Womble Carlyle attorneys D.J. Mason and JD Wooten recently discussed “Intellectual Property Protection in Home Furnishings” with students at High Point University.

Mason and Wooten discussed IP law related to the home furnishings industry. They also provided a brief overview of government regulations governing home furnishings.

The April 7th presentation was made to students in Professor Richard Bennington’s Furnishings/Product Merchandising class.

JD Wooten works with Womble Carlyle’s Intellectual Property Group to assist clients in securing and protecting their creative rights in copyright, trademark, and patent matters with a focus on civil litigation and other forms of IP enforcement.