IP Issues in Business Transactions 2013

 January 3, 2013 - January 4, 2013

CLE - Life Seminar


This comprehensive program will provide an in-depth understanding of intellectual property issues that arise in corporate transactions, including the strategic role of intellectual property in a company and the many unique considerations that come into play. Learn how to assess intellectual property as a strategic asset and how to evaluate opportunities to monetize IP while avoiding costly missteps. Other essential topics addressed include IP portfolio review and management, licensing, valuation, and enforcement. An expert faculty with years of experience will also review joint development, bankruptcy, tax, and due diligence issues and provide practical guidance you can rely on daily. Covering issues that may arise across patent, trademark, and copyright law, this program is a must for all IP transactional attorneys.
  • Identifying the IP a business should own and how to monetize these assets
  • Entering strategic alliances and engaging joint venture partners
  • Strategies for licensing of intellectual property assets
  • Due diligence tips and practice points
  • Maximizing the value of intellectual property assets
  • Licensing considerations in a bankruptcy context
  • The role of social media in transactions
  • New Topic! Special issues for copyright and trademark attorneys
  • Special Feature! Earn one full hour of ethics credit!

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Practising Law Institute
810 Seventh Avenue
New York, New York
United States of America

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