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Tuesday, October 7 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Changing How You Address Intellectual Property Issues

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Tips for the Institution and Those Who Support It

This presentation will address Intellectual Property concerns from three viewpoints:  the institution; institutional staff; and consultants and service providers.  The speaker will discuss the critical stake that institutions have in intellectual property relating to copyright, patenting, technology transfer, the use of databases in research, and distance education.  The institution must develop clear and coherent policies to protect its interests.  Such policies must be understood and adhered to by staff and consultants and service providers, yet must be flexible enough to promote cooperation and synergies among all those who support the institution's mission.


Moderators
avatar for Fr. Charles F. Shelby, C.M.

Fr. Charles F. Shelby, C.M.

Vice Chancellor, Office of Advancement, DePaul University
Since September 2005 Rev. Charles F. Shelby, C.M., has served as a Vice Chancellor at DePaul University in Chicago.  His duties are university-wide and include promoting the Vincentian and Catholic mission of the university, public relations, fund-raising, and correspondence.  | Father Shelby is a priest of the Congregation of the Mission of Saint Vincent de Paul.  This religious community is dedicated to following Jesus Christ, the... Read More →

Speakers
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Brian Gilomen, J.D.

Adjunct Faculty, DePaul University, School of Public Service
Brian Gilomen received his B.S. in political Science (with an additional major in Theater) from the University of Illinois in 1976, and his J.D. from IIT/Chicago/Kent College of Law in 1979.  After a 5-year stint in a large private Chicago law firm representing public utilities, he worked in the competitive telecom sector for a number of years prior to joining the legal department of Ameritech (a spin-off of AT&T, which was acquired by... Read More →


Tuesday October 7, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Salon C

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