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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is participating in a series of Intellectual Property Webinars hosted by the National Council for Entrepreneurial Technology Transfer (NCET2). The webinar series seeks to bridge the knowledge gap on intellectual property law issues between the U.S. Government and various stakeholders. Participation in this webinar program will provide an opportunity to understand and retain best practices as well as gain access to a comprehensive and holistic viewpoint on why intellectual property law is such an important economic tool.
Register once to access the entire series of scheduled webinars. If you miss a webinar, you can retrieve its archived recording on the NIST IP Webinar Series website or by clicking on the topic below.
SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING WEBINARS
June 26, 2013 - Patent Prosecution in a Post-AIA World
Now that AIA is fully in effect what does patent procurement look like and what are my options as an inventor and/or entrepreneur? Specific topics include: first inventor to file changes; micro-entity status and other fee changes; new oath or declaration requirements; the pro bono program; and the small business patent ombudsman. As well discussing the changes and strategies for getting the most out of patent applications, from the types of filings one can pursue to understanding pre vs. post issue challenges of patent applications.
July 31, 2013 - The 411 on Do It Yourself Patenting
Given the high costs around intellectual property procurement this webinar is focused on providing some basic tools of the trade when pursuing DIY intellectual property protection. Hear from experienced individuals who have endeavored in the art of “Pro Se” and learn when to seek the guidance and help of legal expertise.
August 28, 2013 - Understanding the Patent Cooperation Treaty and Patent Prosecution Highway
When thinking global while acting local, how does one figure out a good time chase after intellectual property outside the US? This webinar discusses all issues international around IP and giving you best advice on when looking overseas with your property rights.
September 25, 2013 - The Mechanics of University and Federal Lab Licensing Agreements
The focus of this particular webinar session is to look at a deeper dive of best practices on IP Procurement from thought leaders in the Technology Transfer space. Specific topics to be addressed include understanding assignee rights, contractual obligations, examples of successful licensee arrangements, and government metrics.
October 23, 2013 - How Much is your Intellectual Property Really Worth?
So you successfully got that Patent, Copyright, and/or Trademark, now how much is that IP truly worth? Hear from experienced professionals on the true value of your IP and how much it is worth from both ROI and NPV viewpoints.