SEMA eNews Vol. 12, No. 28, July 16, 2009

Internet Symposium: Your Intellectual Property Rights

 Internet Symposium
 Learn how to protect your intellectual property at the SEMA Internet Symposium presented by the Street Performance Council.

It was your idea—how did they steal it?

The horror stories are true. Every business entity from the smallest Mom 'n' Pop to the largest corporation can suffer theft of intellectual property. But Sean Caffin, eBay VERO program manager for eBay Motors, knows how to stop it.

Caffin will present "Your Intellectual Property Rights" at the 2009 SEMA Internet Symposium, Saturday, August 1, sponsored by the SEMA Street Performance Council (SPC). This session will guide attendees in understanding the basics of enforcing trademarks on popular eCommerce websites and will answer questions about trademarks and intellectual property rights.

Anyone who sells products and wants to know how to protect online intellectual property rights will benefit from this seminar.

Register Here.

Early Bird Registration Fees (by July 24, 2009):
SEMA Member—First company employee: $125
SEMA Member—Additional company employee: $99
Non–SEMA Member: $199

Onsite registration Fee (All):
SEMA Members and Non-members: $199

Caffin is one of six online marketing experts slated to speak at this year's Internet Symposium. For more information on all Internet Symposium sessions, speakers and for the complete agenda, visit www.sema.org/InternetSymposium.

The Internet Symposium is part of Leadership Days. For a schedule of all events and an agenda, visit www.sema.org/LeadershipDays.