AUTM 2014 Software Course

May 15-16, 2014

AUTMHamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to have been a sponsor of the AUTM 2014 Software Course, which took place in Nashville, TN from May 15-16, 2014.

AUTM Event Description:

Everything is turning up digital these days. From software to data to mobile apps, digital content can be challenging to manage, yet it can provide a wide range of commercialization opportunities. The AUTM Software Course is designed specifically for technology professionals who must answer the many questions associated with digital content. Who "owns" the content? What rights does my institution have? What type of IP protection best suits digital content? Is the open-source model best for distributing the content? What are the alternative pathways for distribution (online v. exclusive licensees)? And most timely: Is this a mobile application and how do we distribute it? Attendees will be presented with a broad range of relevant knowledge and examples, both basic and specific, so that they can handle the challenges and the opportunities that digital content may bring.

The AUTM Software Course is designed specifically for university licensing professionals who work with software and other information assets. The course will provide a survey of basic principles, as well as a study of best practices, emerging models and actual cases, that will benefit both newcomers and experienced practitioners. Participants will leave with the tools to handle basic to complex software asset management and licensing situations.

From our firm, Associate Chris Albert attended this conference.  Please see Chris' contact information below.

Chris Albert Chris Albert - Associate
Christopher.Albert@hbsr.com
617-607-5900 ext. 5938

For more information, please visit the AUTM website.

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May 15-16, 2014

AUTMHamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to have been a sponsor of the AUTM 2014 Software Course, which took place in Nashville, TN from May 15-16, 2014.

AUTM Event Description:

Everything is turning up digital these days. From software to data to mobile apps, digital content can be challenging to manage, yet it can provide a wide range of commercialization opportunities. The AUTM Software Course is designed specifically for technology professionals who must answer the many questions associated with digital content. Who "owns" the content? What rights does my institution have? What type of IP protection best suits digital content? Is the open-source model best for distributing the content? What are the alternative pathways for distribution (online v. exclusive licensees)? And most timely: Is this a mobile application and how do we distribute it? Attendees will be presented with a broad range of relevant knowledge and examples, both basic and specific, so that they can handle the challenges and the opportunities that digital content may bring.

The AUTM Software Course is designed specifically for university licensing professionals who work with software and other information assets. The course will provide a survey of basic principles, as well as a study of best practices, emerging models and actual cases, that will benefit both newcomers and experienced practitioners. Participants will leave with the tools to handle basic to complex software asset management and licensing situations.

From our firm, Associate Chris Albert attended this conference.  Please see Chris' contact information below.

Chris Albert Chris Albert - Associate
Christopher.Albert@hbsr.com
617-607-5900 ext. 5938

For more information, please visit the AUTM website.

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