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 A Primer on Intellectual Property Licensing
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 : Heather Meeker


A PRIMER ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LICENSING (Second Edition) is a compact, practical guide to one of the most dynamic and popular areas of legal practice today—intellectual property licensing. Developed by an attorney (advocate) in private practice who specializes in Silicon Valley technology licensing, this guide presents the basic rules of law you need to know for a licensing practice, along with helpful examples of contractual language, practice tips, and insights on custom and practice in the industry. This textbook is appropriate for a law school or business school seminar, or for practicing attorneys who wish to expand their practice into this exciting field. Individual chapters from this text are also available for seminars and CLE presentations (in electronic format).
Heather Meeker is an attorney (advocate) in private practice at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, a leading technology law firm in Silicon Valley, and specializes in drafting and negotiating intellectual property transactions for software and other technology clients. She also serves as an adjunct professor at Hastings College of the Law, teaching a seminar in intellectual property licensing, for which this textbook was developed. Ms. Meeker has degrees from Yale College and Boalt Hall School of Law. She clerked for the United States Circuit Judge John Porfilio of the Tenth Circuit. Ms. Meeker has published numerous law review articles and practice-oriented articles in the area of law and technology, and has a special interest in open source software licensing. She serves as the co-chair of the Open Source committee of the ABA’s Science and Technology Law Section, and in 2005 was selected by the Daily Journal as one of the top 30 intellectual property lawyers in California. She also worked for many years in the entertainment and computer industries, prior to her work as an attorney (advocate).
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