Presentations

Our attorneys have spoken and will speak on topics including the following:

2017

Thoughts on the Commercialization and Protection of Digital Technologies, University of Nebraska, February 28, 2017, Lincoln, Nebraska.

2016


World Intellectual Property Organization (“WIPO”)-based Mediation Demonstration (concerning Wind Farm Technology)
, Licensing Executive Society (“LES”) Scandinavia Annual Conference for 2016, September 4, 2016, Helsinki, Finland.

Current State of Protecting Software and Business Methods through Patenting, Association of University Technology Managers (“AUTM”) Software Course, June 2, 2016, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

WIPO-based Arbitration and Negotiation Demonstration (concerning alternative energy technologies), LES International Annual Conference 2015, May 16, 2016, Beijing, China.

Wearable Technologies: Software and Hardware Platforms, University of New Mexico, March 23, 2016, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2015

WIPO Mock Arbitration Demonstration (concerning University-originated Wind Farm Technology), LES International Annual Conference 2015, April 13, 2015, Brussels, Belgium.

Creativity, Innovation, and Intellectual Property: Cost Effective Development and Protection Strategies, University of New Mexico, March 30, 2015, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Student Entrepreneur Programs: Challenges and Benefits, Science and Technology Corporation at the University of New Mexico, March 29, 2015, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Mobile Fitness Devices: An Analysis in Critical Thinking, City University of Hong Kong Law School, March 19, 2015, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China.

Technology Transfer Policy Issues: An Interactive Session Among Colleagues, City University of Hong Kong, March 17, 2015, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China.

Student IP: Case Studies and Practical Problem Solving, Conference on Institutional Policy and the Practice of Student Intellectual Property Management in Hong Kong Higher Education, City University of Hong Kong, March 17, 2015, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China.

Innovation: Why Students (and Universities) Can Be So Good At It?, Conference on Institutional Policy and the Practice of Student Intellectual Property Management in Hong Kong Higher Education, City University of Hong Kong, March 16, 2015, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China.

Student Created IP: Management Models and Lessons Learned, AUTM National Meeting, February 25, 2015, New Orleans, Louisiana.

2014

Whose Food is It Anyway? Food Chain Series, BBC World Service, First Broadcast, November 28, 2014. (Podcast available: http//www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02chyj8)

Intellectual Property in the Food Industry, New York University Law School Symposium “Innovation without Regulation: How Necessary is Intellectual Property Protection?”, November 21, 2014, New York, New York.

The Student Entrepreneur: Issues and Answers, University of Illinois (Chicago), October 7, 2014, Chicago, Illinois.

Academic Creativity: Cost Effective Property Development & Protection Strategies, University of Washington New Ventures Facility, August 18, 2014, Seattle, Washington.

Two Part Workshop: Intellectual Property: Cost Effective Development and Protection Strategies; and Intellectual Property: Use and Commercialization Issues and Strategies, Illinois Entrepreneurship and Small Business Growth Association 2014 “Small Business is Big Business” Conference, Illinois State University, May 29, 2014, Normal, Illinois.

Student and Faculty Development: Health and Fitness Tracking Devices and Software, AUTM Software Course, May 15 -16, 2014, Nashville, Tennessee.

WIPO-based Mediation Demonstration, LES Mid-Year Meeting, March 27, 2014, New York, New York.

Digital Technologies: The Creative Process Produces Intellectual Properties! Cornell University, March 10, 2014, Ithaca, New York.

Open Source Software in Perspective, Cornell University, March 11, 2014, Ithaca, New York.

Analog to Digital: Principles to Guide the Technology Transfer Effort, AUTM National Meeting, Feb. 20, 2014, San Francisco, CA.

Intellectual Property: Cost Effective Development, Protection, and Commercialization Strategies, Bradley University, January 15, 2014, Peoria, Illinois.

2013

Topics in Mobile Apps: Current Business, Regulatory Approaches, and Protection Strategies, Center for Legal Education of the State Bar of New Mexico, December 4, 2013, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Creation and Commercialization Strategies for Technology Design, Colorado State University, November 6, 2013, Ft. Collins, Colorado.

