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New Course Launched To Teach Entrepreneurs & Business Leaders How To Protect Intellectual Property

Spokane, Washington – WEBWIRE

Intellectual property attorney Steven Sponseller launches a new course, “Protecting Your Intellectual Property Masterclass,” to help entrepreneurs and business leaders identify and protect their valuable intellectual property assets. The course is taught in four live sessions by videoconference July 17-August 7, 2018. Topics covered include: identifying intellectual property assets; different types of protection (copyrights, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets); avoiding infringement of others’ intellectual property rights; and securing ownership of company intellectual property.

“Many entrepreneurs and business leaders fail to adequately protect their critical intellectual property assets,” says Steven Sponseller. These assets include articles, books, marketing materials, product names, company logos, business frameworks, inventions, and trade secrets. Sponseller states: “Every business that has been in operation for at least a few weeks has created intellectual property.” For many entrepreneurs and businesses, intellectual property is their most valuable business asset. “Protecting Your Intellectual Property Masterclass” is appropriate for entrepreneurs, authors, speakers, thought leaders, coaches, consultants, and other small- to medium-sized business owners. Additional course details are available at

Steven Sponseller is an intellectual property attorney who helps entrepreneurs and companies build and protect strong intellectual property portfolios. In his more than 20 years as an intellectual property attorney, Sponseller has helped over 1,000 entrepreneurs, inventors, and business leaders identify, develop, and protect innovative ideas. He has been featured in Entrepreneur, The Huffington Post, and other publications.


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