On-Demand   Web Segment

IP Issues in Business Transactions 2013

Recorded on: Mar. 4, 2013
Running Time: 01:01:15

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:01:15] Shared or Jointly Developed IP Philip Strauss ~ Associate General Counsel, Performance Marketing Brands, Inc. / Ebates
Jason D Kipnis ~ WilmerHale
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[00:59:50] Common Ethics Issues in IP Transactions Heidi L Keefe ~ Cooley LLP
David M Simon ~ Former Chief Patent Counsel, Intel Corporation
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Taken from the Web Program IP Issues in Business Transactions 2013 recorded February, 2013 in San Francisco.

Lecture Topics 

Shared or Jointly Developed IP 
  • How collaboration with another company creates new business opportunities
  • Joint ventures versus strategic alliances
  • Using newly created IP: Rights of partners and/or collaborators
  • Business dissolution and resulting IP ownership issues
The purchase price of this segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online:
  • Intellectual Property Considerations for Strategic Alliances--Questions, Considerations and Putting the Information to Use
    Carolyn L. Craig

Presentation Material

  • Shared or Jointly Developed IP
    Philip Strauss, Jason Kipnis
Jason D Kipnis ~ WilmerHale
Philip Strauss ~ Associate General Counsel, Performance Marketing Brands, Inc. / Ebates

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