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How to Collaborate with Federal Labs to Advance Your Success

This webinar will be recorded on April 29, 2020 and will be available within 30 days of the live event. You may pre-order the webinar now.
Federal labs in the United States are a unique resource for the private sector to support technology and innovation advancement. In fact, more than $43 billion (or more than one-third of the federal R&D budget) funds innovation at the nation's more than 300 labs. In this session, we'll focus on the resources available and the strategies needed to get access to the labs. You may not know it, but it is the policy of the federal government that the private sector has access to, and full use of, the results of the lab's work. This means you can license lab innovations, collaborate with lab subject matter experts and have access to technical data, special facilities and more.

April 29, 2020
$150.00
$225.00

Not Your Mother's Biotech Start-Up

This webinar will be recorded on April 14, 2020 and will be available within 30 days of the live event. You may pre-order the webinar now.
Heads are spinning from the many new ways biotech start-ups are being structured. VC's and companies are funding research at universities with the hope that a start-up is formed. Start-up companies are creating new structures to further spin-out start-up companies. And Big Pharma and biotechs are putting together interesting deals. Due to growing interest from faculty and students in starting new companies, universities are increasingly leveraging the research resources to creatively support entrepreneurs and their companies. We'll cover the latest developments, from panelists who view the landscape from different perspectives. We all want our start-ups to be successful. Join this unique online panel to find out how you can help in this constantly changing world.

April 14, 2020
$150.00
$225.00

What Support Can TTOs Provide to Faculty-Driven Startups

This webinar will be recorded on April 9, 2020 and will be available within 30 days of the live event. You may pre-order the webinar now.
In the ever-evolving technology transfer profession, the role of most TTOs have advanced significantly beyond the fundamental activity of filing patents and consummating licenses to companies. Among its many responsibilities, most TTOs now play a significant role in assisting startups as they establish themselves in their formative years. This session will highlight those added roles, provide pertinent examples, and discuss: 1. Helping startups build rapport 2. Understanding your wants, needs and ultimate goal for the business 3. Support in CEO candidate recruitment, and where to find them 4. Setting equity sharing and commercialization expectations 5. Networking and finding finance to build the company 6. Guidance in the event of a "collapse"

April 09, 2020
$150.00
$225.00

Marketing Successful Practices

This webinar will be recorded on April 7, 2020 and will be available within 30 days of the live event. You may pre-order the webinar now.
Having trouble effectively marketing your technologies? Do you even know where to start? Join university tech transfer office marketing profesisonals who are setting the bar for best practices. They'll walk you through an overview of the methods the leaders are using to successfully market technologies and track effectivenes. You'll come away with strategies, models and measurement ideas that you can apply in your tech transfer office. Bring your great questions and best practices to share.

April 07, 2020
$150.00
$225.00


How to Make the Most of the Partnering Sessions at AUTM 2020


Make the most of the networking opportunities at the AUTM Annual Meeting. Join us for an insider's guide to effective partnering at the AUTM 2020 Annual Meeting. This FREE AUTM webinar will help you prepare for the ultimate networking experience in San Diego, CA, March 8-11. Our speakers will share their perspectives on how to make the most of partnering and managing your network at the annual meeting. And yes, they will tell you in their own words what NOT to do when meeting with industry. Join us to find out what to do before, during and after the annual meeting to make it a productive event for you and your colleagues.

February 04, 2020
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$50.00

Tech Transfer Finance: A Beginner's Course


This session provides a high-level overview of the most important issues for anyone new to tech transfer finance. Topics include types of financial accounts, tax burdens, revenue and reimbursements. Also covers strategies for tracking and managing equity, ensuring transactions are accurately reflected by the Finance Office, stumbling blocks that arise when corrections are required, and methods of finding specific transactions in your electronic records or those of your institution.

January 09, 2020
$150.00
$225.00

Sublicensing Income: The Words Still Really Matter


This is a topic for university technology transfer professionals and legal counsel who must think about how to structure license agreements, including sublicensing income provisions, years before an invention may generate income. How an agreement defines sublicense income can determine whether a university receives millions of dollars. This webinar will focus on arguments made in court, how they were received, and how certain provisions create incentives for licensees to avoid paying sublicensing income. You will learn about how specific contract language has been interpreted in the courtroom and about the importance of the license's words. Panelists will also provide their experiences and real-world practical insights into sublicensing income clauses.

December 17, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

Partnering with Non-Profit Funders: Research to Commercializ


This session will cover various intellectual property topics relevant for many non-profits and the research institutions that they fund, including: the non-profit funder's approach to intellectual property; the essential elements of the non-profit funder's intellectual property policy; and partnering with the non-profit funder after an invention has been created. The speakers will discuss National Multiple Sclerosis Society's intellectual property policy as it relates to university technology transfer practices and objectives. Dr. Allegretta will provide his organization's insights and experiences, and Dr. Lu will draw from her experience working with numerous other non-profit funders. Dr. Lu will also describe the work of the Non-Profit Funder Research Institution Partnership, a group of research institutions and non-profit funders whose goal is to establish a framework that encourages long-term effective collaborations between their organizations.

December 05, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

Monetizing & Enforcing Your IP With No Out-of-Pocket Cost


Universities often do not enforce valuable intellectual property claims because of a perceived financial barrier-hiring top-tier legal representation would cost millions of dollars, out-of-pocket. A University may not want to risk that financial downside to pursue a claim that has an uncertain upside. There are two ways, however, that Universities can solve this problem. First, Universities can hire top-tier law firms that represent intellectual property owners on a full contingency basis. These law firms can cover all legal fees and costs associated with an enforcement action. Second, litigation funding sources are eager to fund good intellectual properly enforcement programs. Using a litigation funding source, a University can select a law firm of its choice to enforce its intellectual property, while the outside funding company pays legal fees and costs. This session will cover the nuts and bolts of each approach, the pros and cons, and best practices.

November 21, 2019
$150.00
$225.00
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