The Latest from Michelson IP
Thank you to everyone who joined us at The Future of Intellectual Property summit at USC.
Join us at the University of Southern California (USC) on November 15th as we discuss key trends in entertainment, biotech and global IP security!
Dr. Ayanna Howard is an entrepreneur, innovator, educator and an international expert in robotics who began her career working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory on research to develop the next generation of Mars rovers. She recently shared her thoughts on increasing the diversity among patent holders, the importance of IP to startup success, and women innovators in STEM fields.
Learn how copyright applies to Hulu across 3 major categories!
Georgia takes aim at becoming a global intellectual property leader.
Who owns the copyright on source code written by a freelance coder? Find out in this IP case study from ‘The Entrepreneurs Guide to IP’ featuring Diana Torres of Kirkland & Ellis!
Louis Foreman is the CEO of product development firm Enventys, publisher of Inventors Digest, and Entrepreneur in Residence at The McColl School of Business. We recently discussed his experiences in entrepreneurship and the importance of IP education in supporting innovation.
Lemelson-MIT’s recent ‘EurekaFest’ showcased how teams of young student inventors are addressing real-world problems with technological solutions.
Inventors Digest highlights Dr. Gary K. Michelson’s mission to empower students and aspiring inventors with IP education.
Our latest video clips feature USC Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship Luke Dauchot and guest lecturer Gavin Moler (Kirkland & Ellis).
Check out the latest video clips from ‘The Entrepreneurs Guide to IP’ featuring USC Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship Luke Dauchot (Kirkland & Ellis) and guest lecturer Marshall Phelps (IBM, Microsoft) discussing trade secrets, smartphone patents, and Phelps’ experience in IP at IBM.
Our recent webinar “Teaching Intellectual Property Content – Reflections & Tips” features faculty from Santa Monica College sharing their experience and best practices in teaching IP at the undergraduate level.
These short-form videos can be easily adapted into your college, university, or small business development center’s online resources.
Talk-show host Conan O’Brien recently came to an undisclosed settlement in joke theft lawsuit.
Last Thursday, 19 exceptional inventors were inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame, including the founders of BLACK+DECKER, a world leader in power tools and home utility products. Our founder, Dr. Gary K. Michelson, joined this group of the world’s greatest inventors back in 2011.
Happy Spring, everyone! We had a great time connecting with many of you at the recent AUTM, USASBE, and VentureWell OPEN convenings. It’s been wonderful to hear how many of you share our passion for supporting students, entrepreneurs, and creators with foundational IP education.
Click here for the press release. Irvine, CA, April 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This month Irvine, CA will play host to the inaugural make/SHIFT Makerspace Ecosystem Summit (make/SHIFT), presented by California Community Colleges Maker (CCC Maker),...
Hacking IP: Considerations for Startups and Entrepreneurs is making its way to one of our nation’s most innovative communities, Charlotte, NC. The fourth stop of the multi-city IP education program presented by the Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property (Michelson IP) will be hosted at Central Piedmont Community College on March 27th.
We are proud to team up with North Carolina’s Small Business Center Network (SBCN) in our first statewide partnership designed to provide small businesses throughout the state with a wealth of free learning materials and resources that support IP protection.
Kalamazoo Valley Community College announces an academic partnership with the Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property (MIIP) designed to democratize access to intellectual property education. Kalamazoo Valley is the only community college in the country to offer such education to the public at no cost.
Hacking IP: Considerations for Startups and Entrepreneurs is bound for the tech capital of the world, Silicon Valley! The third leg of the year-long multi-city IP education program presented by the Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property (MIIP)
Following the success of the Hacking IP: Considerations for Startups and Entrepreneurs kick-off in Los Angeles on October 24th, the Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property (MIIP) is thrilled to announce that Santa Rosa, California will play host to the second event in the year-long, multi-city program.
The Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property (MIIP) is excited to announce the launch of Hacking IP: Considerations for Startups and Entrepreneurs. The first event in this year-long multi-city program is presented in collaboration with co-host Santa Monica College (SMC) and kicks off today, Wednesday, October 24th in Los Angeles.
When: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT) Where: WeWork Fine Arts Building 811 West 7th Street Los Angeles, CA 90017 Click here to Register! About the Event: Every business has a name, a logo, a website, a database of contacts and...
The Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property (IP) promotes education on the importance of robust IP protections and respect for creative work, both of which are essential for innovation to thrive.