 2019, 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM @ Main Library

    The unlikely friendship between a scholarly vicar and a canny widow pursuing her interest in natural history sets the stage for this sweeping 19th-century saga of competing belief systems. Stuffed with smarts and storytelling sorcery, this is a work of astonishing breadth and brilliance.

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