Branding Webinar Series: The purpose and function of trade marks
Did you know a trade mark can be a valuable marketing tool for your business, helping to establish your brand value and build customer trust and loyalty?
Building brand recognition through trade marks such as words, names, logos, shapes and symbols can help distinguish your goods and services from your competitors, ultimately building branding equity within your industry.
Australia’s registered system for trade marks gives the owner exclusive usage rights in relation to the registered goods or services and the ability to authorise others to do so, allowing trade mark protection to be enforceable nationally. But do you know if you need one?
Join us for this free session in our webinar series, providing a practical overview of the purpose and function of trade marks, including:
- What is a trade mark
- Benefits of trade mark registrations
- Key considerations in determining whether you should register your trade mark
Questions will be taken on the day but you can also submit your questions in writing before the session to email@example.com.
A recording of the webinar will be made available to those registered to attend.
About your facilitator:
Michelle Hankey is a solicitor practicing in general commercial law.
Michelle’s experience includes providing advice to clients across a range of commercial and corporate matters, drafting legal documents and commercial contracts, and performing legal research for litigious and non-litigious commercial and corporate matters.
Michelle has a particular interest in intellectual property law. Her experience in this area includes assisting clients to obtain registration of trade marks in Australia and overseas, including filing and responding to objections raised by the Australian Registry, preparing licensing agreements, and performing intellectual property due diligence. Michelle is also undertaking a Graduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Michelle is a member of the Law Society of Western Australia and the Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand.
This event is free for all SBA members and their guests.