Technologies for Mobile Devices: Development, Regulation, Protection, and Global Business Models, Iowa State University 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Iowa State University Research Foundation Event, Iowa State University, October 18, 2013, Ames, Iowa.

Industrial Design on Campus: Protection Strategies to Assist in the Commercialization of Often Overlooked Technologies, University of Kansas, September 25, 2013, Lawrence, Kansas.

Mobile Device Technologies: Low Cost Protection and Commercialization Strategies, University of Massachusetts, September 10, 2013, Boston, Massachusetts.

User Interface Technologies: Cost Effective Protection and Commercialization Strategies, University of Chicago, June 19, 2013, Chicago, Illinois.

The Other IP: Using Copyright, Trademark, and Design Patent to Protect and Commercialize Technologies, University of Minnesota, June 6, 2013, St. Paul, Minnesota.

Cost Effective Strategies to Protect User Interface Technologies, Purdue Office of Technology Commercialization, Purdue Technology Center, May 20, 2013, West Lafayette, Indiana.

Design Patents and Other Intellectual Properties for the Social Sciences, Cornell University College of Human Ecology, March 29, 2013, Ithaca, New York.

Mobile Apps: Development, Regulation, and Protection, Cornell University Center for Technology Enterprise and Commercialization, March 29, 2013, Ithaca, New York.

Mobile Apps: Commercialization and Protection Strategies, Columbia Technology Ventures, Columbia University, March 28, 2013, New York, New York.

Design Interface Protection. Trademarks and Design Patents, Mt. Sinai Medical School, March 28, 2013, New York, New York.

Copycats Beware: Protecting Creative Works with Intellectual Property Rights, Creative Chicago Expo, March 1, 2013, Chicago, Illinois.

Resolving Technology Disputes Outside the Courts: WIPO Expedited Arbitration, Association of University Technology Managers Annual Meeting, February 28, 2013, San Antonio, Texas.

American Intellectual Property Law Association Panel: Patent Small Claims, University of Illinois, February 28, 2013, Chicago, Illinois.

Mobile App Technologies: Current Business Models, Regulatory Approaches, and Protection Strategies, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, February 11, 2013, Madison, Wisconsin.

Digital Images Protection: Trademarks and Design Patents, The Art Institute of Chicago, January 31, 2013, Chicago, Illinois.

2012

Federal Circuit Year in Review: Panel Discussion, 2012 Intellectual Property, Center for Legal Education of the State Bar of New Mexico, December 6, 2012, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The America Invents Act in Perspective, 2012 Intellectual Property, Center for Legal Education of the State Bar of New Mexico, December 6, 2012, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Mobile App Technologies: Current Business Models, Regulatory Approaches, and Protection Strategies, University of New Mexico, December 5, 2012, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Creation and the Development of Cost Effective Protection and Commercialization Strategies, University of California San Francisco, November 20, 2012, San Francisco, California.

mHealth: Business Models and Protection Strategies, University of California San Francisco, November 20, 2012, San Francisco, California.

Software: Creation to Commercialization, Association of University Technology Managers Western Meeting, November 16, 2012, Napa, California.

A Day in the Life of an IP Attorney, Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago Student Outreach Event, Illinois Institute of Technology’s Chicago-Kent College of Law, November 13, 2012, Chicago, Illinois.

Inspiration v. Infringement: Where is the Line?, Dominican University, November 10, 2012, River Forest, Illinois.

Making the Pitch, Startup Boot Camp, Cornell Center for Technology Enterprise and Commercialization, Cornell University, October 23, 2012, Ithaca, New York.

eHealth and mHealth: The Business, Regulation, and Protection of These New Technologies, University of Colorado, October 18, 2012, Denver, Colorado.

Mobile Technologies and mHealth, Tulane University, September 27, 2012, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Software: Hard Facts about the New Reality, University of Louisiana, September 26, 2012, Lafayette, Louisiana.

mHealth: Medical Mobile App Business Models and Commercialization Results, University of Washington, July 9, 2012, Seattle, Washington.

Medical Moble Apps: Protection in a World Wide Context, University of Washington, July 9, 2012, Seattle, Washington.

