About the Course:
This session provides an in-depth review of the consequences and obligations of inventors accepting federal funding for their research. The program also provides keen insight into protective measures that should be taken by inventors when contracting for federally-funded research.
Unless you know the answers to questions such as these, you really should listen to this unique webinar:
- What is the timeline for inventors to report their inventions to sponsoring agencies in order to maintain title to their inventions?
- What are the limitations placed on the government with respect to Patent Rights Clauses?
- Which two governmental agencies are entitled to own their intellectual property?
- Under which conditions may the government exercise its March-in Rights?
- How are non-profit organizations impacted by Patent Rights Clauses?
- What must inventors communicate to the government in terms of patenting arising from research conducted with federal funding?
- What are some of the measures that may be taken to demark background intellectual property?
- What are some of the potential consequences of failing to properly mark legacy intellectual property?
- How are research organizations with foreign nationals and with foreign research facilities impacted when they accept federal research funding?
- To what extent may inventors that receive federal funding publish related research?
- What is the significance of flow down provisions? Parallel research? And Additional Data Clauses?
Course Leader: William H. Pratt, Partner, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
William Pratt's practice is focused on intellectual property transactions and licensing, government contracts, and the arbitration of intellectual property disputes. His clients include U.S. and international corporations involved in a broad spectrum of technologies, including automotive, consumer electronics, pharmaceuticals, environmental, chemical, and cosmetics. He has represented some of the world’s largest international companies as well as small startups.
Mr. Pratt's experience ranges from drafting simple license agreements to negotiating extremely complex transactions such as joint venture agreements, creating standard-setting organizations, commercialization agreements, and technology acquisitions. He also has extensive experience representing clients in intellectual property transactions and disputes with the U.S. government and negotiating complex agreements to settle litigations between private entities and resolving disputes with the U.S. government. Mr. Pratt has also arbitrated licensing and contract disputes within the United States and abroad.
Course Length: Approx. 1.5 hours
$295.00 PER USER
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