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LAB Project Conference on Industry/Academic Collaborations: Lessons from the Trenches

LAB Project - UC Hastings College of the Law

Wednesday, February 29, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)

San Francisco, CA

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Keynote Speaker:  

Chris Vein, The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy


         Innovation remains a major driver of economic growth in this country, and research universities provide a key reservoir of innovation. Increasingly, universities and industry have joined forces to translate that potential into jobs and commercial industries. Designing the complex legal and business frameworks for these collaborations is an evolving art, which will be discussed by those at the forefront of these transactions.

 

          Our high-powered panel consists of Fortune 100 companies and their university partners, who will describe collaborations in the dynamic fields of life science, renewable energy, and computing. We are fortunate to feature some of the most significant collaborations in the country:

Google with Berkeley;

Hoffman-LaRoche with Harvard;

Intel with Stanford;

Pfizer with UCSF; and

BP with Berkeley.

Schedule:

8:30 - 9:00 - Registration & Breakfast

9:00 - 12:00 - Morning Session


Session Chair: Robin Feldman, UC Hastings Professor of Law, 

Director LAB Project


Intel & Stanford University

  • Sally O'Neil—Stanford University Office of Technology Licensing, Manager of Industrial Contracts Office
  • Susan Capello—Intel Senior Intellectual Property Attorney

BP & UC Berkeley

  • Carol Mimura — UC Berkeley Assistant Vice Chancellor for Intellectual Property & Industrial Research Alliances 
  • Paul Willems —BP Technology Vice President
Academic Commentator: Mario Biagiolo, UC Davis Distinguished Professor of Science and Technology Studies and Law, Director Center for Science and Innovation Studies 

Livestream Questions Moderator:  Josh Horowitz, Executive Director LAB Project

12:00 - 12:30 - Break:  Lunch Provided

12:30 - 1:00 - Keynote Address

  • Keynote:  Chris Vein, The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Government Innovation, Deputy Chief Technology Officer

1:00 - 4:00 - Afternoon Session


Session Chair: Robin Feldman, UC Hastings Professor of Law, 

Director LAB Project

   

Pfizer & UCSF

  • Erik Lium—UCSF Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director of the Office of Innovation, Technology & Alliances
  • Irine Shin—UCSF Associate Director, Industry Contracts Division
  • Louisa Daniels—Pfizer Vice President and Assistant General Counsel
  • Mike Warner—Pfizer Assistant General Counsel

 Google & AMP Lab

  • Jeff Walz— Google Head of University Relations
  • Armando Fox — UC Berkeley Adjunct Associate Professor, Co-founding Principal Investigator, AMP Lab

 Hoffman-LaRoche & Harvard University

  • Cris Rothfuss—Harvard University Office of Technology Development, Director of Technology Transactions
  • Laura Berner — Genentech Senior Corporate Counsel 
Academic Commentator: Chris Mammen, UC Hastings Acting Assistant Dean of International & Graduate Programs

Attorney Commentator: Vern Norviel, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Partner

Livestream Questions Moderator:  Josh Horowitz, Executive Director LAB Project

CLE:
For attending attorneys, an estimated 5.5 CLE credits towards the California Bar will be provided.


About LAB Project:

LAB Project is a specialized intellectual property program of UC Hastings Law. In LAB Project’s new pilot IP clinics, law students work with UCSF scientists to evaluate the intellectual property potential of UCSF innovations and with start-up companies at the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3) to develop their intellectual property strategies.

 

Co-sponsored with:

 

Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal

 

 

Support is provided by:

 

Hastings Intellectual Property Association

 

Have questions about LAB Project Conference on Industry/Academic Collaborations: Lessons from the Trenches? Contact LAB Project - UC Hastings College of the Law

When & Where



UC Hastings College of the Law
ARC Room, 2nd Floor
200 McAllister Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Wednesday, February 29, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)


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