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Maintaining Compliance with iEdison: A Practical Guide for Universities

Format: On-Demand Video/Transcript, or DVD
Originally presented: January 25, 2018

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iEdison is the mechanism that helps government grantees and contractors comply with the Bayh-Dole Act — which requires that government funded inventions be reported to the federal agency who made the award.

Sounds simple, right? Well, not so much…

Universities report frustration keeping current with reporting requirements, as well as keeping up-to-date information reported in a timely manner. Managing older inventions and weeding through countless notifications can be time-consuming and confusing. On top of all that, ensuring the way you report and update your inventions doesn’t raise compliance red flags is a huge challenge.

That’s why Tech Transfer Central’s Distance Learning Division has teamed up with attorney Tyson Benson, Associate with Harness, Dickey & Pierce, PLC, for this critical webinar:

Maintaining Compliance with iEdison: A Practical Guide for Universities

In this one-hour session, Mr. Benson will provide practical guidance on how to manage these complex compliance responsibilities. Here is a sneak peek at the agenda:

  • Understanding iEdison reporting and policy requirements
  • Review the latest updates to iEdison reporting procedures
  • How to avoid of common reporting mistakes
  • Steering clear of verbiage that raises red flags

PLUS! Hear the recording from the live Q&A portion of the program!

Meet your session leader:

Tyson BensonTyson Benson
Harness, Dickey & Pierce, PLC
Troy, Michigan

Tyson’s current practice is focused on providing patent protection and portfolio management strategies for his clients’ most important technologies.  He is also regularly involved in securing trademark protection, negotiating profitable licensing agreements, providing litigation support and conducting freedom to operate analyses.  Tyson takes pride in serving clients that range from start-ups to universities to Fortune 500 companies.  As a patent attorney who began his career as a computer engineer, he understands the importance of innovation and has the technical expertise to serve clients from virtually any industry.  He is highly regarded for being an enthusiastic advocate for his clients’ work and for safeguarding their assets through the approvals process and onto the open market.  Tyson is a frequent speaker and webinar guest on topics that include patent prosecution, legal updates, and intellectual property.

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