June 28, 2023 | Pamela Cox to Present Do’s and Don’ts of IP Agreements for Certified Licensing Professionals Training (CLP)
Partner and Chair of IP Transactions, Pamela Cox will be a panelist during Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc. (CLP)’s webinar “The Dos and Don’ts of IP Agreements: Top Tips from Experts” on Wednesday, June 28 at 12pm ET.
Pam will join Kathy Ku, Chief Licensing Advisor, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and Hayley French, Chief Executive Officer, HPF Bio Ltd. and Vesalius Biocapital Partners on a panel moderated by Fiona Nicolson, Burness Paull LLP & CLP Board Member.
Pam and the panelists will provide their years of collective insight on developing, drafting and negotiating IP licenses from licensor/licensee and for-profit/non-profit perspectives. The panelists will also address opportunities they see to improve the agreement development process.
Participants attending this session can use this as partial credit towards the education and training requirement for the CLP-Associate credential or for existing CLP holders seeking to recertify.
A long-time active supporter of advancing the licensing profession and governance, Pam is the former President of the Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc. and former Member of the Board. Pam is Past Corporate Secretary and six-year Member of the Board of the Licensing Executive Society International (LESI), Co-Founder and current Chair of the Women in Licensing Alliance (WILA), Founder of LESI Life Science Advisory Board, and former Vice-Chair of External Relations Committee, Chair of LESI Life Science Committee, International Delegate for LES USA-Canada and Chair of the LES USA/Canada Chicago Chapter. Pam is heading into her 10th year as an adjunct professor in Intellectual Property Licensing at Northwestern School of Law. Pam is also Chair of the firm’s IP Transaction Practice, the Women’s Committee and a member of the Marketing Committee.
Pam is talented at unraveling complex deal structures and devising creative agreement solutions. She focuses her practice on intellectual property transactions, protection, and dispute resolution for clients ranging from multinational corporations to non-profit institutions.