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IP Law Essentials for Principal Investigators, Faculty and Student Inventors


By Jesse Schwartz
Published: January 10th, 2018

It’s no secret that faculty researchers and student innovators don’t typically have a clear understanding of intellectual property law — but the consequences of simple errors that arise from lack of basic know-how can be devastating to future patent protection and commercialization plans.

That’s why Technology Transfer Tactics’ Distance Learning Division has created IP Law Essentials for Principal Investigators, Faculty and Student Inventors, a 2-session primer on IP and patent law specifically designed for PIs and faculty or student inventors. The two programs — IP Law 101 and IP Law 201 — cover the patent law basics and then delve into more advance concepts involved in protecting IP created in university labs.

For complete details and to order, CLICK HERE >>

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