Are you worried that the popularity your products gain at the SEMA Show will make them an easy target for counterfeiters? Are you concerned about when and how the artwork you use in your SEMA Show booth may be used? Do you feel lost about what steps you can take to protect your brand(s) before, during, and after the SEMA Show?
Edwin A. Sisson, Attorney at Law, LLC addresses all of these concerns and more in their new blog post “Protecting Your Trademarks and Brand Identifiers at the SEMA Show.”

This third in the Firm’s four-part series on the SEMA Show and Your Business’ Intellectual Assets looks at the important trademark and brand identifier protection issues that exhibitors and attendees should address as part of their SEMA Show planning.

The Firm encourages SEMA Show exhibitors and attendees to review the information provided and incorporate it into their SEMA Show planning. Those seeking more information, or a direct meeting with one of the Firm’s attorneys, can contact Kim Szabo at +1 330 598-1799 or

EAS, LLC is an international intellectual property law firm headquartered in Northeast Ohio. The Firm helps SEMA Members combat counterfeits, protect their brands and inventions, and safeguard sensitive business information in the U.S. and worldwide. Attorneys at the Firm work with their customers as part of their business team to strengthen their competitive advantages. The Firm’s services include trademark registrations, anti-counterfeiting, trade secret protection, patent filing and prosecution, copyrights, licensing, and, of course, enforcement through litigation as a last resort.

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