Critical Thinking: Multi-Party Analysis of Digital Creations, Association of University Technology Managers (“AUTM”) Software/Digital Course, June 9, 2012, Jersey City, New Jersey.

On-Line Licensing Step by Step, AUTM Software/Digital Course, June 8, 2012, Jersey City, New Jersey.

Medical Phone Apps: Business Models and IP Protection, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, April 19, 2012, New York, New York.

Intellectual Property: The Only Free Lunch in Town, 2012 Creative Chicago Expo, Chicago Cultural Center, March 24, 2012, Chicago, Illinois.

The Great Digital Divide: Innovation and Commercialization of Digital Technologies in the 21st Century, AUTM National Meeting, March 17, 2012, Anaheim, California.

Mock Mediation: Time and Cost-effective Approaches to Resolving Technology Transfer Disputes, AUTM National Meeting, March 15, 2012, Anaheim, California.

Copyright and Other Intellectual Properties: The Basics, Graduate School of Library and Information Sciences, Dominican University, February 29, 2012, River Forest, Illinois.

Intellectual Property: The Secret Ingredient in Food, Food Science & Nutrition Department, Mississippi State University, February 22, 2012, Mississippi State, Mississippi.

The Digital Universe: Origins, Principles, and Opportunities, “Investing In Innovation” Day, Mississippi State University, February 21, 2012, Mississippi State, Mississippi.

2011

Patents: Tools for Economic Growth, Poznan Technology Transfer Administrators Meeting, Pozan World Trade Center, November 23, 2011, Poznan, Poland.

Global Patent Protection: Strategies from the Polish Perspective, European Union Sponsored Series, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw Institute of Technology, November 20, 2011, Warsaw, Poland.

Software-Based Systems: Protection in a Global Marketplace, European Union Sponsored Series, Warsaw Institute of Information Technology, November 19, 2011, Warsaw, Poland.

Intellectual Property Principles and Molecular Gastronomy, GastroIntellectual Property Law Symposium, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, November 16, 2011.

Copyright Law and Software/Content Licensing, AUTM Webinar, November 3, 2011.

Patenting Strategies Under The America Invents Act: What Can be Patented Now, Cornell Center for Technology Enterprise and Commercialization, Cornell University, October 26, 2011, Ithaca, New York.

Copyright: Issues and Solutions for Collaborative Efforts, Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology, Cornell University, October 25, 2012, Ithaca, New York.

Intellectual Properties: The Basics, Korean Technology Transfer Professionals Workshop, Cornell Center for Technology Enterprise and Commercialization, Cornell University, October 24, 2011, Ithaca, New York.

Patenting in the U.S. under the America Invents Act: How Does it Compare to Patenting Elsewhere in the World? University of Colorado, October 12, 2011, Boulder, Colorado.

The Great Digital Divide and the New Entrepreneurs, University of Colorado Medical Center, October 11, 2011, Denver, Colorado.

The New Entrepreneuralism: Big Innovation with Small Resources, Innovation Week, UNeMed Corporation, University of Nebraska Medical Center, October 10, 2011, Omaha, Nebraska.

The America Invents Act: An Overview, Creighton University, October 10, 2011, Omaha, Nebraska.

Intellectual Property for Creatives, Alliance of Creative Professionals, Chicago, Illinois, October 6, 2011.

The Transition from the Analog: Principles to Guide the Tech Transfer Effort over the Great Digital Divide, AUTM Central Region Meeting, July 26, 2011, Louisville, Kentucky.

Patent and Trademark Protection Strategy in a Global Context, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw Institute of Technology, June 19, 2011, Warsaw, Poland.

Intellectual Property: Creation and Collaboration in Academic and Institutional Settings, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw Institute of Technology, June 18, 2011,  Warsaw, Poland.

Intellectual Property: Creation, Protection, and Commercialization in Collaborative Academic Contexts, Cornell University, Weil School of Medicine, April 20, 2011, New York, New York.

21st Century Innovation: Universities Can Be Better than Industry at the Game!, Mississippi State University, April 12, 2011, Starkville, Mississippi.

