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“Using IP and Technology and Outsourcing Agreements to Develop, Evaluate, Purchase and Con…

January 16, 2008

“Using IP and Technology and Outsourcing Agreements to Develop, Evaluate, Purchase and Control Risks in ‘Green Technology’”

William A. Tanenbaum, Partner and International Chair of the Technology, Intellectual Property and Outsourcing Group, hosted "Using Intellectual Property Law and Technology and Outsourcing Agreements to Develop, Evaluate, Purchase and Control Risks in 'Green Technology,'" a webinar originally webcast on January 16, 2008. The program discussed: how IP law will be used offensively to protect innovations; how agreements for data center technologies will change; how early stage Green Technology development companies can strategically use outsourcing to maximize venture capital and outside investment; how to effectively control R&D and knowledge processing outsourcing to maintain competitive advantage; how to control the increased competitive intelligence risks introduced by outsourcing; and how buyers and users of Green Technology should use IP due diligence outsourcing to evaluate Green Technology providers. The webinar is part of the monthly CLE Tanenbaum on Technology Law and More series sponsored by West and Celesq®.

January 16, 2008

External Link: For more information on this webinar, click here. (link will open in a new window)