NLI Faculty Presents Intellectual Property Best Practices for Nonprofits
By : nationaladmin May 2018
When and How to Protect Your Great Ideasand Brands
Boca Raton, FL – November 4, 2016
Frank Rodriguez, Esq., will address a Junior League audience about this contemporary
marketing topic that can be applied to any nonprofit business or personal brand.
When you have a great idea or brand name for your new nonprofit program or for a big
fundraiser, should you trademark it, copyright it or just not worry about it?
What can you, or should you, do if someone copies your event name?
When should you protect yourself at the state vs. national level?
This seminar will cover the basics on intellectual property protections, and explore the
differences between service marks, brand names, fictitious names and much more. Bring your
Thursday, November 17, 2016
2:00 – 4:00pm
This is a FREE event!
Junior League of Boca Raton at VCRC
261 NW 13 StreetBocaRaton FL 33432
For more information about the presenter or to schedule an interview, contact:
Raelyn Barlow, President & CEO
National Leadership Institute, Inc.
301 Yamato Rd. Suite #1240Boca Raton, FL 33431
Phone: 561-923- 8909 ext. 101
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: FRANK RODRIGUEZ, ESQ.
Corporate Creations International, Inc. Founder & National Leadership Institute Faculty
Frank A. Rodriguez is Founder, Chairman and Chief Legal Officer of Corporate Creations
International Inc. In addition, he serves on the board of directors of several private companies
including Corporate Creations Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization that provides
financial support to improve educational opportunities for children and to improve their physical
and emotional health.
He is a member of Florida Council of 100, YPO and Tiger 21, which are prestigious networks of
business leaders and high net worth investors. He is a contributing author and editor of the first
edition of Florida Law of Corporations and Business Organizations published by Prentice Hall.
Prior to founding Corporate Creations, he worked as a corporate attorney at the predecessor to
Squire Patton Boggs in West Palm Beach, Florida. He served on the board of directors of
United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
He received his J.D. degree in 1989 from Harvard Law School, and he is a Phi Beta Kappa
graduate of the University of Miami where he received his B.A. degree in Economics.
He is married to his college sweetheart. They have two children. Frank and his family reside in