At AON Invent we realize that inventors have good reason to be skeptical of invention submission companies. Our continued success depends upon maintaining a sterling reputation with inventors and product-development teams alike. While we are committed to always acting in the best interest of our customers, by running an honest invention company, we realize that even one misstep in a "gray area" could compromise the reputation we have worked so hard to build.
For this reason we have created an independent Ethics Committee to oversee our operations. This committee is chaired by attorney Susan Hoeller, who is highly-sought in her areas of expertise, and we are very excited to have her on board. You can read Susie's bio below and be confident that you have found an honest invention company.
Independent Outside Counsel for Contracts and Licensing
Chair of Ethics Committee for AON Invent
AR office: 479-586-4002
After graduating from Vanderbilt Law School, Ms. Hoeller launched a career that has included a partnership with a large Texas law firm, where she specialized in technology law, as well as Associate General Counsel for Walmart Stores, Inc. and Senior Counsel for Texas Instruments Incorporated positions.
While at Walmart, Susie provided legal counsel for the company’s global procurement, merchandising, private label development, food and product safety departments and sustainability initiatives.
As Senior Counsel for Texas Instruments, Ms. Hoeller received an “Exceptional Service Award” from the President and Chairman of the Board. Susie was appointed by the Board of Directors to TI’s Ethics Committee. She handled a wide variety of legal assignments related to the company’s supply chain, operations, marketing, sales, compliance and litigation.
Susie's experience includes:
- drafting and negotiating license agreements, supply chain and sales contracts, non-disclosure agreements, international distribution agreements, asset sales agreements, technology transfer agreements and advising on laws and regulations governing international trade, intellectual property protection and ethical sourcing requirements
- compliance of product designs and materials, labels, warnings, manuals and instructions for use, warranties, marketing materials, e-commerce and privacy policies under CPSC, USDA, FDA, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and relevant state laws and regulations
- supply chain trace-ability
- cyber-security and data privacy issues
- representing clients in a wide variety of matters involving federal and state government enforcement agencies, including trade secret protection investigations