Business Law & Order - Intellectual Property II: Keys to Technology Licensing
Time: 5:00 PM-7:00 PM
330 E. Liberty, Lower Level
Ann Arbor MI 48104
This is the sequel to SPARK’s popular IP–1 session in October 2012. In this installment, we will provide the keys to technology licensing and university technology transfer. Jeanne Moploney of Dykema Gossett PLLC will start by explaining the essentials entrepreneurs need to understand about technology licensing. Brian Copple from the UofM Tech Transfer Office will then talk about the many opportunities that exist for entrepreneurs to acquire cutting edge technology from universities, and how to work with university tech transfer offices.
5–5:15 Registration and Networking
5:15-6:00 (J. Moloney) The Keys to Technology Licensing
6:00-6:45 (B. Copple) University Technology Transfer
6:45-7:00 Open Q & A
Mark G. Malven
Dykema Gossett PLLC
Jeanne M. Moloney
Dykema Gossett PLLC
Business Law & Order will be streamed live:
Brian R. Copple
University of Michigan, Office of Technology Transfer
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About Business Law & Order:
Starting a new business is complicated: there are many t’s to cross and i’s to dot. The Business Law & Order Legal Series will give entrepreneurs insight into some of the most important legal issues they must consider during business formation. Some of these issues include: proper business structure, intellectual property protection, founders and key employee compensation, considerations regarding employees versus independent contractors, doing business overseas and commercial agreements. The sessions will help new business owners understand their options and make better decisions relating to the structure, organization and management of their business.
The presentations, whether in the main group or the break-out sessions if any, are informational only and were prepared to summarize a particular legal topic. The presentations do not constitute legal or professional advice and are not meant to address any individuals particular legal circumstances. You are encouraged to consult with any of the attorneys presenting if you have specific questions relating to any of the topics covered in their presentation.
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