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Exploring High-Value Patent Sale Transactions (8/2012)

This 90-minute webinar will begin with an overview of recent high-visibility patent sale transactions and an exploration of the factors that are driving the unprecedented valuations. The discussion will include an analysis of multi-billion dollar transactions such as the Nortel patent auction Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility and the AOL-Microsoft-Facebook deal, and where the market might be headed in terms of valuations. Learn why average-price-per-patent figures for completed deals has become the valuation methodology of choice for new deals and why corporate M&A has become an accepted transaction mode for acquiring patent portfolios having strategic value. Experts who have done valuation for these deals as well as contributed toward the deal making will analyze the current market and future trends for patent valuation. Join us for this lively discussion with 3 experts in the field, moderated by AUTM's Vice President for Professional Development, Dipanjan Nag.
Date:
August 15, 2012
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Export Control, MTAs, CDAs, LAs:What You Still Need(10/2014)

This webinar is ideal for university technology transfer professionals and their staff who manage and process Material Transfer Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements and License Agreements and what you especially need to know about export control and why it's important in regard to these agreements. Academic technology managers are becoming increasingly concerned about the implications of heightened compliance rules in the area of export regulations and controls. One area certain to cause confusion and stress is the relationship between export controls and material transfer, confidentiality and license agreements. How big a problem is this? Is it a growing problem? What should technology transfer professionals who manage MTAs, CDAs and LAs know to stay out of trouble? What steps and challenges will university professionals encounter in setting up an effective compliance system? How will the current export controls reform movement affect our profession? Two experts will walk through the issues in a clear and concise way so you will leave the session with the knowledge and tools you need to sleep better at night!
Date:
October 01, 2014
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$150.00
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$190.00
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Fed.Reporting: Bayh-Dole-Are You Out of Compliance (12/2014)

University administrators have the responsibility to ensure that Bayh-Dole compliance is a priority for their institution and being executed correctly and in a timely manner. NIH officials have expressed concern that some universities are not honoring their obligations to report inventions, provide confirmatory licenses, submit utilization reports, etc. and that funding agencies are finding many discrepancies between the numbers of grants awarded and patents issued versus what is being reported. This is a very serious concern and could have an adverse influence on congressional decisions regarding the future of technology transfer or funding at universities that are out of compliance. This webinar will discuss what is expected and what we as institutions need to do to ensure that we are up-to-date with our government reporting before federal agencies and even possibly Congress intervene.
Date:
December 01, 2014
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Federal Award Terms: What Do They Mean For You? (6/2014)

This webinar benefits all audiences including technology transfer professionals and administrative support staff who review federally sponsored research agreements and provide feedback to licensing professionals. This webinar also benefits sponsor research staff who provide awareness of long-term impacts such as negotiations and terms on intellectual property. Technology licensing professionals may need to pay closer attention to federal award terms and conditions negotiated by their sponsored research offices. The Council on Governmental Relations (COGR) and the Association of American Universities (AAU) recently co-authored a report based on data gathered by the Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP). The report documents increased restrictions on publication, information dissemination and access to research projects by foreign nationals in the terms and conditions of research awards to U.S. universities from federal government sponsors.
Date:
June 01, 2014
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Gender in the Global Research Landscape (12/2017)

THIS WEBINAR TO BE RECORDED IN DECEMBER OF 2017. THE RECORDING WILL BE AVAILABLE WITHIN 30 DAYS OF THE LIVE EVENT. YOU MAY PRE-ORDER THE RECORDING HERE. Elsevier recently released a comprehensive report on research performance through a gender lens, called Gender in the Global Research Landscape. This global study draws upon data and analytics, a unique gender disambiguation methodology, and involvement of global experts to provide powerful insight and guidance on gender equality policy for governments, funders and institutions worldwide. Join one of the report's authors, Holly Falk-Krzesinski, to discuss the findings of the report and institutional actions to advance gender balance in research. This webinar is sponsored by the AUTM Womens Inventor Committee (WIC).

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Hosting an AUTM Partnering Forum (3/2017)

Since 2014, AUTM has hosted several Partnering Forums around the country, each focusing on a specific industry. These meetings provide technology transfer professionals from industry and universities a unique opportunity to network in a particular technology sector and explore opportunities to form collaborations in areas such as intellectual property licensing, research and other areas. Does your university have an interest in helping to create such an event? Proposals are welcome from both universities and companies. This webinar discussion will include information on how to host an event and what is required of the host. We will provide insight into factors to consider when putting together a Partnering Forum proposal to help guide you to a successful event.

Date:
March 02, 2017
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How to Choose an Exciting Career Path in Tech Trans (8/2015)

Technology transfer is a field beyond the lab bench. The overall goal of science is to create breakthrough products to help people live a better life. What most people aren't aware of is technology transfer sits at the juncture of scientific research and the end product. This webinar will focus on TTO professionals interested in this exciting field and turning their interest into a career choice: what helps and what doesn't. Presenters will give insight on how they personally transitioned from the lab bench to their first tech transfer job.

Date:
August 20, 2015
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How to Get Things Done: Manage Your Stakeholders (11/2014)

Move your university's ideas from research lab to marketplace more effectively by learning how to identify, assess and manage your key stakeholders. The mix of stakeholders spans from the university's senior administration to industry partners, venture capitalists and politicians. Researchers vary from students to world renowned scientists with interests ranging from scholarly research to industry engagement. How does technology transfer get done when the process involves so many stakeholders with wide-ranging views on how commercialization should take place?
Date:
November 01, 2014
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$150.00
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$190.00
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How to Get Your Institution Up-To-Date in iEdison (5/2014)

Clean up on Aisle 3! How to Get Your Institution Up-To-Date in iEdison This webinar will be invaluable to those involved in the required reporting of inventions that fall under Bayh-Dole into NIH's iEdison database. Anyone interested in getting completely up-to-date on compliance will not want to miss this webinar. One of the most frustrating tasks in the technology transfer office is trying to get your institution up-to-date with all the required reporting into iEdison. There are several challenges for administrative staff. First, you have all of the current inventions to report and keep current. You may also have discovered older inventions from your institution that have not yet been reported in iEdison. Then there are the notification messages that never seem to end. What do you do when you find things related to inventions that should not be in iEdison (i.e., duplicates, improperly reported, etc.)? Additionally, you have messages related to incorrect government support clauses that would take a Certificate of Correction to change and other messages indicating multiple years of utilization reporting now being owed. This webinar will provide the tips you need to begin to get a mess like this cleaned up! You won't want to miss this one!
Date:
May 01, 2014
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$150.00
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$190.00
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How to Learn Tech Transfer w/out Science (3/2016)

Crowdfunding is a developing area of capital raising with wide ranging implications for enterprises from small, to emerging, to mature. We will discuss some of the key developments in the regulatory and industry landscape related to crowdfunding and educate on a must-have lexicon for conversation in the space.

Date:
March 11, 2016
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$150.00
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