Focus Newsletter - Winter 2014

In this issue:

- On Being “Mid-Sized” and the Future of Law Practice - 2014 Message from the Managing Partner

- Amazing Clients: Broadview Ventures, Inc. - "Pumping Up Promising Treatments for Heart Disease Patients"

- "Low-Cost Borrowing Opportunities for Nonprofits"

- "Protecting the Intellectual Property You Didn't Know You Had"

- Excerpt from Protecting the Intellectual Property You Didn't Know You Had:

Intellectual property (“IP”) protection mechanisms, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets, can help a business maintain a competitive advantage by preventing other entities or former employees from exploiting assets developed by the business. No longer predominantly the domain of universities, high-tech industries and manufacturing-based industries, almost every business has or generates IP assets and may benefit from the available IP protection mechanisms. A basic understanding of IP protection mechanisms can assist with timely identification of potentially protectable assets.

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