Have you ever wished you could get understandable information about trademarks and copyrights and other legal issues regarding your small business website?\u00a0 For questions such as: Someone is stealing my blog content and images -- what can I do? Or:\u00a0 We have been using a logo for 3 years but have not filed a trademark; can we protect it or did we miss the filing deadline? Or:\u00a0 What's the best way to remember to update your copyright date? We're here to help! We are holding a Twitter chat with an attorney and an experienced Web entrepreneur.\u00a0 You will get the straight scoop on common trademark and copyright questions asked by small businesses about their online presence.\u00a0 Here are the details: WHAT: Online chat using Twitter.\u00a0 These chats are also called tweetchats.\u00a0 (Sounds exotic, but trust me, they're simple events.) WHO: We have two esteemed guest speakers. Brent Britton (@bcjb) is an attorney with experience in Internet-related legal issues.\u00a0 According to his Wikipedia entry he is "firmwide head of the Emerging Business and Technology practice group at the Tampa, Florida, office of GrayRobinson, P.A. He is a recognized expert in laws relating to virtual worlds and online communities, including virtual crime." Brent will provide legal information and answer legal-related questions. Denise O'Berry (@DeniseOberry) is a well known figure in the world of small business.\u00a0 She is author of the book Small Business Cash Flow.\u00a0 Denise is also a long-time Internet marketer and blogger.\u00a0 She's faced the common issues that small businesses face with protecting their online presence. Denise will help field questions, moderate the discussion, and add her perspective from firsthand experience. Save date on your calendar! WHERE: On Twitter.\u00a0 You'll be able to see a record of the chat during and after the event, by using the hashtag #SMBChat page. HOW: There are 3 ways you can participate. Leave a comment below with the question you want answered.\u00a0 Or, tell us about your experience with a copyright or trademark issue and any lessons learned.\u00a0 We'll try to get an answer or discuss your story. Log in to Twitter during the chat to follow the conversation and ask questions.\u00a0 Do a search for the hashtag #SMBchat to follow what others are saying.\u00a0 When you comment, be sure to add the hashtag #SMBchat to your tweets during the event.\u00a0 That's the only way others will know you are part of the conversation. During and after the chat we'll have a checklist of pointers about trademarks and copyrights.\u00a0 Return to the SMBchat page to download it. WHY: Because I like you! SPECIAL BONUS: We have an exciting random drawing for you.\u00a0 Everyone who tweets in the chat or leaves a comment below, will be automatically entered in a random drawing for a chance to win an HP 8500 Officejet Pro Wireless Multifunction Printer/ Copier/ Scanner/ Fax.\u00a0 This printer has a lot of great features for a small business, and I am giving it away to thank HP, who has made this chat possible by sponsoring this site. \u00a0 See it here. DISCLAIMER: This chat is for general information only. It should not be considered legal advice for your individual situation. Update October 7, 2009: This giveaway has ended and the winner has been chosen.\u00a0 Congratulations to Stacey Mayo, our drawing winner! A big "Thank You" goes out to everyone who participated.