In-Person Event |
Level 16, 70 Franklin St,
Adelaide SA 5000
Overview (Program Summary)
Piper Alderman is pleased to host a presentation considering the implications of greenwashing and the danger of making misrepresentations when it comes to ESG.
Join Tim O’Callaghan and Travis Shueard for a casual presentation over Italian wine tastings from John Caporaso of Mercato, and the opportunity to raise questions and discussion points among the group.
Guests will be seated for the presentation and wine tastings, commencing at 5:30pm, and welcome to stay and network after the presentation ends at approximately 7pm.
Light refreshments, wine, beer and soft drinks provided.
Tim O'Callaghan, National Deputy Managing Partner, Piper Alderman
Tim O’Callaghan is the Head of Office in Adelaide, and the national Deputy Managing Partner. Tim assists clients in intellectual property protection and portfolio management including filing trade mark applications, oppositions and removal proceedings and manages both the litigious and commercial aspects of intellectual property protection. Tim enjoys helping organisations formulate intellectual property related business strategies and planning and implementing strategies and tactics through special projects.
Travis Shueard, Senior Associate Intellectual Property & Technology, Piper Alderman
Travis Shueard is a Senior Associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology team. Travis works primarily in litigation and dispute resolution, and brings experience in trade mark, patent and copyright disputes in most Australian jurisdictions. He is an experienced commercial litigator and has advised defence contractors, national food and beverage retailers, international mining tools suppliers, financial service providers and SMEs on how to protect their intellectual property rights. Travis is also a currently serving director of the Defence Teaming Centre.
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