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2016 Compliance Course

The AUTM 2016 Compliance course is designed for all administrative professionals and others responsible for the compliance-related issues and government reporting within their technology transfer office. This course will provide an in-depth understanding of compliance reporting requirements and explore the critical issues of proper compliance. Speakers of the course will walk through the use of the iEdison online reporting system and discuss the proper reporting of patent filings, co-owned inventions, utilization reporting, sub grants and waivers.
Date:
October 03, 2016
Member Price:
$525.00
Non-Member Price:
$725.00
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2017 Compliance Course

The AUTM 2017 Compliance course is designed for all administrative professionals and others responsible for the compliance-related issues and government reporting within their technology transfer office. This course will provide an in-depth understanding of compliance reporting requirements and explore the critical issues of proper compliance. Speakers of the course will walk through the use of the iEdison online reporting system and discuss the proper reporting of patent filings, co-owned inventions, utilization reporting, sub grants and waivers.
Member Price:
$525.00
Non-Member Price:
$725.00
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A Faster, Easier Way to Create Best-Fit MTA (11/2014)

This workshop will provide an overview of AUTM's new tool to assist universities in transferring research materials. Each of the components of the toolkit will be discussed: the decision tree, which assists with selecting the correct MTA for the transfer, the new AUTM MTA templates for use when existing standards are not appropriate, and best practices for transferring materials between academic institutions.
Date:
November 25, 2014
Member Price:
$0.00
Non-Member Price:
$0.00
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Accessing & Manage SOPs:Intra/Port/Wikis/SharePoint (1/2015)

The benefits of having Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are clear. A key aspect of developing and managing SOPs is determining how these will be accessed, implemented and maintained within an organization. Generally centralized access to information is desired. This webinar will consider alternative vehicles for enabling collaborative content modification and centralized access to SOPs. Factors driving selection of the means will be discussed in relation to implementation and ongoing maintenance of SOPs. The session will include a case study concerning the implementation of SharePoint in a large commercialization office.
Date:
January 01, 2015
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Agreement Compliance: Positioned for Success!

This is a recorded session from 2017's Agreeement Maintenance Course.We all celebrate the signing of a new agreement as a job well done, but living with the deal and the terms of the deal can be a full time job. Whether it is an exclusive license with a company promising to bring your technology to market, or an inter-institutional agreement with the co-owner of your intellectual property rights, how can you be sure that your partners are living up to their end of the deal? This session will focus on agreement compliance, focusing on both financial and non-financial terms. Learn about instituting pre-agreement procedures that enhance post-license compliance; convincing your colleagues that post-licensing compliance requires a "team" approach; and using checklists, correspondence templates, and your databases as tools for enhancing post-license, all while focusing on building and maintaining the relationships with your partners that are essential to getting technology and products to market and creating value.

Date:
November 01, 2017
Member Price:
$75.00
Non-Member Price:
$125.00
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AIA in Practice for Technology Transfer (9/2013)

Join us for a practical discussion on the issues arising from the implementation of the AIA with an emphasis on the technology transfer professional. Learn about specific aspects of the AIA such as determining what constitutes prior art and potential liabilities for technology transfer offices associated with the first to file system.
Date:
September 25, 2013
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Anatomy of a License Agreement (4/2015)

Don't miss this opportunity to learn the fundamentals of "what's under the hood" in an intellectual property license agreement! In this session, you'll find out what experienced university technology licensing professionals have considered the most challenging terms and conditions to negotiate. We'll identify the basic elements of a university technology license agreement and the foundation for inclusion of those terms and conditions. You'll gain an understanding of the relative importance of each term including which might be negotiable and non-negotiable and take away some basic strategies to mitigate concerns.
Date:
April 01, 2015
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Anatomy of a License and Other Agreements

This is a recorded session from 2017's Agreeement Maintenance Course. For attendees who play a role in managing executed license agreements, the ability to read a license agreement and to understand each party's obligations under it is a key skill for doing your job effectively. This session will help attendees understand the obligations - both your institution's and the licensees' - owed under license agreements. Using examples, this session will provide an explanation of the sections and terms of typical license agreements, with attention to those most relevant to administrators. The session will include an interactive discussion of best practices for reporting, invoicing, and calendaring to ensure that your university receives the money, reports, and other obligations due under a license for years to come.

Date:
November 01, 2017
Member Price:
$75.00
Non-Member Price:
$125.00
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