Texas Health CoLab’s Monthly Learning Series - Convening to strengthen the health innovation pipeline
The topic for our inaugural talk is "Intellectual Property: More than patents, a foundation for an organization’s value and security"
As the world economy continues to move away from a traditional manufacturing-based economy to a more knowledge-based economy, the value of an organization can increasingly be reflected through its intellectual property (IP). In this installment of our monthly learning series, hear from Trevor Lind from Lee & Hayes on key aspects and practical considerations relating to the protection of IP including:
- The Importance of Developing an IP Strategy
- Applying a Comprehensive IP Approach
- IP Pitfalls
About Our Speaker: Trevor is a partner in the IP practice group at Lee & Hayes. His practice focuses on many aspects of developing and enforcing IP portfolios for clients ranging in size from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Over the past 15 years, Trevor has developed IP experience in the electrical arts, chemical arts, and life sciences. In the life sciences, Trevor has experience with small molecules, synthetic biology, sequencing technologies, medical imaging, methods of treatment, and medical devices. Additionally, he has experience protecting IP in the intersections between the life sciences and the electrical arts, such as DNA computing technologies and machine learning in life science applications.
Event Sponsored by: Lee & Hayes, leehayes.com
Host: Dell Med CoLab