Thu, 28 Oct

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Brisbane Business Hub

Contract and Intellectual Property Law 101

Join Prosper Law’s free masterclass, Contract and Intellectual Property Law 101. Your presenter, Farrah Motley, will show you the tips, tricks and traps of contract and intellectual property law. You’ll gain valuable insight that can help catapult your business to the next level.

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Contract and Intellectual Property Law 101

Time & Location

28 Oct 2021, 9:00 am AEST – 29 Oct 2021, 2:05 am AEST

Brisbane Business Hub, Level 2 / 155 Queen Street, Brisbane City QLD 4000

About the event

A little bit of legal knowledge can go a long way. Navigating the wonderful world of business can be a whole lot easier if you have a solid understanding of the fundamentals. It can help you exploit and maximise commercial opportunities and avoid risks that can put you and your business in hot water.

Join Prosper Law’s free masterclass, Contract and Intellectual Property Law 101. Your presenter, Farrah Motley, will show you the tips, tricks and traps of contract and intellectual property law. You’ll gain valuable insight that can help catapult your business to the next level.

This free masterclass will cover:

Contract Law:

  1. What is a contract
  2. Why a written contract is important
  3. Key contract clauses for any industry
  4. Scope writing
  5. Payment terms

Intellectual Property:

  1. The concept of value in a “brand”
  2. Using your brand to secure a better deal
  3. Identifying and registering your brand
  4. Advertising and licensing
  5. Exploit your brand, not others

About Farrah Motley, Legal Principal, Prosper Law and founder of Contract Law

Farrah is an experienced commercial lawyer with nearly a decade in the legal industry and a passion for providing legal advice that is practical and understandable. Farrah has worked as an employed solicitor for global brands and has forged a reputation for being personable and pragmatic. She has degrees in both law and accounting and has extensively advised corporate clients across Oceania, Asia Pacific, the United Kingdom and the Middle East.

Farrah now runs a boutique, online commercial law firm – Prosper Law. Prosper Law provides fixed-fee legal advice to Australian businesses and is a rising star among new law firms.

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