Published on July 8, 2009
What should an institutional policy touch on? How to decide these issues? How to implement?
IP that is included Who is covered Ownership of IP Disclosures Dispute resolution Protection of certain communities/Conflicts Responsibility for Management Splitting the money
Traditional division between Copyrights and Patents Ignoring of Trade-marks Good arguments to be made now that all IP should be brought into a policy Who decides when IP will be commercialized? (Researcher, funder, administration?)
Researchers Students Staff members How about visitors? Members of the local community allowed to use facilities? How to reconcile issues over collaborating partners?
Clear statement that IP is owned by X [Inventors; Funding Organization; Institution?] › Choice should be based on: who is best capable of doing the work? Obligations to sign patent documents › Need for institutional and individual signatures Consider ‘relief valve’ that lets researchers get ownership back
Open source? Academic publications Open innovation
Most important special case › transfer of ownership only when paid “full economic costs” › Meaning of FEC Publication limits Other issues related to working with industry
Can’t manage what you don’t know Initial information gathering Gather information relevant to initial valuation Need to balance information required and complexity to complete
Initiates management Can be used to pass information to: › Internal stakeholders (academic management) › External stakeholders When is something truly a disclosure?
Who is an Inventor? › Patent attorneys can answer to a point Useful to have some type of internal committee to arbitrate disputes Can also help with revenue splits
Inherent conflicts between supervisors and students How to protect students? Conflict between granting agency and host institutions Use of an intermediate authority Conflicts between inventors and institutions
They say: “It’s not the money, it’s the principle” They mean: “It’s the money!” How to determine? Institutional portion generally at least 50% after ‘costs’ What do costs mean? Include overhead, time etc? or just patents and outside personnel?
Does TT get a portion of revenues automatically? What other functions will they be given How to fund over ‘dry spells’?
Communication plan Also needs to see almost immediate services being available Practices (next section) are a critical piece of the puzzle
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