Career Center




Commercializing Technology through the Power of IP Licensing

Date:   April 26, 2010
Time:   8:30 AM – 5:30 PM: Course
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM: Around the World Reception

Oak West Lounge, 2nd floor of Tressider Memorial Union
Stanford University

Sponsor:   Licensing Executives Society (LES)

Event details:  

There is more emphasis now than ever before on commercialization, company formation and job creation from the billions of dollars invested annually in research and development at America’s universities, government laboratories and small businesses.

Whether you are an entrepreneur in the making, a principal investigator or student (at any level) who wants a better grasp of the basics, or an aspiring technology transfer professional, this course will give you the tools you need to understand and participate effectively in the process of protecting IP and facilitating its commercialization.

Join us for this interactive one-day course for:

  • IP Basics: patents, trademarks, know-how, trade secrets and more
  • Smart strategies for creating, organizing, managing and securing IP assets
  • Bringing IP to market – Commercialization
  • Royalties and ideas for maximizing IP value and making money!
  • Interesting case studies and an interactive deal negotiation by participants

Click here to view a sample PDS 100 agenda and schedule

David Aston, Peters Verny, LLP
Linda Chao, Office of Technology Licensing, Stanford University
Kirsten Leute, Office of Technology Licensing, Stanford University

Fee:   LES Members and Non-Members: $195
University/Government: $125
LES Student Member: $ 25
*Non-Member Student: $ 35
*The fee includes one year LES (USA & Canada) student membership

Additional information and/or registration:   Visit the LES website

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