LES Austin/Hill Country Chapter Presents:
Commercializing a Broad Platform Technology
A facilitated roundtable discussion
Thursday, June 6, 2019
11:30 am - 1:30 PM
The Headliner's Club
221 West 6th St. Suite 2100, Green Room
(reservations under name of Dan Byrne)
Austin, TX 78701
Parking: The Headliner’s Club has a discounted parking rate of $ 5.00 for guests.
Join us for a Facilitated Roundtable Discussion.
We all can get excited about the opportunity to commercialize a truly game changing technology--maybe even a broad industrial platform technology with core applications important to our business as well as opportunities for licensing into other applications. They just don't come around that often. If you have been there, come share what you have done, what you liked and what you might do differently. If you haven't been there yet, join the discussion to get some ideas to be better prepared when YOUR opportunity arises.
Come join your area colleagues, contribute, participate and invest in forging a community that serves all of us in IP related endeavors.
We will allow some time for networking followed by an hour buffet lunch accompanied by our roundtable discussion. We are committed to deliver value in that time frame, but have an opportunity to continue discussions for those available and interested into the afternoon.
Space is limited. Early registration is recommended.
Dress is business causal.
A buffet lunch is included.
Mark Andrew Smith
Mark’s legal practice concentrates on Intellectual Property and builds on his prior experience, as a Partner in an IP boutique and in-house as Attorney and Senior IP Counsel in leading R&D, software and energy companies. Interest in IP strategy and other business issues facing emerging technology plays has also lead to starting a business consultancy separate from his law practice.
He has served as an adjunct law professor and serves entrepreneurs and graduate students in commercializing new technologies mentoring teams and judging business plans in related professional, academic and accelerator programs. Active in the Licensing Executive Society, Mark has served in leadership positions in the local chapter and nationally with the LES Foundation.
Mark has engineering and law degrees from Southern Methodist University, an LL.M from the University of Houston and an MSTC (technology commercialization) from the UT/McCombs; is admitted to the Texas Bar and the USPTO; and is credentialed as a CLP Emeritus (Certified Licensing Professional, CLP Inc.) and a RTTP (Registered Technology Transfer Professional, Association of Technology Transfer Professionals).
This event is generously sponsored by:
The Austin chapter uses online registration for members and non-members and accepts payment by credit card. Members should login to the registration page with their LES online account.
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