The Latest from Michelson IP
Need some good reading material? Here’s a quick recap of the stories we loved diving into for October 2020.
If you’re working with others on projects where intellectual property (IP) may be developed in the process, you’ll likely want to take into account issues of joint authorship and work for hire. In this blog post, we’ll explain some of the fundamentals, and share a few examples of cases where these issues may be involved.
Mark your calendars for this free, virtual event co-hosted by the Lemelson-MIT Program and Michelson IP!
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing universities to make structural changes [...] This crisis is an opportunity for institutions to rebuild their innovation ecosystem into one that is outcomes-oriented, promotes IP literacy across disciplines, and leads to wealth...
The next phase of Michelson IP's dynamic partnership with NACCE begins with the announcement of five member colleges as part of the newly launched IP Educator in Residence initiative. These IP Educators in Residence will comprise an inclusive community of faculty who...
When people think of copyrights they often think about books, songs, and movies – but you don’t have to be an author, musician, or filmmaker to be concerned with copyrights. There are many items, particularly those created in the course of business, that can also be protected.
Need some good reading material? Here’s a quick recap of the stories we loved diving into for September 2020.
Developed by our friends at the Zürich University of Applied Science (ZHAW) School of Management and Law in Switzerland and led by Dr. Ben Graziano, the Intellectual Property (IP) Canvas is a strategic management tool devised to help startups efficiently gain insight into how IP operates within their business.
One of the single most important legal agreements you can use to protect your intellectual property (IP) is a non-disclosure agreement or NDA. And here’s why…
Need some good reading material? From startups to the future of work to innovation education – here’s a quick recap of the top stories we loved diving into this month!
In our latest blog piece, we cover the top three things students should know about IP and how to manage the sharing and protection of ideas in an academic setting.
Need some good reading material? Here’s a quick recap of the stories we loved diving into for July 2020!
Michelson IP announces engineering student, Jaseem Bhatti, as winner of 2020 writing contest.
Learn about our recent high school “IP Week” pilot with Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Los Angeles! We share 5 key steps to help you integrate IP into your curriculum while keeping students engaged.
Your company’s intellectual property is a valuable asset in need of strong protection. In this article, we’ll explain how to protect your company’s IP with employee policies.
Looking for additional educational materials, or ready to protect your IP? We’ve put together a helpful collection of some of our favorite external resources.
This spring, we partnered with VentureWell to conduct focus groups on university-based IP education and policy. See the full report on findings and key opportunities to strengthen these IP support ecosystems.
We conclude the basics of Trademark Searching and what to keep in mind during your initial search in Part 2 of our series.
We cover the basics of Trademark Searching and what to keep in mind during your initial search in Part 1 of our series.
Over the past few years, Michelson IP has been pleased to have a dynamic and impactful partner in NACCE – the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship! Read more of the insights and solutions uncovered with our Partner, Plug-in, Pioneer: NACCE Partnership update.
In this article, we provide a basic overview of licensing and answer some of the most common questions we get on the topic – including how to choose the best licensing agreement.
This spring, we partnered with VentureWell to conduct focus groups on university-based IP education and policy. Following three focus group conversations, the findings highlighted key opportunities to strengthen IP support ecosystems for our entrepreneurial students.