Course Details

University-Industry-Government Partnerships: Legal & Business Considerations

Academic institutions, companies, and federal agencies collaborate in many types of engagements, from sponsored research to technology transfer to student fellowship and recruitment. This course will explore the legal and business considerations involved in such bi- and multi-lateral engagements, such as intellectual property rights and ownership under the Bayh-Dole Act, IP licensing arrangements, start-ups and incubators, export controls and fundamental research, the Federal Acquisition Regulations, tax and private business use implications, research regulations, and international collaborations. Evaluation Method: No Final Exam Class Materials: No book required This course will meet during the 2015 Fall II Compression Week on 12/18 from 9am-5pm.

Catalog Number: REGLAW 955-0


Course History

Fall 2015
Title: University-Industry-Government Partnerships: Legal & Business Considerations
Faculty: Frey, Benedict
Section: 1     Credits: 0.5
Capacity: 24     Actual: 12