AUTM National Software Course, February 27, 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada.

2010

Managing Creativity: Inspiration, Perspiration, Collaboration, and Beyond!, Purdue University (Calumet Campus), November 11, 2010, Hammond, Indiana.

Inspiration or Infringement? Where is the Line?, University of New Mexico, September 29, 2010, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Using Other Creatives’ Materials: Copyrights, Wrongs, and Defenses, Portland State University, September 23, 2010, Portland, Oregon.

Content Distribution in the 21st Century: How Did We Get Here?, University of Oregon, September 21, 2010, Eugene, Oregon.

Electronic Content: Derivatives, Joint Works, and Collaboration, University of Nebraska Medical Center, September 16, 2010, Omaha, Nebraska.

Managing Derivative Works in the Open Source Licensing Context, AUTM Software Course, June 17, 2010, Seattle, Washington.

Technology Transfer and Related Contracts and Intellectual Property Protection: A Comparative Discussion, European Union Sponsored Series, Warsaw Institute of Information Technology, May 22-23, 2010, Warsaw, Poland.

Ethics in Computer Sciences: 7 Guiding Principles, University of Illinois Computer Sciences, March 29, 2010, Chicago, Illinois.

Software Patenting: Processes and Strategy from the U.S. and International Perspective. AUTM National Meeting, March 19, 2010, New Orleans, Louisiana.

“Open” Infrastructure: Intellectual Property Forms to Obtain Public Benefits in Developing Countries and Regions, AUTM National Meeting, March 18, 2010, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Copyright, Other Intellectual Properties, and Licensing: The Basics, Dominican University, February 22, 2010, River Forest, Illinois.

2009

Business Method and Software Patenting: Current Developments in the U.S. and Europe. Association of University Technology Managers (“AUTM”) National Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

Preventative Defense: Addressing E-Discovery, Inventorship, and Infringement Issues to Avoid Litigation Risks. AUTM Central Region Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin.

Basic Software Licensing: Closed and Open Licensing. AUTM Central Region Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin.

Tales from the Front: Veterans’ Stories About How They Won the Software Battle. AUTM Central Region Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin.

Copyrights in the 21st Century: eBooks, Google, and Browsewraps. Zimmerman Library, University of New Mexico.

Open Innovation: The Story Behind the Story. Science and Technology Corporation, University of New Mexico.

The “AHA” Moment: Protecting Your Research & Scholarly Activities, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska.

IP from A to Z. AVS Science and Technology of Materials, Interfaces, and Processing. San Jose, California.

Software Advanced: Tales from the Front: Veterans’ Stories About How They Won the Software Battle, AUTM Webinar.

The Chemistry of Cooking. A Conversation with a Chef and an Entrepreneur, Ars/Scientia Series, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois.

Views from the Trenches: Software Commercialization Success Stories, AUTM Central Region Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin.

Licensing in the 21st Century: Suggestions to Make Life Easier, LES Oregon/SW Washington Chapter, Portland State Business Accelerator, Portland, Oregon.

Building a Successful License for All Occasions, Meeting of Oregon Universities (University of Oregon, Oregon Health & Science University, and Portland State University), Portland, Oregon.

Open Business: Smart Business Practices Using Open Source and Open Innovation Models, University of Illinois Computer Sciences, Chicago, Illinois.

Using Content in the 21st Century: The Contours of Public Domain and Fair Use Rights, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois.

Licensing: Formation to Commercialization Strategies, University of Illinois Computer Sciences, Chicago, Illinois.

Intellectual Property and Contract Basics for the Technology Transfer Office Professional, Group Optima Short Course to Japanese Tech Transfer Offices, Chicago, Illinois.

Telemedicine and Other New Medical Practices: Protecting and Commercializing Intellectual Property Assets in the post-Bilski World, Biosciences Entrepreneurship Program, Creighton College of Business, Omaha, Nebraska.

Intellectual Property Panel: Should I Practice Intellectual Property? Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago Kent Law School, Chicago, Illinois.

IP in a Nutshell.  Continental Packaging Solutions, Chicago, Illinois.

