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PPSA and IP rights for IT

  • 21 Aug 2012
  • 18:00
  • Middletons

How the Personal Property Securities Act affects your intellectual property rights

Presented by Richard Winter, Partner, Middletons

The new Personal Property Securities Act (PPSA) is now in force. Introduced in January this year, the PPSA has harmonised the regulation of personal property securities. It now covers a wide range of security interests, many of which did not previously require public registration, including intellectual property rights.

Richard Winter is a partner in Middletons' Banking, Insolvency & Disputes Group and has extensive banking and finance experience, specifically in respect of the PPSA. He is well placed to offer his insights and advice on recognising transactions that may cause security interests to arise.

Richard will:

  • provide you with an understanding of the background and key concepts of the PPSA and explain how it relates to intellectual property rights within the IT industry
  • discuss how the PPSA affects holders of intellectual property rights as well as those who already have or are looking to take security interests in intellectual property rights.
  • outline the steps required to protect your security interests and the consequences of inadequate protection under the new PPSA.

We hope you can join us.

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