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     ‘We at Prospects Development Services intend to continue to provide the full range of consultation services during the Coronavirus pandemic. We have already put in place measures to maintain a healthy environment for all staff and clients. We will continue to adapt and adjust our procedures as guidance changes. Please contact us on +4477 337 82193 to ensure business continuity. Booking can be arranged for future training by telephone, Skype or WhatsApp.’

Government Contract Intellectual Property

Introduction
The Government Contract Intellectual Property Workshop is a comprehensive course designed for lawyers and contracting professionals, whether they represent government contractors, educational institutions, or government agencies. 

The effects of the creation and allocation of rights in intellectual property upon the profitability of commercial entities and the operational efficiency of governmental entities has never been more evident. The generation, use, and control of intellectual property rights is a material factor for consideration in the preparation and execution of many, if not most entities’ business plans. In this respect, the government contracting environment is little different from the purely commercial business environment.

When it comes to how intellectual property is generated, used, and controlled, however, the government procurement environment is governed by statutes and regulations that impose risks and present opportunities to contractors that can be very different from the risks and opportunities found in the commercial environment.

Course Content

  • What is intellectual property (IP)
  • Contractor and government perspectives on IP
  • Forms of IP and relevant statues and regulations
  • Fundamental IP issues in government contracting
  • DFARS – commercial technical data and computer software
  • Small business innovation research (SBIR)
  • Open systems architecture
  • Data rights in practice
  • Rights in bid & proposal information
  • NDAS/proprietary information
  • Remedies (non-patent)
  • Subject inventions & patents

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the legal principles of government intellectual property rights
  • Understand intellectual property rights in practice
  • Recognise and seize opportunities
  • Protecting and defending your own IP at home and abroad
  • Searching trade mark, design and patent registers
  • The role of the IP attorney and when to seek professional advice
  • Understanding other people’s IP and how to avoid trouble
  • Be aware of IP law in theory and practice
  • Be able to explain the six main types of intellectual property and the legal protection that covers them
  • Understand the potential consequences of failing to plan for intellectual property rights when contracting

 

NOTE: For our customised events all you need to do is provide us with what you want to achieve or tell us about the training requirements of the group and we will agree on a date, venue and produce a course proposal for you along with the costs. Discounts may be applicable for group booking or early birds.

Event Properties

Event Date 20/07/2020
Event End Date 24/07/2020
Registration Start Date 02/09/2018
Available place 25
Cut off date 17/07/2020
Individual Price £2,600
Location
Luton-London, UK
Bedfordshire-UK
Luton-London, UK
We are no longer accepting registration for this event
£2,600 25

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