Sarah Knight moderated the closing plenary session at the AIPLA 2015 Mid Winter Institute in Orlando, Florida. The closing plenary session, entitled “Monetizing Your IP Portfolio and Resolving Disputes in Licensing,” addressed techniques for evaluating and effectively monetizing an IP portfolio, and the role that disputes play in licensing. Attendees learned how to value their intellectual property, the best strategies for dispute-free licensing, how to use post-grant proceedings in the US and Europe as part of a licensing strategy, how licensing settlement agreements are viewed competitively in the US and Europe, and the effect of recent Supreme Court decisions in these areas along with the ethical considerations in licensing, including ethical concerns for non-practicing entities (NPEs).
AIPLA 2015 Mid-Winter Institute
Get in Touch with Our Team Today
IP Empowerment Redefined
* Talem IP's Florida practice is limited to matters before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
Associate Patent Attorney
Brittany Price writes and prosecutes patents before the United States Patent & Trademark Office on behalf of our clients. Her interest in information technologies and software has led to a focus on an array of computer related technologies in addition to privacy, security, and copyright.
Outside of work, She enjoys being with family (including her two cats), watching television, trying new food, and going to theme parks!
UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law (2019-2022), Juris Doctor
- Intellectual Property Law Certificate, 2022
- Board Member of Student Intellectual Property Law Association
Auburn University (2015-2019), B.S. in Microbial, Cellular, and Molecular Biology
Storage Devices (SSD & HDD)
Automated Storage Systems
Patent preparation & Prosecution