Tel Aviv presentation and conference

Chief Judge Rader and I were in Tel Aviv in November at the “From IP to NP (Net Profit)” conference.

Here is my presentation on “Managing Know-How in Global Value Chains and International Tech Transfer.”

And of course, because we were at the same conference together, the Chief and I put on a Denovo concert!

Denovo Tel Aviv (2013)

We really missed our regular bandmates, Jon Knight, Joe Newman, Darrell Stark, and Mike King. But the young Israeli musicians who stepped in to back us up did a great job. Shout out to Nava Swersky Sofer, who connected us to a music teacher, Yahel Goldschmidt, who then arranged the players.

Israeli musicians: Almog Tebeka (bongos etc), Erez Ram (drums), and Yonatan Rozen (bass)

Also thanks to Seth Heller, Tal Band (and his firm S. Horowitz and Co.), Dorit Korine, AIPPI, WIPO, Israel Patent Office, Israel Ministry of Justice, and UW Law for organizing and/or supporting my participation at the event.


About Sean O'Connor

Sean O’Connor is the Boeing International Professor at the University of Washington School of Law (Seattle). He is also Chair of the Center for Advanced Study and Research on Innovation Policy and Faculty Director of the Cannabis Law &B Policy Project. With a diverse background in music, technology, philosophy, history, business, and law, he specializes in legal issues and strategies for entrepreneurship and the commercialization of innovation in biotechnology, information technology, and new media/digital arts.
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