U of M Law School and S&W Debut Video about the Transformative Experience Students Experience when Participating in Real-Life, Private Sector Client Projects

 LOS ANGELES – The University of Michigan Law School’s International Transactions Clinic (ITC) has debuted a video that demonstrates the accomplishments of law students in creating a lab agreement, and University Joint Venture and Cross Licensing Agreement for Pilus Energy under the supervision of David Shaub & Cassandra Tam of Los Angeles-based Shaub and Williams, to assist in Pilus’ patent portfolio monetization in China.

The video, which has been uploaded to You Tube – (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tEJiEjcuzE), chronicles the successful relationship between Pilus Energy, Shaub and Williams, and students of the ITC, and underscores the value of hands-on experience for students in crafting agreements, such as joint ventures and cross-licensing for products protected by patents. Attorney Shaub, managing partner of Shaub & Williams (S&W), an alumnus of the Law School and now adjunct clinical assistant professor at U of M, arranged for client Jason Barkeloo, CEO of Pilus Energy, a clean water and sustainable energy technology developer that harvests electricity, fuels, gases, and chemicals while cleaning wastewater with microscopic bacteria organisms called BactoBots™ to bring his project to the clinic.