Intellectual Property for Kids!

Published: December 22, 2020

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Megan Bannigan

Megan Bannigan Debevoise & Plimpton LLP New York, N.Y., USA

David Bernstein

David Bernstein Debevoise & Plimpton LLP New York, N.Y., USA

With families home for the holidays, presenting an opportunity to connect in various ways with household members of all ages, we’re bringing back one of the most-watched episodes of Brand & New: Intellectual Property for Kids!

In this episode, which originally aired on April 28, 2020, Audrey Dauvet uniquely shares hosting responsibilities with Eli, 11, to interview Megan Bannigan and David Bernstein, Partners at the law firm Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, in New York, N.Y., USA. Our guests rise up to the challenge of making an explanation of intellectual property not only accessible to children, but also fun!

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Related Resources

To go further:
About David Bernstein
About Megan Bannigan
About Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Also of interest:
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: page dedicated to kids
World Intellectual Property Organizations:  Publications for Young People
WIPO Youth Corner
International Trademark Association (INTA) Unreal Campaign for young consumers
INTA Study: Gen Z Insights: Brands and Counterfeit Products
INTA Bulletin: India’s Cell for IPR Promotion and Management Launches Intellectual  Property Activity Book for Children
India Cell for IPR Promotion and Management: IPR awareness campaign for schools
National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum
Respect for Trademarks
Respect for Copyright

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