Licensing Technology from a University or a Government Lab
Take the first step in Harnessing "Science on the Shelf"... What to expect from this session: Gain insight into the process: - Understanding the University or Lab’s objectives and concerns - The process for engaging with the Tech Transfer Office (TTO) - An overview of the key business and risk allocation terms in both an exclusive license agreement and a sponsored research agreement Equip you with all the tools you need before you begin negotiations: - Which clauses are standard - Which clauses can or likely cannot be negotiated - Understanding the range of options for each clause
Speaker(s): Rex O’Neal and Carrie Schiff, Sage Law Group LLC
Co-Sponsor(s): City of Boulder
Rex and Carrie are co-Founding Partners of Sage Law Group LLC, a business boutique law firm in Boulder, Colorado. Both Rex and Carrie are former partners of Cooley Godward and have spent significant portions of their professional careers in-house and in business roles with companies. At Sage Law Group, Rex and Carrie work with a variety of technology companies from early stage companies to large public companies. Rex and Carrie work with their clients as if they are sitting down the hall as their General Counsel. The Colorado Small Business Development Center Network is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The support given by the SBA through such funding does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of any of the co-sponsors' or participants' opinions, products or services. The Colorado SBDC is a partnership between the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the SBA, Colorado's institutions of higher education and local development organizations.
Fee: $ 45.00