McCoy Russell continues to strengthen its relationships with technology transfer offices. The firm provides specific support tailored to the unique challenges presented in academic and research environments pursuing technology commercialization. Our experience and strategic approach considers the full technology life cycle, from the evaluation stage to portfolio creation and development to licensing and post-grant proceedings.
McCoy Russell focuses on innovation life-cycle support, collaborating with inventors, technology transfer offices, academic faculty, and students to assess the commercial potential of their discoveries. This can involve conducting thorough and comprehensive searches, evaluating existing patents, inventor disclosure meetings, patent drafting, patent prosecution, portfolio development, as well as licensing negotiations and education.
In addition to educational programs, the firm has developed proprietary software allowing us to perform detailed landscape searches to identify potential collaborators and licensing partners, and to highlight insights into the marketplace and commercial viability of their research.
McCoy Russell recognizes the innovation cycle doesn’t end with commercialization. Continuous feedback and iteration are essential components when developing an intellectual property portfolio. The firm is available to support technology transfer offices in understanding and further optimizing this cycle and leveraging the potential of intellectual property, fostering innovation, and driving economic progress. Contact us at [email protected] if you think we can be of assistance.