The next meeting takes place at 7:00 on Wednesday, March 12 in the Honeywell Room at City Hall. The speaker will be Jaimie Bordman.
Intellectual property (copyright, trade-marks, patents) is a subject authors must consider. As a writer, you may not unfairly use others’ work (be it a copyright or trade-mark issue) and you do not want others to unfairly use yours.
If infringements occur, legal ramifications could result. Protect your intellectual property and protect yourself. Jaimie Bordman will guide us through this legal world.
Jaimie Bordman is an associate of Ridout & Maybee LLP in the firm’s Ottawa office. His practice includes the preparation of patent applications primarily for electrical, mechanical and computer related technologies, as well as the prosecution of patent and trade-mark applications and intellectual property litigation.
He graduated in engineering physics at Carleton before studying law at the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy. Jaimie is a member of the Canadian, Ontario, American and New York State bar associations plus the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada. He is also a registered trade-mark agent.