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Fall 2016 Class Descriptions

As of 7/21/2018 5:56:14 AM

IP & Innovation Strategy

Intellectual Property and Innovation Strategy

The course examines intellectual property and innovation strategies for startup ventures, including early stage intellectual property and legal decisions. Topics will include an overview of building an IP portfolio, freedom to operate, establishing and protecting a brand, protecting software IP, entity formation, venture capital financing, IP monetization, research conflicts of interest, and due diligence as they relate to all stages of entrepreneurial ventures--from the invention stage, to entity formation and financing, through exit. This course does not require students to have a technical background, although students should have an interest in launching or representing ventures based on technical innovation. This class includes graduate level engineering and science students who will be working on technological innovations they have created.

3.00 hours