JORDA - Karl Jorda (Professor Emeritus)

Prof. Karl Jorda (emeritus professor)

Professor Emeritus
B.A., Univ. of Frankfurt, Germany., and Univ. of Great Falls, Montana
M.A., Univ. of Notre Dame
J.D., Univ. of Notre Dame

Biography

Jorda on Trade Secrets Blog

Papers (at the UNH Law IP Mall)

Updated: Sept. 17, 2008

 

Book Chapter

  • Trade Secrets and Trade Secret Licensing in 2 Intellectual Property Management in Health and Agricultural Innovation: A Handbook of Best Practices, § 11.5 (Anatole Krattiger et al., ed., MIHR & PIPRA 2007).

Articles

  • Commentary: The Thirty Year Patent Laser War, 43 IDEA 545 (2003).

Editor's Column, Germeshausen Newsletter

Other

  • Patent/Trade Secret Complementariness: An Unsuspected Synergy, 2008 Foulston Siefkin Lecture, Washburn Univ. School of Law, Topeka, Kan. Feb. 29, 2008.*
  • Protection of Software Via Patents, ASIPI, XIII Work Sessions, Panel No. 4, Cartagena, Colom., Dec. 3, 2007.*
  • Trade Secrets and Trade Secret Licensing in Intellectual Property Management  in Health and Agricultural Innovation, handbook for developing countries, May 23, 2007.
  • Intellectual Property Protection Policies and Strategies: Synergistic Integration of Patents and Trade Secrets, in Learned Papers on Intellectual Property,  30th Anniversary of the Korean Intellectual Property Office, May 8, 2007.
  • Technology Licensing Today (NY County Lawyers’ Ass'n, New York, N.Y., 2007) (part of course book).*
  • Intensive Patent Evaluation (IncreMental Advantage, New York, N.Y., 2007) (part of course book).*
  • Basic Principles of Patents (WIPO/UNITAR, New York, N.Y., 2007).*
  • Finding the Value of Your Patent Portfolio (Breakfast Roundtable, IP Academy/IPOS, Singapore, 2007).*
  • The Role & Value of Trade Secrets in IP Management Strategies (IP Academy/IPOS, Singapore, 2007).*
  • Technology Licensing Today (IP Academy, Singapore, 2007).*
  • 1) IP Management Strategies; 2) Integration of IPRs; 3) Trade Secrets; 4) Role & Value of Trade Secrets — Hybrid Licenses; 5) Technology Licensing Today; 6) International Consideration in Licensing; 7) Trademark & Trademark Licensing (Siam Cement Group, Bangkok, Thailand,2006).*
  • 1) Patent Licensing Do’s & Don’ts and 2) Hybrid Licenses — The Role & Value of Trade Secrets (Siemens, Munich, Germany, 2006).*
  • IP Management Strategies for Global Access to Pandemic Flu, Malaria and SARS Vaccines (MIHR, Geneva, Switzerland, 2006).
  • Basic Principles of Patents (WIPO/UNITAR, New York, N.Y., 2006).*
  • IPRs for Sustainable Agricultural systems in Developing Countries (World Bank, Washington, D.C., 2006).
  • International Considerations in Licensing (LES/SIPLA, Concord, N.H., 2005).*
  • 1) Technology Licensing Today, 2) Trademark Licensing & Franchising, 3) Integration of IPRs & Patent Trade Secret Interface, 4) Cultural Considerations in International Licensing, (LES, Manila, Philippines, 2005).*
  • International Considerations in Licensing (PLI, New York, N.Y., 2005) (part of course book).*
  • Royalty-free Licenses (LES, Phoenix, AZ, 2005) (part of course book.*
  • The Role & Value of Trade Secrets in IP Management Strategies (JIPA, Washington, DC, 2005).*
  • IPRs in the Company-University Relationship (NEOS, Santiago, Chile, 2004).*
  • 1) The Role & Value of Trade Secrets in IP Management Strategies and 2) Management of Inventions by Foreign Company in China (PIPA, Toyama, Japan, 2004).*
  • Globalization of R&D — IP Management Policies & Strategies (IRI, Charlotte, NC, 2004).*
