Attorney Mark Zietlow Presents Brand Building – Doing it Right at Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce
GRAND RAPIDS, MI
– Attorney Mark Zietlow presented
Brand Building – Doing it Right
at the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce on August 10, 2010. The presentation covered how to protect your brand identity and establish a strong brand name to give your brand a leg up on the competition.
Mark H. Zietlow is a member of the Corporate Practice Group and an adjunct member of the Intellectual Property Practice Group in Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids office, where he concentrates his practice in business, corporate and taxation, international transactions, employment law, trademarks and copyrights, construction law, e-commerce, nonprofit organizations, and business litigation.
Zietlow was previously the Legal and Administrative Officer for Robotics International Corporation, Jackson, Michigan. Robotics International Corporation was a high-tech company engaged in design and development of robotics for security, household tasks, and entertainment.
Zietlow earned a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, from Capital University, Columbus, Ohio; Juris Doctor from the Ohio State University College of Law; Master of the Science of Taxation, with distinction, from the Grand Valley State University Seidman School of Business; and Master of Arts, with honors, from the Ohio State University Graduate School of Public Policy and Management.
Zietlow is a lecturer on legal issues for the National Business Institute, Lorman Education Services, Holland Area Chamber of Commerce, Muskegon Chamber of Commerce, and Lakeshore Human Resources Management Association. He serves on boards of directors, advisory committees, and cabinets for both profit and nonprofit organizations. He is currently Chairman of Tulip Time Festival. He has also served on the board of directors for National Child Safety Council, Center for Dispute Resolution, Voluntary Action Center, Child Development Services, and Ottawa County Bar Association.
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