Lunch meeting and webcast on Entrepreneurial Intellectual Property

On Thursday, September 25 Hulsey IP Law and the IC² Institute will host a free lunch event and webinar, “Entrepreneurial Intellectual Property: Essential Early-Stage IP Reasons and Responsibilities.”

When: Thursday, September 25, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM


In person at the IC² Institute, 2815 San Gabriel St. Austin, TX 78705. Registration is required and lunch will be served. To RSVP visit

Online at

Topics: Why protecting IP is crucial to business success, allows an entrepreneur to launch a business, and improves new company valuations. Key steps in setting up company infrastructures to protect, preserve, and account for various inventive discoveries, branding campaigns, and creative works when entering domestic and foreign markets.

Continuing education: Hulsey Calhoun P.C. has requested 1. 5 hours of Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, New York, and California Continuing Legal Education credit (0.50 of ethics) for this event.

Speakers will include:

William N. Hulsey III, Esq., Hulsey Calhoun P.C., IC² Fellow

How the USPTO Reaches Out to Educate Businesses and Inventors in IP for Entrepreneurial Endeavors
Anthony Knight, Associate Commissioner for Innovation Development (Acting), U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

How an Exciting Energy Startup Sees Successful IP Management
Gary Davis, Co-Operating Manager, Brownwood Clay Holdings

A Seasoned Investor, Entrepreneur and Board Chairman Discusses IP
Newt F. Hamlin, Chairman, Texas Multicore Technologies

Effective Startup IP: The View from a Nationally Recognized Incubator Director
Mitch Jacobson, Co-Director, Austin Technology Incubator Clean Energy Portfolio

For more information, see the event flyer.


Posted on

September 22, 2014