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Monetizing Intellectual Property Assets Using Effective Licensing Strategies

Connecticut Bar Association, Business Law Section

December 11, 2018
New Haven, Connecticut

Transactional Practice Group Chair Charlie O'Brien will speak on Monetizing Intellectual Property Assets Using Effective Licensing Strategies at a program presented by the Connecticut Bar Association Business Law Section On December 11, 2018 at the Quinnipiac Club in New Haven, Connecticut.  Also on the panel are Diane Corvello, Asst. Clinical Professor, UConn Law School IP and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, and Tom Menard from Alix, Yale & Ristas, LLP.

Charlie has extensive experience in all aspects of complex IP licensing, including the preparation and negotiation of patent license agreements, software license agreements, joint development agreements, trademark license agreements, material transfer agreements, joint marketing and promotion agreements, and so on.

The program will discuss what IP licensing strategies are available to attorneys' clients if they have valuable know-how and trade secrets, but not granted patents, and an overview of ways to monetize IP assets by licensing a combination of trade secrets, know-how and pending patent applications.  The program will include an informational presentation followed by a lively interaction involving attorneys representing a hypothetical licensor and a prospective licensee.