Best Practices in Licensing: Developing, Negotiating & Executing Transactions
During this interactive course, hear first-hand from the trenches. Listen as industry experts shed light and provide their expertise on best practices for structuring and negotiating transactions. Learn from their experiences and leave armed with the key components you need to successfully close transactions.
This Course Will Include the Following
- High teacher-student ratio
- Keys to successfully closing transactions
- One-on-one interactive with content leaders and peers
Who Should Attend
- Business development professionals
- Individuals with IP experience, looking to enhance their transaction skills
- Legal and professionals new to the day-to-day management of IP assets
- Establish material terms of a license agreement
- Leverage arbitration and alternative dispute resolution
- Master fundamentals of patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets
- Participate in a mock license negotiation
- Structure critical financial terms and considerations
- Understand key legal issues and trends to be more effective in your transactions
Two-Day Course, May 2-3
Early Bird- OPEN NOW (through April 20)
$995.00 - Member early bird
$1,295.00 - Non-member early bird
After April 20
$1,195.00 - Member Rate
$1,495.00 - Non-Member Rate
Michael Baniak, CLP,General Counsel & Chief IP Counsel Global EOS of North America
Michael Dansky, Managing Director, BRG Corporate Finance
Ruben Flores-Saaib, Director of Commercialization for the Office of Innovation and Commercialization (OIC), UC San Diego
Robert F. Held, CLP, President, Held Intellectual Property
Mike Lasinski, Managing Director, 284 Partners, LLC
Matthew McNeill,Chief innovation Officer, Vice Pesident of IP, Technology & Strategic Alliances, RiteHite
Tanya Moore, Chief Licensing Officer, Sonos, Inc.
John Paul, CLP, Partner, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
Tom Pruitt, IP Attorney, Tom F. Pruitt, PLLC
Tari Suprapto Ph.D., Director, Business Development, Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Total Minutes: 810 (including 60 minutes of Ethics)
13.5 CLE credits for 60 minute CLE hours*
16.2 CLE credits for 50 minute CLE hours*
*Note: LES is an approved MCLE/CLE provider by the State Bars of California and Pennsylvania. LES applies to additional states when possible.
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