Listen to Traklight Founder and CEO Mary Juetten on a recent episode of Seyfarth’s “Pathfinders and Pioneers” podcast, discussing her path from CFO to lawyer, how Traklight came to be, and the promise of blockchain in the future of business. You can listen to the episode here.
Check out the latest episode of the Non-Eventcast podcast with Traklight CEO Mary Juetten as she discusses how law firms should be tracking and reporting metrics vital to their business. Listen on Apple Podcasts or on Spotify.
Traklight CEO Mary Juetten profiled Ray Young, RightsLedger and Milio Founder and CEO, about his vision for creator-focused platforms, his journey in building both companies, and what all social media users should know about their content and ownership before they post. You can read the full article on IPWatchdog.com.
If you’re a company as large as Disney, with as much ownership over wide swaths of TV and cinema and other media as they now possess, you’re going to have some fairly frequent IP run-ins. The most recent case making news was the lawsuit brought against the estates of comic creators seeking to prevent them from cancelingContinue reading “Evel Knievel’s Estate Loses Trademark Suit Against Disney”
NFL quarterback Peyton Manning is known for his pre-snap cadence, shouting words like “Omaha!” and “Hurry!” as part of his football theatrics. But can you ever imagine a signal-caller (that’s Peyton, or any other guy under center) barking the word “copyright!” at the line of scrimmage?
Protecting intellectual property is an essential action far too many businesses still don’t realize is more than necessary. Even worse, those same businesses don’t realize the implications beyond hurting their potential for profit. In reminders from IT experts this last year, we see that the theft of intellectual property is starting to make a major impactContinue reading “Help the Economy: Protect the Intellecutal Property in Your Business”
I often wonder why people would choose to stay and work at a startup when they have a choice; when I talk about “people” I talk about the keepers who you definitely know are good and could go and find something to do somewhere else and in virtually all cases, for more money. So thenContinue reading “Why Stay? Life at a Startup”
My cousin and her family were visiting Philadelphia last summer and she was telling me how her good friend, Mary Juetten, founded a start-up that was very cool, very interesting, and that we should connect, quite simply, because we would like each other. Fast-forward two months when Mary visited Philadelphia to speak on Crowdfunding atContinue reading “Cocktails, Dinner, and Intellectual Property”