Are Your Clients Getting the Most out of Their IP?
Attorneys who understand what intellectual property is worth and how it can be monetized are able to provide a much better service to their clients. This focused program will teach you different approaches to IP valuation, how businesses today are generating economic returns from their intellectual assets, and how to get a leg up in contractual negotiations involving intellectual property. Don't miss this important opportunity to elevate your practice skills - register today!
Learn how to determine the value of intellectual property in different contexts.
Discover strategies for exploiting/generating value from a company's intellectual capital.
Get best practices for assignments, licensing, and contractual negotiations.
Approaches to Intellectual Property Valuation
Valuing IP in Different Contexts
How Businesses Can Generate Economic Returns From the Value of IP
Assignments, Licensing, and Contractual Negotiations
ARTHUR K. SHAFFER is an attorney with Intellectual Property Center, LLC. He earned his B.S. degree from Kansas State University and his J.D. degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City, with an emphasis in the areas of litigation and protection of intellectual property rights. Using electrical and computer engineering principles, Mr. Shaffer developed control systems for use in the largest and most demanding projects around the world, including the new Hong Kong airport. He has utilized his legal skills as an attorney in roles within the government, a Fortune 500 company, and various small businesses. Mr. Shaffer has spoken before various legal, civic, social and professional organizations. As a founder of the Intellectual Property Center, LLC, he has dedicated his legal career to serving entrepreneurs and businesses by helping them protect and promote their intellectual innovations, including their copyrights, trademarks and patents. Mr. Shaffer also volunteers with the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) by mentoring small businesses on a variety of issues.
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