Seminar

Jeffery Cross to Present at Practising Law Institute (PLI) Understanding the Intellectual Property License 2016

10 Nov 2016
November 10, 2016 | 9:00am to 5:00pm

University of Chicago Gleacher Center
450 N. Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, IL 60611

At this program, attendees with have access to the full Agenda, Speaker Biographies, Course Handbook, and Presentation Materials, as well as be able to network with fellow attendees electronically via the Guidebook app. We strongly encourage you to download “Guidebook” prior to the program from the Apple App Store or the Android Marketplace. You will receive an email prior to the program with instructions on how to access the guide for your program.

Why You Should Attend
Companies continue turning to licensing because it offers valuable economic and strategic opportunities. Licensing can be used to gain access to intellectual property at a lower cost than developing or purchasing intellectual property assets, and as a way of generating new sources of revenue out of existing intellectual property assets. Virtually every business today must confront licensing issues and, therefore, a solid base of knowledge about licensing has never been more important for companies and their counsel. This introductory course will give you an overview of how to negotiate and draft effective license agreements, whether you are the licensor or licensee. Experts in licensing will discuss different kinds of licensing agreements, and the business and legal issues related to them.

What You Will Learn
•Fundamentals of a copyright license
•Important differences between patent and other technology licenses
•Key provisions and practical considerations in trademark licensing
•Understanding software and open source licenses
•Rights of publicity and entertainment licensing
•Protection and enforcement of rights internationally
•Addressing antitrust issues
•Treatment of IP licenses under bankruptcy law
•How licensing can generate new revenue
•Hear from a litigator what happens when the agreement has to be enforced
•Drafting tips and effective negotiating techniques

Who Should Attend
General practitioners, intellectual property specialists, corporate counsel and others who need to know the basics of how to license and protect their intellectual property.

For further information or to register for the event, please click here.

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