T Bone Burnett is a Grammy and Academy Award-winning producer, guitarist and songwriter. Jonathan Taplin, IPAS 2022 Keynote Speaker, is director emeritus at the USC Annenberg Innovation Lab and the author of “Move Fast and Break Things.” View Here
On May 2, Northeastern University hosted the IP awareness and literacy organization The Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU) for its 6th Intellectual Property Awareness Summit (IPAS), titled Bridges, Not Barricades. View Here
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USA, October 17, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — More than half of Americans believe they understand what copyrights, patents and trademarks are for. But according to a new survey conducted by the United States Intellectual Property Alliance (USIPA), a non-profit, they are thoroughly confused.
NEW YORK, NY, USA, June 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — With software representing as many as 63% of new U.S. inventions, businesses of all types are faced with the decision to protect their developments with patents or make them open and accessible for others to use and develop. Both can make sense depending on a company’s business model.
NEW YORK, NY, USA, December 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Maysa Razavi, Director of Global Brand Protection and Supply Chain Security for Moderna Therapeutics, and Derek Morales, Associate Counsel, Trademarks, for Estee Lauder, have joined the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding’s Education Committee.
Forbes cited the Center for Intellectual Property as a leader in the effort to make the innovation ecosystem more democratic and inclusive.
More than 130 people attended the hybrid 5th IP Awareness Summit on April 5th in person at the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business and online throughout the world. Watch the videos here.
There was a lot of energy about IP understanding, especially relating to world events in China, the Ukraine, Covid and crypto. It was 25 months to the day that IPAS 2020 was held at the Faculty Club, with just as many in-person attendees this year. View Here
“A fresh approach to learning why IP rights exist and who they benefit was introduced today by the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding, a non-profit. The CIPU-curated portal makes it easy for everybody to attain basic IP knowledge.
Viewers of all ages and backgrounds can begin to grasp the major IP concepts of sharing and protection through IPBasics.org. Site content features examples and explanations of the four types of intellectual property rights, including NIKE, LEGOS, iPhone and the Beyonce catalogue and products.” View Here
“Students at prestigious universities in the United States are not required to take even a single intellectual property (IP) course to fulfill the requirements for a graduate #business degree.
This is totally wild to me, and also completely unsurprising. In all the business classes I took at Santa Clara University, none mentioned #IP. Great job compiling this report Bruce Berman and The Center for Intellectual Property Understanding. In my opinion, we need to make learners aware of IP at a very early age, and not just IP itself, but how to commercialize it”
The Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU) prepared a report on Intellectual Property Education in US Business Schools (accompanied with this review by IP education expert Professor Ruth Soetendorp). The report looks at courses, content and instructors in twenty-one business schools that include IP-related courses in their curricula. Read more
CIPU advisory board member, Jame Pooley’s WSJ op-ed focuses on partisan pressure to release the rights associated with the COVID vaccine and why ‘it’s fraught with danger.’ Read More
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, USA, January 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — It was announced today that Jennifer Pariser, VP of Copyright and Legal Affairs of the Motion Picture Association, was named to the CIPU board. She previously lead copyright initiatives at the Recording Industry Association of America and Sony Entertainment, and was active in education outreach.
Manny Schecter, IBM’s Chief Patent Counsel and CIPU board member, discusses IP within the educational system.
The future of the American economy and our national security depend upon continued innovation. We need a work force skilled in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to enable the initiation of innovation required to drive the U.S. economy, and skilled in the role of intellectual property in promoting innovation…
By C. L. Max Nikias and Gary K. Michelson, M.D.
Intellectual property (IP) industries today generate 38.2 percent of total U.S. GDP, or an astonishing $6.6 trillion in annual output. IP is also responsible, directly and indirectly, for 30 percent of total U.S. employment ….
IBM’s Chief Patent Counsel, Manny Schecter (CIPU board member), looks at the lack of IP education in the U.S.
by Manny Schecter
Have you ever watched an episode of the television show Shark Tank? Contestants attempt to attract investments in their businesses by marketing them to moguls (the “sharks”). Innovation and entrepreneurship are strong themes. Virtually every contestant with a new product is asked about patent protection…