Tuesday, November 18, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Room 201-A (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Information Technology (10e)

#354 - Intellectual Assets in the Digital Era (10E05)
This session is intended to help businesses and universities better understand the opportunities and threats around intellectual assets (IA) in the digital era. Topics to be considered include the role of business method patents (often computer-related), the increasing importance of electronic defensive publications, the implications of disruptive innovation theory for IA strategy, the challenges and opportunities of licensing university technology, business success stories, etc.
Chair:Jeff Lindsay
CoChair:Mukund Karanjikar
3:15 PMStrategies and Current Trends for Protecting Intellectual Assets in the Face of Recent Developments; Is the “Patent Office” Becoming the “Rejection Office”?
Chris Lewis
3:40 PMThe Relationship Between Non-IP Intellectual Assets and IP
Mark Catan
4:05 PMStrategies and Current Trends for Policing, Enforcing and Resolving Disputes about Intellectual Assets
Harrie Samaras
4:30 PMDigitally Networked: Implications for Idea Management and Organizational Capability towards Innovation
Mukund Karanjikar
4:55 PMPatterns of Invention to Broaden Intellectual Property
Jack Hipple

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