Thursday, June 13, 2019 (9:00 am – 3:00 pm)
BioM Lounge (Am Klopferspitz 19a, 82152 Martinsried, 3. Stock).
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On June 13 representatives of the American law office Cooley will hold an educational seminar for life science company about the required criteria to successfully expand their business on a global scale. A comprehensive number of subjects, such as IP, markets, venture capital, licensing, partnerships, etc., will be handled in the preliminary session of the meeting. Afterwards B2B meetings will take place during the closing Office hours session.
9:00 am Welcome and introductions
9:10 am Seminar
Do I want to go global?
Lots to think about: markets, partnerships, capital, human resources, exits
To license or not to license, that is the question
• Licensing only makes sense if …
• Crystal ball: current terms and trends
• Three mistakes everyone makes (but now you won’t)
IP: let the force be with you
• Strategy vs tactics
• Who cares about risks?
• Investors are a pain
• Seeing the forest and the trees
US capital connections: the good, the bad, the ugly
• Why should I care?
• Venture Capital (VC) vs. strategic investors
• US VCs can be jerks
• It is not who you know, it is who knows you
• Tax consequences?
11:15 am Questions and Answers
12:00 pm Program ends
12:00 – 3:00 pm Office hours for individual companies
Dean Farmer, PhD., IP partner, Cooley LLC
Mike McGrail, Corporate partner, Cooley LLC
Charlie Cameron, Strategy, business development and capital raising
The registration is free of charge, however necessary to arrange for the adequate organization of the event.
Are you interested?
Then register by contacting us at the following email address: