Upcoming Intellectual Property Management Workshop

Intellectual Property Management

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

8:30 am – 4:30 pm

(Continental Breakfast — 8:00 am)
George Washington University
GW Marvin Center
800 21st Street NW Washington, DC 20052

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Presenter:  Charles Bartunek, University of Maryland College Park

 

Course Description:  Universities are frequently seen as the economic development engines for their respective state and local economies, and often times are expected to be the source of new technology for the industries of tomorrow.  As a result, research administrators are expected to negotiate agreements and manage the University’s Intellectual Property interests in support of these economic development activities, while also protecting and growing the University’s fundamental research activities.  In many cases, the expectations of the University and the sponsor conflict with one another.  Consequently, University personnel must walk the fine line of both addressing their own institutional policies and granting sufficient IP rights to the sponsor to facilitate the project, all the while adhering to any relevant federal requirements.  This Session focuses on the many challenges facing research administrators who manage intellectual property, and negotiate research agreements with private industry, state, and federal sponsors.

Participant Learning Objectives:
• Learn four different types of Intellectual Property and their relevance to sponsored research agreements;
• Understand the obstacles faced when colleges and universities prospectively grant intellectual property rights to inventions resulting from sponsored research;
• Learn IP clauses in Federal and industry awards;
• Experience real life negotiating strategies for IP management;
• Exposure to Government reporting requirements;
• Learn various factors influencing University’s ability to negotiate IP terms in agreements; and
• Learn basic clauses of commercial licensing agreements and how they relate to negotiated terms in a sponsored research agreement.

Who Should Attend:

IP Managers
Grants and Contract Officers
Senior Research Administrators