This is the ninth of our video posts on 10 questions that can help lawyers contribute to the digital health ideation process. Today’s video explores the question: Who will own the intellectual property rights?
David Wildman is a member of Covington’s technology transactions practice group. His practice focuses on negotiating commercial agreements that primarily relate to technology, intellectual property and data, and he regularly advises clients on how to protect and commercialize IP and data assets. In the digital health area, David has advised clients on these topics in the context of negotiating collaboration, data licensing, cloud services, software development and other agreements. David is also a registered Patent Attorney with extensive experience in the management and strategic development of patent portfolios in a variety of technical disciplines.
This is the second of our video posts on 10 questions that can help lawyers contribute to the digital health ideation process. Today’s video explores the question: who will provide the various components of the offering?
There are two papers in the May 15 volume of the Annals of Internal Medicine that discuss digital health applications and are illustrative of the topics being considered by physicians as they evaluate the adoption and impact of digital solutions. These papers serve as examples of the active dialogue taking place around the appropriate regulatory…