Zoom meeting

Intellectual Property in Attractions: A Global View of Rights and Remedies

Event Type: Education
Region: Global
Venue: Online
Member Price: $0 | Nonmember Price: $0
Credit Hour(s): 1

10 a.m. EDT (Global)

Join seasoned Intellectual Property (IP) lawyers from North America, Europe/UK, and China as they discuss the intellectual property rights that manufacturers and suppliers can rely upon to protect their attractions, rides, and content. The panel will provide insights on protection strategies in each region, as well as potential avenues for enforcement of rights in the event of misuse or infringement.
A question-and-answer session will follow the webinar.
The webinar will be presented in English and is free to IAAPA members and non-members; however, registration is required.

Attendees are eligible to earn one continuing education unit (1 CEU) towards IAAPA recertification.


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Jay Yan

Reed Smith

Jay Yan joined the firm in March 2011 and is a partner in the Corporate Group. Jay practises in the areas of cross-border investment, including establishment of wholly foreign owned enterprises, joint ventures, holding companies and regional headquarters, mergers and acquisitions, debt restructuring, financing, intellectual property, real estate, media & entertainment, sports, government affairs, international trade and distributions, import & export control, labor issues, hospitality, general corporate matters, litigation and arbitration, particularly with respect to China and the United States.

Sarah Bruno Head shot

Sarah Bruno

Reed Smith

Sarah is a trusted advisor to companies in the entertainment, technology, beauty, consumer product and health care spaces in the fields of privacy, intellectual property (IP) and advertising. She is routinely evaluating client products and concepts and developing protection strategies, considering how to collect, use and store any data as a result of the launch, and advising on online and offline marketing tactics, including issues involving the metaverse. 

Sarah was named a Top Cyber Lawyer and a Top Intellectual Property Lawyer in California by the Daily Journal in 2018 - 2020. The Daily Journal has also named her among the Top Women Lawyers in California for her work in advertising, intellectual property, and privacy.

Tania Clark

Tania Clark

Partner and Chartered Trade Mark Attorney
Withers & Rogers

Tania is a UK Chartered Trade Mark Attorney and Barrister with over 25 years’ experience in Trade Mark and Design prosecution and enforcement. She is the Past President of the UK Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys and Partner in a major UK IP firm with a diverse range of clients. 

Tania was recognised as an IP Star 2022 by Managing IP and was listed as a Recommended Lawyer in the 2023 editions of The Legal 500 and The Chambers Global Legal Guide. She was also recognised in the 2023 edition of The World Trade Mark Review 1000 for her “sparkling communication skills and adroit management of worldwide filing programmes.”