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Drafting and Negotiating IP Rights in Sponsored Research Agreements

By Jesse Schwartz
Published: June 13th, 2018

A properly executed sponsored research agreement when partnering with industry is imperative to protect the university’s IP rights. Typically, an SRA will address ownership, licensing rights, confidentiality, publication rights, rights to future IP, and enforcement of all IP rights. Each term and condition of the agreement requires expert analysis and negotiation.

That’s why Technology Transfer Tactics’ Distance Learning Division is hosting an encore presentation of this critically important and highly rated one-hour program: Drafting and Negotiating IP Rights in Sponsored Research Agreements. The encore will be broadcast on June 21 at a special time, 11 a.m. eastern/4 p.m. London, to better accommodate our customers overseas who may have missed the original presentation.

Our experts — who have vast experience on both sides of the table — examine key considerations and outline critical provisions, while offering best practices for drafting and negotiating SRAs that protect your university’s interests without turning off industry sponsors. For complete details and to register, CLICK HERE.


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