2008

“Open Source” Collaboration Outside the Software Context: Issues and Consequences. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Great Ideas to Commercialization: How to Stay on the Road to Success, 2008 Entrepreneurship Conference, Omaha, Nebraska.

Steps and Strategies to Prepare the Perfect License, University of Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas.

Fact versus Fiction: The Patenting of Software and Business Method Inventions. AUTM Central Region Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio.

Copyright and Trademarks and Software in the 21st Century. AUTM Software and Digital Media Course, Austin, Texas.

Identifying and Protecting Software and Business Method Inventions: A Primer: Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska.

Piracy, Copyright, and File-Sharing on College Campuses: Current Legal Perspective. Dominican University Symposium.

Software Commercialization. The Patenting of Software-Driven Systems and Business Methods: A Global Perspective. AUTM Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.

2007

Protecting Digital Media. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Protecting Your Great Idea. From Inventor to Entrepreneur: Bringing Your Ideas to Market. Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska.

Copyright and Trademark Proactive Management: Steps to Achieve Success. AUTM Central Region Meeting, Austin, Texas.

Capitalizing on Know-How. AUTM Central Region Meeting. Austin, Texas.

IP in a Nutshell.  Illinois Institute of Technology, College of Engineering, Chicago, Illinois.

2006

Anatomy of a License. AUTM Basic Licensing Course. St Louis, Missouri.

From Creative Idea to Commercial Success: You Can Get There from Here. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

New Sources for Inventions and Revenue: Business Methods and Services. AUTM Central Regional Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Overreaching: Licensing No-Nos or Limitations on the General Freedom to Contract. AUTM Central Regional Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The Perfect License in 5 Easy Steps. AUTM Software and Digital Media Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Open Source Software: When May Too Many Rights be Wrong? University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Copyright Policy and the Public Commons. Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois.

Licensing: Practical Steps Make Perfect. Conference of Georgia Universities, Athens, Georgia.

IP: Understanding Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks. Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago Kent Law School, Chicago, Illinois.

2005

The Art and Science of Licensing. AUTM Graduate Course, Atlanta, Georgia.

Copyright: How to Succeed in Business with a Little Bit (or Byte) of Trying. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Anatomy of a License. AUTM Basic Licensing Course, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Licensing: From the Inside Out. University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Business Method Patents: A Global Perspective. AUTM National Meeting, Scottsdale, Arizona.

IP and the Commercialization of New Technologies. Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, Illinois.

2004

Digital Media and IP Rights. University of Massachusetts Digital Media Conference, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.

Stretching Your Legal Budget: Patent and Litigation Strategies that Save Money. AUTM Central Regional Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Copyright and Trademark. A Tech Manager’s Tool. AUTM Software and Digital Media Course, Chicago, Illinois.

Building a Hybrid License: From the Inside Out. AUTM Software and Digital Media Course, Chicago, Illinois.

Copyrights Commons: What Commons? Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois.

Business Method Patents: The U.S. v. European Approach. Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany.

Collaboration: IP Truths and Consequences. Educational Track: Tools for Constructing Internal Collaboration. AUTM National Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

2003

Copyrights, Trademarks and Trade Secrets: The Other IP. National Council of University Research Administrators (“NCURA”) Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Patent Claim Construction and the Federal Circuit. Iowa State University, Perry, Iowa.

Too Much JAVA Will Do That: Lessons in Creating Functional Software Licenses. Iowa State University,

Software Licenses: How to Stay in the Copyright Express Lanes and Avoid the Contract Cut Off. Chicago Bar Association, Computer Law Committee, Chicago, Illinois.

Copyright Basics and Technology Transfer. University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Internal Policies: The Times are Changing. AUTM National Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

Software Commercialization: On Your Marks, Get Set, Go!. AUTM National Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

2002

Copyright Basics for the Research Administrator. National Council of University Research Administrators (“NCURA”) Annual Meeting, 2002. Washington, D.C.

Software Technology Transfer Workshop. University of Alberta, 2002. Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Copyright Management Basics. Chicago Medical School, 2002. Chicago, Illinois.

Joint Development: Ownership Consequences from the Copyright and Patent Perspective. AUTM Central Region Meeting, 2002. Omaha, Nebraska.

