Virtual event |
Gilbert + Tobin
Overview (Program Summary)
The landscape for brand commercialisation is rapidly evolving, both in Australia and internationally. This creates new opportunities for brand monetisation and growth, and also presents legal and commercial challenges as arrangements in this space become more complex. In-house counsel can add substantial value by having a strong grasp of this developing area.
This webinar, hosted by Gilbert + Tobin’s Tech + IP Group, will provide practical tips for in-house counsel on the management and commercialisation of brands, including in the evolving digital landscape. The session will cover:
- how you can build and protect brand value from a legal perspective;
- the interface between brand licensing, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the metaverse; and
- how to future proof your brand licensing and brand protection arrangements.
Anna is a partner in Gilbert + Tobin's Tech + IP Group.
Anna specialises in IP commercialisation and transactions associated with the development of new technologies.
She advises clients across a wide range of sectors including life sciences, FMCG, technology and financial services. Her experience includes IP joint ventures, R&D agreements, patent and technology licensing, brand licensing, and complex IP settlement agreements.
Rebecca is a special counsel in Gilbert + Tobin's Tech + IP Group.
Rebecca acts for a range of Australian and international clients on IP commercialisation, brand protection and IP enforcement matters, with particular expertise in the entertainment, luxury brands, FMCG and new technology sectors. Her experience includes all kinds of commercial IP agreements and licences, joint ventures, IP enforcement strategies and IP litigation.
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