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Reinforcing University IP Policies to Protect Data Ownership & Monetization

By Jesse Schwartz
Published: January 20th, 2021

In recent years, data output among research institutions has expanded exponentially. And while virtually all institutions have patent policies in place covering ownership and handling of patentable inventions, data policies are still very mixed and sometimes completely absent. As more and more institutions monetize their data, the importance of a well-considered institutional data policy has become critical.

That’s why Tech Transfer Central’s Distance Learning Division has teamed up with two attorneys from Amster, Rothstein and Ebenstein, LLP, along with data licensing experts from both MIT and Duke University, to bring you this critical presentation: Reinforcing University IP Policies to Protect Data Ownership & Monetization, scheduled for January 26th.

Register today to learn how to examine your existing IP policies for all types of data coverage, identify gaps that need reinforcing, and gain a solid understanding of the controlling federal regulations as well as potential liabilities. Our world-class panel will also cover licensing and royalty distribution issues, along with risks and best practices related to data storage, retention, and access. For complete details and to register, click here.

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