Approaches to Software Licensing: the Closed to Open Continuum. AUTM Central Region Meeting, 2002. Omaha, Nebraska.

Distance Education: Legal Issues. AUTM Software and Digital Media Course, 2002. Chicago, Illinois.

Functional Software Licenses: Focus on the Grants Clause. AUTM Software and Digital Media Course, 2002. Chicago, Illinois.

Intellectual Property Basics for the Software Developer. Purdue University, 2002. West Lafayette, Indiana.

Representing the Creative: Insights and Strategies. Chicago Bar Association, 2002. Chicago, Illinois.

Joint Ownership: Issues in Software Marketing. AUTM National Meeting, 2002. San Diego, California.

Distance Education: Issues and Opportunities. AUTM National Meeting, 2002. San Diego, California.

Fair Use in the University Context. Dominican University, 2002. River Forest, Illinois.

2001

Software Management. AUTM National Meeting, 2001. New Orleans, Louisiana.

New Perspectives in Content Licensing. Chicago Bar Association, 2001. Chicago, Illinois.

2000

Fantasy v. Reality in Software Licensing. AUTM Central Regional Meeting, August 7, 2000. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Unbundling of Copyright to Redefine Rights in Electronic Works. University of Illinois, 2000. Chicago, Illinois.

Doing Business On-Line. AUTM Software, Multimedia and Digital Media Course, 2000. Chicago, Illinois.

IP Protection of Software – Booting up in the New Age. AUTM National Meeting, 2000. Atlanta, Georgia.

Prior to 2000

Intellectual Property Issues in Distance Learning. University of Missouri Conference, 1999. Kansas City, Missouri.

Copyright Basics: How to Avoid Being Digital Roadkill on the Information Superhighway. AUTM National Meeting, 1999. San Diego, California.

Beyond Multimedia: The Rise of Interactive and Electronic Publishing. AUTM National Meeting, 1998. San Antonio, Texas.

Law and the Internet. Illinois Broadcasters Assoc. State Meeting, 1997. Glenview, Illinois.

International Intellectual Property Strategy. The Study Group, 1997. London, UK.

Trademarks: The Internet and More. AUTM Central Regional Meeting, 1997. Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Internet: Security and Insecurities. AUTM Regional/Licensing Executive Society Meeting, 1996. Chicago, Illinois.

Entertainment Businesses on the Internet, San Diego Comicon, 1996. San Diego, California.

Copyright Basics for the Technology Manager. AUTM National Meeting, 1996. Charleston, South Carolina.

Multimedia: Legal Basics for the Technology Manager. AUTM National Meeting, 1996. Charleston, SC

Fair Use and Multimedia. AUTM Central Regional Meeting, 1995. Ames, Iowa.

Intellectual Property Basics. Vogue School of Design, 1993. Chicago, Illinois.

Protection Strategies: To Patent or Not to Patent That is the Question. Licensing Executives Society Meeting: “Adding to the Bottom Line through Licensing”, 1990. Chicago, Illinois.


Our attorneys have contributed to publications including the following:

Handbooks/Books:

C. Valauskas, International Copyright Protection, AUTM Technology Transfer Practice Manual, Third Edition, Chapter 6

C. Valauskas, Emerging Bodies of Law: Rights of Privacy and Publicity, AUTM Technology Transfer Practice Manual, Third Edition, Chapter 15

C. Valauskas and C. Innes, Copyright Protection of Software, Multimedia, and Other Works: An Author’s Guide, Association of University Technology Managers’ Educational Series no. 4 (Published Feb. 2000) (translated into Japanese, Tokai University Press, 2004)

C. Innes and C. Valauskas, Development and Deployment of Digital Works in Universities: A Guide for Authors and Licensing Officers, Association of University Technology Managers’ Educational Series no. 5 (Published Feb. 2000) (translated into Japanese, Tokai University Press, 2004)

The Lawyers’ Manual on Professional Conduct, Bureau of National Affairs (1984)

Articles:

Articles that have appeared in publications including Boston College International and Comparative Law Review, Hastings International and Comparative Law Review, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Newsletter, and Chicago Medicine.