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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.

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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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.
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Marketing: The Value Proposition Is the Key! (5/2015)

Scientists are well equipped to discuss the scientific merits of their discoveries, and it is easy for technology transfer professionals to get caught in that same mode when talking to potential licensees. However, potential licensees need to understand the value proposition. What is it about the technology that will motivate a licensees company to invest the time and resources needed to commercialize your technology? Join us for Marketing: The Value Proposition Is the Key and explore how to identify and effectively communicate the value proposition.
Date:
May 01, 2015
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Maximizing Licensing Opportunities in Research Tools(8/2014)

This course is designed for mid-level to experienced-level technology transfer professionals who deals with the research tool licensing. Universities generate lot of valuable research tools that academic and industry researchers use every day. These validated and published research tools enable the scientific community to focus more on experiments than reagent preparation. Most Universities and scientific journals have policies to enhance dissemination of research tools which puts burden on the inventors to distribute the materials. Licensing these research tools to research reagent companies takes away the burden of distribution from inventors as well as provides attractive revenue streams to the universities. Let's discuss how we can maximize these licensing opportunities and the best practices to consider when negotiating the research tool license.
Date:
August 01, 2014
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Meeting Challenge of TTO Royalty & Equity Distribu (8/2015)

Each technology transfer office has its own policies and procedures for distributing licensing or royalty income to inventors and their departments and what information they provide their PIs with ahead of time and at distribution time. Taking care of this administrative task in a fair, consistent, and timely manner may not always generate accolades from recipients of the income. However, failure to distribute licensing income properly will likely generate unfavorable responses from the stakeholders of the income. This webinar will discuss the framework as well as useful tools that can help technology transfer professionals smoothly carry out this important task.

Date:
August 01, 2015
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Metrics for Tech Transfer- Measuring Engagement (8/2016)

How well does your university engage its users? Listen to the experts discuss issues and challenges of defining and measuring suitable metrics for technology transfer offices. This webinar will focus on the valid measures for demonstrating engagement, the impact and challenges of defining metrics for reporting at a national and international level.

Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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Negotiation of License Agreements (4/2013)

Ideally, the negotiation of the license is a dynamic process that concludes with signing an agreement is implemented over the period of time that the licensed-rights are being developed and commercialized. This session will explore strategies to help you negotiate through the likely sticking points without losing momentum, sacrificing deal terms or adversely impacting the long-term relationship with a future licensee. Examples will be used to explain negotiation dynamics and illustrate ways to respond to common tactics used during the license negotiation process.
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-Member Price:
$190.00
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New US Patent & Trademark Office-Guidance on Patent (7/2015)

In 2014 the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office finally issued its new Interim Guidance on Patent Subject Matter Eligibility (Interim Eligibility Guidance). This Interim Eligibility Guidance is subject to notice and comments until March 16, 2015, however, it immediately supersedes prior guidance issued after the Mayo and Myriad decisions and supplements the prior Preliminary Instructions issued after the Alice decision. Come listen and learn as we simplify and explain the new Interim Eligibility Guidance, the USPTO's new three step process to perform a complete patent-eligibility analysis and provide the framework for discussions with Examiners at the Patent Office.

Learning Objectives


Attendees will learn:
- Flowcharts provided to illustrates the process
- Streamlined Eligibility Analysis explained
- Examples of claim elements: What is enough? Or Not enough?

Date:
June 20, 2015
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