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IPMM 500: Context/Introduction and Protecting IP
This introduction will address the relatively unique nature of intangible property and the key ways it differs from "brick and mortar" assets. Some historical background on property structures will be covered. The rapid growth of patent, trademark, and copyright protection and ...
Professors: Mickie Piatt
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IPMM 501: Managing the Creative Process
This course will address the strategies, tactics, and metrics required to build and manage the human capital within an organization which creates and leverages IP. Topics include: competitive advantage through human capital management (HCM); organizational structure and HCM; ch...
Professors: Jacqueline A. Leimer; Jeremy P. Alexis; Jianwen Liao
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IPMM 502: IP Assessment
This course will provide students with an understanding of why businesses dependent on IP should carry out regular assessments of their own IP assets as well as assessments of IP obtainable from third parties and IP owned by their competitors. Students will learn a wide variety ...
Professors: Mickie Piatt
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IPMM 503: Acquiring IP
An in-depth examination of the ways IP may be acquired other than through creation. Topics include: asset purchase; business transactions such as joint ventures and joint development; strategic alliances; licenses; mergers and acquisitions; and patent pooling. Emerging issues ...
Professors: Gerald Brown
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IPMM 504: IP and Business Strategy
Business Strategy is about creatively deploying organizational resources, including intellectual property, in order to create a sustainable competitive advantage for the company. In turn, sustainable competitive advantage is the key to long-term profitability of the company. In t...
Professors: M Krishna Erramilli
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IPMM 505: Global IP Management
This is a broad course covering the critical areas of IP portfolio management in a variety of business settings. The course focuses on the role of innovation and intellectual property within the global operation of companies and addresses strategies for global IP coverage, inclu...
Professors: Eliezer Geisler
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IPMM 506: Maximizing IP Value
This is an examination of the methods used to value IP in various settings: IP owned by a business; IP which is the target of acquisition; and IP which has been asserted against a business by a third party IP owner. All of the methods examined will be anchored in a review of ap...
Professors: Faculty TBA; Michael Milani
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IPMM 507: No Title
This course will provide an experiential learning opportunity which brings together and applies the new knowledge, experiences, and expertise derived from the doctrinal classes. Working in teams, students will create an intellectual property strategy and plan for a business or i...
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IPMM 507: Capstone
This course will provide an experiential learning opportunity which brings together and applies the new knowledge, experiences, and expertise derived from the doctrinal classes. Working in teams, students will create an intellectual property strategy and plan for a business or i...
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