Cox Speaking on Medical Device Panel at the AUTM 2016 Western Region Meeting

November 2, 2016
Honolulu, HI

Pamela L. Cox, partner and chair of Marshall, Gerstein & Borun’s IP Transactions practice, will speak on a panel addressing trends in the medical device industry and university technology transfer at the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) 2016 Western Region Meeting. The panel, moderated by Rakhi Gibbons, Associate Director, Biomedical & Life Sciences Licensing at Tech Launch Arizona, University of Arizona, will also include:

  • John Burke, District Manager at Cook Medical
  • Renee Compton Ryan, Vice President, Venture Investments at the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Center

The AUTM 2016 Western Region Meeting will be held at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort in Honolulu, HI from November 1–4, 2016. For more information, click here.

Pamela Cox concentrates on counseling related to intellectual property transactions, protection and transfer for clients ranging from multinational corporations to non-profit institutions.

"Pamela Cox is one of the country’s leading licensing authorities. Nobody works harder than [this] thoroughly commercial lawyer who can quickly get her head around even the most labyrinthine deals. She quickly comes to your rescue with practical guidance in very tight timeframes and is an indispensable ongoing resource who can navigate worldwide negotiations with ease. She is [also] a pre-eminent authority on university technology transfer and licensing acting for commercial and non-profit clients." – IAM Patent 1000

She is “highly recommended” for licensing, and described as one of “The World's Leading IP Patent and Technology Licensing Lawyers” by Intellectual Asset Management.

Active in the profession, Ms. Cox was honored in 2016 with the President’s Award for Individual Service, recognizing her outstanding years of leadership and service as Chair of the LESI Life Sciences Committee. She is a Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) and serves on the Board as Secretary for CLP and an adjunct professor at Northwestern Law School.