  • IP Valuation — The Legal Counterpart/Counterpoint (LSI, Seattle, WA, 2004).*
  • Basic Principles of Industrial Property (WIPO-UNITAR, New York, N.Y., 2004).*
  • IP Management Strategies in the U.S. (Technical Inst. of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 2003).*
  • Licensing in Global Markets: Industry/University Interactions (LESI Presentation, (Mexico City, Mexico, 2003).*
  • IP Management Strategies in the U.S. (Technical Inst. of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 2003).
  • Licensing in Global Markets: Industry/University Interactions (LESI, Mexico City, Mexico, 2003).
  • How Does IP Support the Creative Process of Invention (Lemelson-MIT, Cambridge, Mass., 2003).*
  • Be the Master of Your Own Fate (MLS Gymnasium, Rimbach, F.R.G., 2003) (Commencement Speech in German).*
  • 1) The Black box Dilemma in Licensing New Inventions; 2) Cultural Considerations in International Licensing; 3) Royalty Setting in Technology Licensing (Inventor's Network of the Capital Area (INCA), Potomac, Md., 2003).*
  • Patents and Trade Secrets: A Happy Marriage (Greenberg Traurig, Boston, Mass., 2003).*
  • Atlantic Bridge Increasing Importance of IP in the Global Economy (Concord, N.H., 2003).*
  • Basic Principles of Industrial Property (WIPO/UNITAR, New York, N.Y., 2003).*
  • Harmonization of the International Patent System (Cardozo School of Law, New York, N.Y., 2002).
  • IP Valuation & Technology Transfer (LES/AIPPI, Seoul, S. Korea, 2002).*
  • Cooperation Between University & Industry (LESI, Osaka, Japan, 2002).*
  • Basic Principles of Industrial Property (WIPO/UNITAR, New York, N.Y., 2002).*
  • The Patent/Trade Secret Interface, (Columbian IP Ass'n, Bogotá, Colom., 2002).*
  • The Importance of Patents (Phelps Stokes Fund, State Dept., Concord, N.H., 2002).*
  • 1) Trade Secrets; 2) Patent/Trade Secret Interface; 3) Patent Management; 4) Patent Licensing; 5) Reverse Technology Transfer (Institute for IP Studies, Mumbai, India, 2002).*
  • IP Education & Training at FPLC (Tokai Univ., Tokyo, Japan, 2001).*
  • Hungarian Supreme Court Enforcement of Patent Rights in the U.S.: Damages & Injunctions (World Jurist Assn., Budapest, Hung., 2001).*
  • 1) Techniques for Harvesting Inventions; 2) Patent/Trade Secret Interface; 3) Technology Licensing Dos and Don'ts (Intertech Seminar, Manchester, N.H., 2001).*
  • 1) The Role of Intellectual Property in Economic, Society & Cultural Development; 2) New Challenges to Intellectual Property Teaching and Training to Meet the Needs of the New Global Economy (WIPO/IIT, New Delhi, India, 2001).*
  • Derechos de Propied Intelectual: Reflexiones Sobre Su Naturaleza e Importancia (CORPIC, Quito, Ecuador, 2001) in Patentes en la Comunidad Andina, Biblioteca Juridica/Corpic (2001).
  • Technology Licensing Dos & Don'ts (Navy OGC, Solomons, Md., 2001).*
  • Patent/Trade Secret Interface (Offices of Mintz, Levin, Boston, Mass., 2000).*
  • Technology Licensing: Key Elements (Offices of Mintz, Levin, Boston, Mass., 2000).*
  • TRIPS & Developing Countries (World Bank, Washington, D.C., 2000).*
  • 1) Patent/Trade Secret Interface; 2) Licensing University Inventions (PIPA, Matsumoto, Japan, 2000).*
  • 1) The Economics of IP; 2) The Role of IP for Promoting Invention, Innovation & Technological Growth (WIPO, Geneva, Switz., 2000).*
  • Trade Secrets (ACCA, Washington, D.C., 2000).*
  • IP Licensing Basics (MIT Sloan Sch. Of Mgt., Cambridge, Mass., 2000).*

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