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Webinar: IP Monetization
June 9, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
NDIA New England Webinar Series
Presented by Raytheon & McCarter & English
Please join NDIA New England, Raytheon and McCarter and English for a live webinar workshop with industry experts to discuss how the contribution of IP monetization can affect your company bottom line. The workshop will address the financial imperatives and common challenges faced relative to IP issues with customers and suppliers. Topics will include:
- What is IP?
- How to protect and license the content of your IP
- How IP is not just patents, many forms of IP can be monetized
- How technology has made it easier for others to take and adopt our technology if we let them
- Ways to spot potential IP monetization opportunities
The event is free and attendees will be encouraged to participate. We hope you can join us to take advantage of this great opportunity to explore the potential strategic use of your company IP, and create a new revenue stream to improve your company’s profile.
About the Presenters
David J. Rikkers
Sr. IP Counsel, Raytheon Missiles & Defense
David J. Rikkers is Sr. IP Counsel at Raytheon Missiles & Defense, a business of Raytheon Technologies. He leads intellectual property strategies across a global portfolio of air and missile defense systems, precision weapons, radars, command and control systems and advanced defense technologies.Rikkers, a registered patent attorney, mechanical engineer and U.S. Air Force veteran, has over 25 years of technology and legal experience. Early in his career, he served as the Chief Engineer of DoD technology development and procurement programs at the Electronics Systems Center and later with the Secretary of the Air Force, Office of the General Counsel for Acquisition. He also served as an intern for Judge Newman at the U.S.Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has over a decade of law firm experience in commercial intellectual property management, transactions and litigation. Rikkers received his Juris Doctorate from The George Washington University Law School and his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology..
Lee Bromberg is a partner at McCarter & English, LLP where he concentrates on intellectual property litigation, including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets in high technology and life sciences industries. He has extensive experience in the trial of multi-million dollar patent infringement cases, and has handled trademark and copyright disputes for nationally-known companies. Lee’s practice also includes client counseling, licensing, negotiation and alternative dispute resolution in intellectual property and complex commercial matters. Lee has previously served as court-appointed discovery master in patent litigation and as Special Assistant Attorney General in Massachusetts civil rights cases. He has also been an expert witness on patent litigation and in trademark cases. He has been active as a speaker for the American Bar Association, the Boston Patent Law Association, and the Boston Bar Association, among others. Education: J. D. Harvard Law School, M. A. Cornell University, B. A. University of Michigan.
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