CLP April Exam Window Review (2018 AUTM Meeting)
Taught by experienced CLP-certified LES members, the emphasis of this course is on the eight CLP domains, the practice exam questions, and the participants' results. The review also includes access to our Virtual Knowledge Community, providing another opportunity for participants to review the domains and to ask questions of the LES experts. Of those who have taken this review course and the exam, 80 percent have passed. Earning CLP credentials establishes credibility among your colleagues, shows that you understand and utilize the latest industry practices, recognizes your experience and qualifications, and demonstrates your commitment to professional development.
This Course Will Include the Following
- Domain 1, Strategy
- Domain 2, Intellectual Property Protection
- Domain 3, Opportunity Assessment and Development
- Domain 4, Valuation
- Domain 5, Marketing
- Domain 6, Agreement Development and Drafting
- Domain 7, Negotiation
- Domain 8, Agreement Management.
Who Should Attend
- Patenting managers
- Marketing managers
- Valuation managers
- IP law managers
- Negotiation management
- Intellectual asset management
- Review the principles and concepts from each of the eight established domains tested on the CLP Exam
- Review and discuss sample questions from the approved CLP Sample Exam
- See all of the testable subject matter in a one-day review course taught by expert LES CLP-Certified instructors, and which includes classtime and breaks for Q&A.
One-Day Course, February 18
- 8:00 am - 8:15 am - Introduction to Exam
- 8:15 am - 9:15 am - Domain 1, Strategy
- 9:15 am - 10:00 am - Domain 2, Intellectual Property Protection
- 10:00 am - 10:15 am - Break
- 10:15 am - 11:00 am - Domain 2, Intellectual Property Protection
- 11:00 am - 12:00 pm - Domain 3, Opportunity Assessment and Development
- 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Lunch
- 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Domain 4, Valuation/Domain 5, Marketing
- 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm - Domain 7, Negotiation
- 3:00 pm - 3:15 pm - Break
- 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm - Domain 6, Agreement Development and Drafting
- 4:15 pm - 4:45 pm - Domain 8, Agreement Management
- 4:45 pm - 5:00 pm - Course Wrap-up
Total Minutes: 450 minutes
7.5 CLE credits for 60 minute CLE hours*
9 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.
Bob Held is the president of Held Intellectual Property, LLC, and recently worked for TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. (TCS) in Annapolis, Maryland as the vice president, Intellectual Asset Management, responsible for the strategic management and monetization of TCS's IP portfolio. All assets of TCS were acquired in February 2016. Immediately prior to joining TCS, Held worked for Northrop Grumman Corporation, Electronic Systems Sector from 2003-2011 as the director of the Intellectual Property & Strategic Technology Agreements business unit; and from 1998-2003 he worked at the IP firm British Technology Group (BTG) International. Held has been active in LES (U.S.A. & Canada) since 1998 having served in a variety of roles and has been a Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) since 2008.
Michele Riley is a Senior Advisor for the Dispute Consulting group at Stout. She provides a variety of consulting services, with a focus on intellectual property damages and valuation. Michele has testified regarding damages in patent, trademark and copyright infringement, as well as trade secret misappropriation cases. She has performed valuations of intellectual property for arms-length licensing and litigation matters, and assisted clients with the financial aspects of negotiations for the purchase, sale and licensing of intellectual property. In addition, she has audited royalty streams on technology licenses for clients in a number of industries. Michele has written and lectured extensively on methodologies for determining damages in intellectual property infringement matters, as well as valuation techniques for intangible assets. While with Invotex, Michele developed a proprietary e-commerce tool which contained information extracted from technology licenses across a variety of industry categorizations. Michele's other experience includes litigation services, specifically damage valuations and testimony in the areas of breach of contract and unfair competition. Her management and administration of bankruptcy and troubled company engagements have entailed developing financial models, preparing cash flow projections under varying scenarios, and analyzing business segments and operations.
Matthew McNeill is chief innovation officer, VP of IP, Technology & Strategic Alliances at RiteHite. McNeill has overall responsibility for innovation and intellectual property, including the licensing function, which has historically concentrated on in-licensing. He is also concentrated on business development through seeking and acquiring technology for the company. This can range from strategic supply agreements, to joint development, to IP licensing, to joint ventures to IP or corporate acquisition. McNeill has also led business development efforts in emerging technology space in which "ultra-patents" (beyond patent) strategies had to be employed to secure sustainable competitive advantage. He has an undergraduate degree in Physics (Texas A&M) and a law degree (Boston College).
CANCELLATION and REFUND POLICY:
All registration cancellation and refund requests must be made in writing no later than 30 days from the start of the education session. A refund of all fees, minus a $150 administration fee, will be given for cancellations received by January 18, 2018. No refunds will be granted for requests postmarked after 30 days out from the start of the education session.
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