Hoping to further develop and deepen relationships with Technology Transfer offices, McCoy Russell will be present at the 2024 AUTM Annual Meeting. Partners John Russell and Justin Wagner hope to connect with technology transfer professionals to discuss new ideas and approaches for developing strategic intellectual property portfolios.
Schedule a meeting via AUTM Connect or email us at [email protected].
McCoy Russell focuses on innovation life-cycle support, from initial inventor disclosure meetings and review of the technology disclosure to commercial viability searching, patent drafting, patent prosecution, and portfolio development, as well as licensing negotiations and education. McCoy Russell’s experience with technology transfer includes direct support of academic faculty and students, both undergraduate and graduate, from initial concept development to follow-on innovations.
McCoy Russell attorneys also have experience in supporting various start-ups that have spun-out of the academic institutions and universities. McCoy Russell works closely with technology transfer managers to ensure strategic alignment with the inventors and the output of commercially viable patent filings and resulting portfolios.