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Seminar: IP Due Diligence

  • UCSF Byers Hall - 212 1700 4th Street San Francisco, CA, 94158 United States (map)

Early-stage companies will have to obtain funding or go through an exit process at some point in time. Since intellectual property (IP) often represents the bulk of an early stage company’s assets, investors will typically conduct due diligence on the IP during their evaluation process. Key areas that are evaluated include ownership of the IP, strength of the company’s IP, and freedom-to-operate. Join the Rosenman Institute on May 30 to get a primer on how to prepare for IP due diligence from Douglas Portnow and Piers Blewett from the IP law firm Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner.

Earlier Event: May 29
Deadline: IP Strategy Office Hours
Later Event: June 4
Innovators Forum (UCSF)