For many companies, intellectual capital represented in or created by employees are the most important assets of the company. What documents do HR and employment counsel need in place to protect and preserve those assets? What are key intellectual property issues that arise in employee relations? How can companies incentivize innovation in their employees? This interactive dialogue discusses the cross-over between employment and intellectual property law.


  • Michael Droke, Partner, Seattle, Labor and Employment
  • Jennifer Spaith, Partner, Seattle, Intellectual Property 

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**NOTE: Watching this recording does not allow the user to obtain CLE, CPD, CPE or HR credits.