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Reporting Inventions to Veterans Affairs


The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) employs more than five thousand clinicians and investigators conducting research activities, the majority of which are dually appointed at an academic affiliate. We will discuss how to report inventions when an inventor holds an appointment with the VA and how this might differ from other federal agencies. The presentation will provide background of the VA Technology Transfer Program and short-term goals.

May 08, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

Talent to Technology: Is Entrepreneur Talent the New Patent


As the number of start-ups spun-out of universities increases, so does the rate at which university start-ups fail. Universities that don't find themselves ensconced in entrepreneurial talent-rich pools like Silicon Valley and New York City likely have a problem: the scope of their institution's research is broader than the immediately accessible talent pool of willing entrepreneurs ready to take management roles of start-ups. Further, a majority of their entrepreneurial faculty may not intend to take entrepreneurial leave or take on a full-time start-up executive management role. The answer lies in increasing access to would-be entrepreneurial executives and more acutely matching their experience with start-ups.

April 23, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

How New Supreme Court Rulings Impact Prior Art


In a unanimous decision on Helsinn v. Teva, the Court held that the sale of an invention to a third party, who is required to keep confidentiality, qualifies as prior art under the AIA. This ruling will affect post-AIA patent practice and is expected to have a major impact on prosecution, other court cases, and Patent Trial and Appeal Board proceedings. Join us to learn how it will affect you and pitfalls to avoid.

April 10, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

Foreign Filing Considerations & Strategies for Universities


For many universities, the decision whether to file for patent protection for an invention is multi-faceted and challenging. Not only can these filings be expensive, but many foreign countries have patentability and enforcement challenges that are different than those encountered in the United States. Additionally, drafting claims for the US does mean compliance with the rest of the world. In fact, there may be opportunities overseas for subject matter that are difficult to protect in the US. This webinar will examine the requirements for patenting inventions in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe and Japan and provide practical tips for universities to consider when making strategic filing decisions.

March 27, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

Your TTO - A Place for Makerspace


In this webinar, licensing and entrepreneurship professionals from the University of New Hampshire's UNHInnovation office will share their experiences building a successful Makerspace within a next-generation technology transfer office. They will discuss the UNH philosophy of innovation, why UNHInnovation has chosen to support undergraduate students in this way, how the Makerspace was built, the nuts-and-bolts of operations, the hurdles they needed to clear for success, and how they plan to grow the Makerspace. This webinar is ideal for those interested in fostering a robust entrepreneurial ecosystem by offering a non-traditional technology transfer opportunity.

March 13, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

Inventorship: Let's Help Each Other


It can be frustrating when your researchers don't understand inventorship. It's different from authorship, but what does that mean? How can I be an author and not an inventor? What sort of documentation do I need to support my claims? The questions can be endless and time consuming. A panel of attorneys and tech transfer experts will help those new to the profession find answers, and provide an opportunity for more seasoned professionals to share their favorite (or most hair-raising) stories.

February 26, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

IDEA Center at Notre Dame: A University-Run Venture Builder


The IDEA Center was started in Feb. 2017 to help the University of Notre Dame become a best-in-it's-class player in the translation of innovation and research into solutions that benefit mankind. To that end, the Center was built as a venture builder - an organization providing or accessing all resources needed to advance technologies through the commercialization process. One of the core goals of the Center was to start valuable companies. Utilizing venture building resources, combined with the commercialization engine process and access to the Notre Dame network, the IDEA Center started 27 companies in its first fiscal year of operation. During this session, presenters will showcase the five actions taken by the Center that made an impact in accomplishing Notre Dame's vision. We will also explain the Center's new operational structure, focusing on specialization compared with current structures, and discuss Notre Dame's reasons for starting the IDEA Center, describing current and future sources of funding.

January 15, 2019
$150.00
$225.00

Webinar Audio Recordings Package - 2018

This package includes audio-only recordings from all webinars held in the year 2018. You can listen online or download the recordings and take them to go. Recordings include:

Patenting 101
Communicating the Value of What We Do
Artificial Intelligence and How it Will Impact the TTO
Anatomy of a License
IP Basics for Software Innovations
Triage 101: Assessing Early Stage Innovations
The New Bayh-Dole Rules
Prioritizing Your IP Portfolio
Founders and Initial Equity Distribution for Startups
State Sovereign Immunity and IPRs: What State Universities Need to Know
A Career in Technology Transfer
ABCs of NSF I-Corps
The Economics of Innovation - Why So Few Ideas Become Realized
Structuring Equity License Transactions for Success
Hiring a Licensing Associate: Selecting the Best Candidate
Promoting Partnerships Through Technology Showcases
US Export Controls on Technology: What You Need to Know
TTO Operating in the Red? Now What?
Critical Considerations for Bayh-Dole Compliance
December 31, 2018
$525.00
$725.00

AUDIO ONLY -Critical Considerations for Bayh-Dole Compliance

This is an audio-only, downloadable recording of the webinar described below.

A heightened interest in Bayh-Dole Compliance (BDC) has emerged, giving rise to scrutiny by Federal agencies of recipient entities. High profile requests to enforce compliance, along with changes made to the manner and the content of reporting regulations, have heightened the stakes. The presenters will discuss the challenges that technology transfer offices face today with regard to compliance and how to navigate the new playing field. Attendees will learn how to be compliant under the recently promulgated regulations, who is filing petitions requesting the government to take title to inventions, and what the differing agency views are on US manufacturing requirements.
December 19, 2018
$75.00
$100.00

Critical Considerations for Bayh-Dole Compliance


A heightened interest in Bayh-Dole Compliance (BDC) has emerged, giving rise to scrutiny by Federal agencies of recipient entities. High profile requests to enforce compliance, along with changes made to the manner and the content of reporting regulations, have heightened the stakes. The presenters will discuss the challenges that technology transfer offices face today with regard to compliance and how to navigate the new playing field. Attendees will learn how to be compliant under the recently promulgated regulations, who is filing petitions requesting the government to take title to inventions, and what the differing agency views are on US manufacturing requirements.

12/19/18
December 19, 2018
$150.00
$225.00
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