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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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$190.00
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How TTOs Can Leverage SBIR/STTR (11/2012)

Finding money on campus to mature university technologies to the point industry becomes interested is always difficult, as is finding seed money for spin-outs. One of the first places technology transfer offices think of when looking for such funds is the U.S. government's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. In this webinar, which is free to AUTM members, Phyl Speser, AUTM's Vice President for Membership Western Hemisphere, will share insider's tips on how AUTM members in the United States and abroad can use this $1B+ federal research and development program to better meet technology transfer objectives. Speser authored and was the lead lobbyist for the law establishing SBIR government-wide. He was invited to the White House by President Ronald W. Reagan for the bill signing ceremony. Subsequently, Speser won Phase I and II awards in artificial intelligence applied to commercialization, all of which were commercialized. Speser has run SBIR/STTR commercialization support programs for the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Energy, Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Standards and Technology and Department of Transportation, as well as several state agencies, defense prime contractors and individual small companies. His company, Foresight Science & Technology Inc., has supported several thousand SBIR companies under these contacts and managed the National SBIR Conference for 18 years.
Date:
November 15, 2012
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$190.00
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Implement License Agreement Compliance (8/2013)

Technology transfer offices are realizing the importance of a dedicated compliance function in their offices but the challenge is deciding on the best method to set up and initiate an effective compliance function. Then there are the stale licenses that haven't been heard from since they were signed in 2001! The webinar will cover various approaches including practical every day in-office procedures to verifying compliance with license agreement terms and conditions specifically focusing on financial and informational reporting and payments. Learn which agreements to tackle first and how to maximize returns from the compliance program. Discuss various approaches to conducting licensee audits - beginning with desk audits to full on-site royalty audits. Panel members will recount their experiences of using both the internal audit departments at their institutions as well as utilizing third party royalty audit firms. We will compare the costs and benefits of each approach by sharing examples and anecdotes to illustrate the theory, practical tools and techniques employed, assurance provided at each level, and the lessons learned that improve licensee relationships and shape future license negotiations.
Date:
August 20, 2013
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$150.00
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$190.00
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Insiders Guide Effective Partnering w/ AUTM Connect (1/2016)

Join this FREE webinar and learn effective partnering using AUTM Connect to help you prepare for the ultimate networking experience in San Diego, CA February 14-17. Our speaker will demonstrate all the bells and whistles of the AUTM Connect system available to attendees of the AUTM 2016 Annual Meeting. Whether you are a first time attendee or seasoned veteran of the event, you will learn something about how best to use the AUTM Connect system to be the most productive in San Diego. Join us to find out what to do before, during and after the annual meeting to make it a beneficial event for you and your colleagues.

Date:
January 02, 2016
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Insights Into Plant Variety Protection and Variety (1/2017)

Join this webinar and learn the fundamentals of U.S. intellectual property protection for plants by comparing and contrasting plant variety protection (PVP), versus utility patents and the main criteria for obtaining PVP. The second component discussed will be the aspects of licensing PVP varieties, looking into both the licensor and licensee responsibilities and obligations.

Date:
January 24, 2017
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$150.00
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$190.00
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Interest Invoice: You Mean Business (11/2015)

Most license agreements include clauses allowing the licensor to charge interest on overdue license fees, royalties and reimbursements. However, many institutions either don't include these clauses in their contracts, or don't invoice for interest on overdue payments. Some universities are missing out on millions of dollars in interest due to late payments, or paying substantial amounts of interest to their own bank due to late payments causing cash flow delays. In some cases, interest may also be charged on damages for breaching an agreement, and institutions are missing out on interest when they settle a matter out of court. There are a number of reasons why some universities do not include interest clauses in their contracts, or do not charge interest on late payments. For lawyers, this could be because an interest clause is not included in template documents, because a standard clause is not available, or because there is a lack of understanding of the institution's financial procedures. From an accounting perspective, this may be because the institution's systems make it difficult to charge interest, or because of a poorly drafted clause in the contract. For licensing officers or business development managers (BDMs), there can be commercial pressure not to include these clauses, or a limited understanding of how simple it can be for interest to be charged if necessary. The purpose of this course will be to inform lawyers, accountants and BDMs about why interest would be charged, how to include interest charging in your contract, and how to charge interest in the event that someone is late. Our team will take you through a range of issues that you need to think about to be able to charge interest, implement the practice, and clear up some of the complexities so that it is easier for BDMs, lawyers and accountants to work together in this area. By the end of the webinar, a tricky and complicated topic should be simpler and easier to understand for all involved.

Date:
November 01, 2015
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$150.00
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$190.00
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Introduction to Asian Intellectual Property (4/2012)

This 90-minute session will discuss comparisons between U.S. intellectual property practice and Asian intellectual property practice, focusing on Japan, China, India and the Philippines. The course assumes some familiarity with U.S. practices as a baseline.
Date:
April 01, 2012
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$150.00
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$190.00
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