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About Legal SIG

So much of our work involves legal questions and dilemmas. This SIG works to collect and share knowledge and experience. Join the SIG and their monthly meeting with different legal topics each month.

Are you interested in becoming a volunteer? Contact Arlyta Wibowo

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Legal SIG Resources


Tea with ASTP: Stretching the Patent Prosecution Dollar

This panel discussed intellectual property Procurement Strategies and Considerations for AMCs and Research Universities. Including: Building a patent portfolio using various cost-effective tools; what corporations value when partnering with universities; Building an intellectual property portfolio from a start-up


Grants and Collaborations-contributions from third parties

Hosted by ZonMw, this page provides guidance on how to set these agreements out properly and what to look out for. This information is intended as an aid in establishing (collaboration) agreements; no rights can be derived from this.


BOSS - Business opportunity self -assessment tool

The self-assessment tool developed by the BOSS project anticipates all those issues that a student, researcher or entrepreneur will face while transforming an idea to a business opportunity.


Tea with ASTP: Student IP Policy

In this webinar Jeff Skinner leads an exploration of the vexed issue of Student IP. He focuses on two aspects, the policy itself and how agreements are reached with students. Both elements are critical: no matter how clear (and generous) the policy, it is often the process that gets in the way.


Tea with ASTP: WIPO Mediation and Tech Transfer Disputes

This Webinar focused on the conduct of mediation, including the online conduct of mediation, with a particular reference to the practical case application of the WIPO Mediation Rules in international IP and technology disputes.

How to initiate a SIG?

Do you have a specialist interest, a burning issue, or a brilliant insight which you would like to share with the ASTP community? This guide book explains how you can initiate a Special Interest Group (SIG) with the help of HQ and your ASTP colleagues.

Download the Guide