Discussing Securing Assets and Innovations in a Remote Economy
June 10, 2020
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Attorneys Amanda Denton and Josh Hallenbeck presented during the State Chamber/AIA - RechARge Arkansas Webinar. Their presentation titled “Going Digital: Securing Assets and Innovations in a Remote Economy” discussed how businesses are developing new ideas and investing in digital assets unlike ever before to meet the demands of this changing market. The pair took a deep dive into the recent issues in protecting data, ideas and inventions and using digital content online.
Denton has more than 15 years of experience representing innovators and creative enterprises with every aspect of doing business in the digital era. She brings her passion for the arts and knowledge of technology industries to each task on behalf of marketing trendsetters, videogame and software developers, FinTech and e-commerce pioneers, major and independent film producers, graphic and visual artists, international fashion brands, sound recording producers and groundbreaking online service providers. For clients with concerns at both national and international levels, Denton offers strategic advice, counseling on the nuts and bolts of managing and operating an enterprise, securing intellectual property rights, negotiating transactions, navigating internet regulations and addressing market barriers abroad. She is fluent in French.
Hallenbeck is a registered patent attorney and dedicates his practice to patents, trademarks, copyrights and other forms of complex intellectual property. With a passion for branding and product development, he offers strategic advice on protecting inventors and small business owners as they move from idea to marketplace. Hallenbeck has prosecuted countless patent and trademark applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”).
About the Arkansas State Chamber and Associated Industries of Arkansas
The Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and Associated Industries of Arkansas are private, non-profit corporations that are totally funded by dues from its members. The State Chamber/AIA offers its members – businesses both large and small – an effective means to improve the business climate in Arkansas. They are a network of companies working together for a lower cost of doing business, fairer taxes, fairer regulations and less regulatory paperwork. Because of this, Arkansas businesses can be sure that its elected officials are listening to what they need to survive and thrive.
About Mitchell Williams
Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C. is a full-service corporate law firm that provides strategic, comprehensive legal services to help clients achieve their goals. Established in 1954, the firm has offices in Little Rock, Rogers and Jonesboro, Arkansas and Austin, Texas. For more information, visit MitchellWilliamsLaw.com.