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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
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$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
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Invention Disclosures - From Cradle to License! (1/2012)

Avoid the significant problems that can happen when invention disclosures are improperly evaluated or handled. Designed specifically to broaden the knowledge base of administrative and support staff, this in-depth discussion of invention disclosures covers the key points that you can take immediately back to your office to ensure you are obtaining all of the information needed to properly evaluate and handle the decision making process related to the invention disclosures you manage. Speakers Khera Douglass, Arizona Technology Enterprises and Monya Dunlap, University of Florida, will share examples of successfully handled invention disclosures, problem cases and improper handling.
Date:
January 15, 2012
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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IP Awards Compliance Professional (Package)

This course will cover overall Bayh-Dole reporting compliance, demonstrate how to report inventions created under Federal sponsorship, and explain the process for reporting inventions and patents thru the NIH's iEdison database. We will review the documents, support clauses, timelines involved and discuss utilization reporting thru iEdison. It will also touch on troublesome Federal Award Terms that should be reviewed. Upon completion of the 7 modules and assessments for this certificate program, you will take the final course assessment.

After achieving a passing grade of 80%, you will receive a certificate of completion and be designated by AUTM as an "Intellectual Property Awards Compliance Professional".

Date:
January 10, 2016
Member Price:
$525.00
Non-Member Price:
$725.00
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IP Basics for Software Innovations (4/2016)

This free webinar will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of intellectual property that can be applied to software innovations. Course includes an overview of patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets. Some basic computing and software terms will also be discussed.

Date:
April 20, 2016
Member Price:
$0.00
Non-Member Price:
$0.00
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Jointly Owned IP (11/2014)

This webinar will address those circumstances under which joint ownership of intellectual property typically arises between universities, the effect of this joint ownership, and the structure and terms of joint ownership agreements.
Date:
November 30, 2014
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Key Elements of a Supportive Ecosystem for Universi (4/2016)

This webinar will review the key elements for supporting the identification, formation, and growth of start-ups spinning out of universities, based on university IP.

Date:
April 15, 2016
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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License Agreements:Fix Historical Messes-Audio Only (9/2015)

Do you know where all your pennies are going? Initiating, tracking and confirming financial transactions is critical to every technology transfer office. This course will discuss how to ensure your own financial records are accurate and complete, with ideas and tips on how to keep them that way. We will look at best practices, reconciliation, tracking "clean-up" progress, and the benefits of these activities. (Audio Only)

Date:
September 25, 2015
Member Price:
$75.00
Non-Member Price:
$95.00
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Licensing University Technology 101 (4/2017)

This webinar will address the fundamentals of the university patent license agreement. We will start with a discussion of the perspectives commonly held by the licensor, a non-profit institution with a mission to transfer technology for the public benefit, and the licensee, a business enterprise chartered to make a return on its investments. We will then introduce each section of the license agreement, explain typical terms used to capture the deal, use specific examples to illustrate potential issues created with certain approaches, and the legal underpinnings that motivate certain specific terms.

Date:
April 11, 2017
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Life Science Licenses: The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly(7/2014)

Practitioners who want to understand what best practices look like in life science license agreements and what common mistakes to look out for. Licensing in the life science industry can be a win-win proposition for both licensors and licensees helping bring new inventions from the academic setting to benefit society and providing benefit (economic and otherwise) to both parties. In this webinar we explore common key issues life science licensors will face in negotiating and drafting licensing transactions, including relating to scope of grant, defining territory and term of license, payment considerations, offsets and deductions, assignability, warranties, indemnities, tax and reporting provisions. These issues will be highlighted with "real world" examples of licenses which were done well and those who could have avoided downstream issues with certain considerations in their initial license agreements.
Date:
July 01, 2014
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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