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Saving Time and Increasing Productivity with iEdison: Reassessing the Subject Invention Requirement and Minimizing Reporting Errors

Format: On-Demand Video/Transcript, or DVD
Originally presented: Tuesday, July 30, 2019

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Reporting inventions in iEdison can be a clunky, time-sucking task that is riddled with compliance hurdles, error notifications and reporting requirements. Many universities have made it policy and procedure to report ALL inventions into iEdison upon disclosure to the TTO. But that’s not necessary or even wise to do. Not all inventions are backed by federal funds, and not all disclosures can be fully vetted to meet the subject invention requirement. This causes major strife for the reporting officer or patent coordinator because — as TTO staff know all too well — correcting reporting errors is an absolute nightmare in iEdison.

That’s why Technology Transfer Tactics, in partnership with iEdison expert Tyson Benson, associate with Bejin Beinemam, has created this critically important compliance webinar.

Saving Time and Increasing Productivity with iEdison: Reassessing the Subject Invention Requirement and Minimizing Reporting Errors

Mr. Benson will focus on teaching you how to save time with iEdison by providing an in-depth view of what a subject invention is and what really needs to be reported. 

Here’s a brief look at what he’ll cover:

  • An in-depth overview of the regulations related to subject inventions
  • How to determine what is a subject invention
  • Review of relevant case law related to subject inventions
  • How to implement time-saving strategies in your technology transfer office
  • Avoiding errors and minimizing correction hassles

Meet Your Presenter:

Tyson BensonTyson Benson
Of Counsel
Bejin Beinemam

Tyson Benson is a patent attorney with over a decade of intellectual property experience.  His intellectual property law practice is primarily devoted to the procurement, management, and protection of patent rights for his clients’ most important technologies.

As a patent attorney who began his career as a Computer Engineer, Tyson understands the importance of innovation and has the technical expertise to serve clients from virtually any industry. He has served clients ranging from start-ups to universities to Fortune 500 companies in obtaining patent protection in a wide variety of new and emerging technologies. Tyson has experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the areas of: automotive systems, electric vehicles, blockchain technologies, machine learning, integrated circuit technologies, semiconductor device fabrication, software, hardware, e-commerce, telecommunications, medical devices, and the mechanical arts. Tyson has obtained patents on technologies that have been featured in Popular Mechanics and SportTechie.  Tyson has drafted multiple claim sets that have withstood scrutiny during Inter Partes Review proceedings.   

Tyson also assists clients in managing their patent portfolios, performing due diligence investigations of intellectual property portfolios, evaluating the validity and enforceability of patents, and providing litigation support.  He is also regularly involved in securing trademark protection, negotiating profitable licensing agreements, providing litigation support and conducting freedom to operate analyses.  Tyson helps clients frame their valuable intellectual property assets within the bigger picture of their total business strategy.  He is an enthusiastic advocate for his clients’ work and for safeguarding their assets through the approvals process and onto the open market.

Prior to entering law practice, Tyson was a DRAM Product Engineer at Micron Technology in Boise, Idaho.

Tyson regularly presents on intellectual property related topics and has been featured in multiple publications for his insight on the nuances of patent law. For example, Tyson has presented on autonomous vehicles, Bayh-Dole compliance, patent eligible subject matter issues, and the American Invents Act.

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