Capturing Innovation - Intellectual Property Management For Entrepreneurs
November 18, 2013: 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Intellectual property expert and inventor James E. Malackowski will speak on "Capturing Innovation – Intellectual Property Management for Entrepreneurs.
City Gate Grill in Calamos Investments building
Meeting room is down steps below City Gate Grill
2020 Calamos Court
Take I-88 to Route 59, go North on Route 59 and turn right at first street (Westings Drive). From Westings, take an immediate right onto Calamos Court. Parking garage is on right. Go to City Gate Grill. Meeting room is down the steps below City Gate Grill.
James E. Malackowski will speak on "Capturing Innovation – Intellectual Property Management for Entrepreneurs. Mr. Malackowski is a nationally recognized expert in Intellectual Property assets. He is an inventor who holds 18 patents and is a frequent speaker on emerging technology markets. He has served as an expert in Federal Court of the International Trade Commission on questions of intellectual property economics, business valuation, reasonable royalty and price erosion. He has addressed audiences including Bloomberg Morning Call, CNBC Closing Bell, CNBC Street Signs, CBS News Radio and Fox Business National Television.
$15 for Chicago Booth alumni, students and faculty before November 14th. Price will increase to $20 after the 13th.
$20 for General Public. Price will increase to $25 after the 13th.
You can save $5 if you register by November 13.
6:30 PM-7:00 PM: Networking with light refreshments
7:00 PM-8:45 PM: Speaker presentation followed by Q&A
James E. Malackowski (Speaker)
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Tomo, LLC, Ocean Tomo, LLC
Mr. Malackowski is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Tomo, LLC, an integrated Intellectual Capital Merchant Banc™ firm providing financial products and services related to Intellectual Property. Ocean Tomo is the founder of the Intellectual Property Exchange International, Inc. where Mr. Malackowski serves as Co-Chairman.
As an inventor, Mr. Malackowski has eighteen issued U.S. patents.
Mr. Malackowski is a founding and continuous member of the IP Hall of Fame Academy. He has been recognized annually since 2007 by leading industry publications as one of the fifty most influential people in intellectual property and /or one of the 'World's 300 Leading IP Strategists'. In 2011 Mr. Malackowski was selected by the World Economic Forum as one of less than twenty members of the Network of Global Agenda Councils to focus on questions of IP policy. Mr. Malackowski is Past President for The Licensing Executives Society International, Inc. and LES USA & Canada, Inc. He is a Director of the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Research Center and has served since 2002 as a Trustee or Director of Invent Now, Inc., an organization providing summer enrichment programs for more than 80,000 students annually. He is the Founder of the Chicago based Center for Applied Innovation (CAI), an Illinois non-profit corporation created to manage education, public policy outreach and related economic activity around applied technology and intellectual property rights with a focus on technology transfer to lesser developed countries.
Mr. Malackowski is a frequent speaker on emerging technology markets and related financial measures. He has addressed mass media audiences including Bloomberg Morning Call, Bloomberg Evening Market Pulse, Bloomberg Final Word, CNBC Closing Bell, CNBC On the Money, CNBC Street Signs, CBS News Radio and Fox Business National Television. Mr. Malackowski has also appeared as a judge on PBS's Everyday Edisons.
He is a frequent Adjunct Instructor for graduate studies on IP management and markets and a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Notre Dame majoring in accountancy and philosophy. Mr. Malackowski is Certified in Financial Forensics, a Certified Licensing Professional and a Registered Certified Public Accountant in the State of Illinois.
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No credit cards at the door, only cash and checks.
Dress is business casual.