Course Overview

Transforming laboratory research into innovative products requires a blend of technical, business and legal expertise. The University of California accredits this 10-day program, organized by the UC Davis International Law Programs and PIPRA. The course combines lectures, discussions, and experiential learning to offer a comprehensive understanding of how to manage intellectual property (IP) to maximize commercial success and public benefit for R&D investments.

Who Should Attend

This program is designed to enhance lawyers and non-lawyers skills in the management of IP portfolios.

Course Curriculum

Include a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of IP: U.S. and international IP protection, IP management for commercialization, negotiating licensing agreements, starting and managing technology transfer offices, startups and spin-offs.

Field Trips

Don't miss the opportunity to visit law firms, incubators, innovation centers, and start-up companies in the Silicon Valley, the Greater Sacramento area and the Napa wine industry.

Origins of previous students.
Quote from Sponsor WIPO.