November 1 - 3, 2017
Hyatt Regency Bethesda
Bethesda, MD USA
Come learn from our panel of patent attorneys, patent agents, licensing personnel and paralegals who have extensive in house and law firm experience in patent prosecution/management of intellectual property portfolios.
Learn best practices for streamlining processes to ensure cost effectiveness, managing data entry and ongoing prosecution of intellectual property and working with licensing personnel and patent counsel while tracking deadlines related to your institution’s IP portfolios. We will discuss systems and methods for successful communication between paralegals, patent counsel, co-owners, inventors, licensees and licensing personnel.
This new AUTM advanced patenting course is designed for those who manage a global intellectual property portfolio of pending patent applications, issued patents as well as other types of intellectual property. You will learn how to research and do due diligence regarding assignment/ownership matters and how to serve as a cross-functional liaison between faculty, the technology transfer office, outside patent counsel, internal patent counsel, Sponsored Research, internal/external stakeholders and other third parties.You will gain experience in the analysis of process flows relating to patent prosecution and gain tips for making recommendations and implementing procedures to effectively reduce costs. You will gain insights on how to manage global patent prosecution formality/administrative matters and docketing.
You will leave this new AUTM course with answers to your questions, time-saving solutions, and other tools to use in your office and to share with your coworkers.
IP Portfolio Management Course registrants may also attend sessions from the concurrent Agreement Maintenance Course and the Compliance Course curriculum, maximizing educational value for each attendee’s background experience and interests, and broadening networking opportunities!
If you are new to academic technology transfer or compliance, you may also be interested in these recorded AUTM webinars:
The Basics of Technology Transfer
Bayh Dole Reporting & Highlights for iEdison
The Absolute Essentials of Bayh-Dole Compliance!
Compliance - From the iEdison User's Perspective
Technology Transfer Essentials Package - 7 webinars included
Registered Technology Transfer Professional (RTTP)
Demonstrate your expertise in the academic technology transfer profession by becoming a Registered Technology Transfer Professional (RTTP). All AUTM professional development courses and designated educational offerings and meetings are eligible for continuing education (CE) credits, which support your registration application. For more information about the registration process and requirements, visit the Alliance of Technology Transfer Professionals (ATTP) at www.attp.info.
Certified Licensing Professionals (CLP) Continuing Education
Certified Licensing Professionals are required to demonstrate continued competence in their field to maintain their certification status. Individuals who hold the CLP designation can renew their credential by earning at least 40 continuing education (CE) credits. All AUTM professional development courses and designated educational offerings on the topics of licensing, technology transfer, and technology commercialization at AUTM conferences or meetings are eligible for CLP continuing education (CE) credits for certification renewal. Visit www.licensingcertification.org for more information on the recertification requirements.
Your sponsorship of the AUTM professional development programming underscores your involvement in the technology transfer field and helps AUTM keep registration fees low — allowing technology transfer professionals from all backgrounds and skill levels to attend. A wide range of sponsorship opportunities are available. For details, contact Madhuri Carson by phone at +1-847-686-2362, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions about the program contact Barbara Gunderson at email@example.com or +1-847-686-2386.
For registration information contact Lauren Rich at AUTM headquarters at firstname.lastname@example.org; +1-847-686-2351.