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 generation, use, and control of intellectual property rights is a material factor for consideration in preparing and executing many, if not most entities’ business plans.
- Contractor and government perspectives on IP
- Forms of IP and relevant statutes and regulations
- Fundamental IP issues in government contracting
- DFARS– commercial, technical data and computer software
- Small business innovation research (SBIR)
- Open systems architecture and Data rights in practice
- Rights in bid & proposal information and NDAS/ proprietary information
- Remedies (non-patent) and Subject inventions & patents
- Understand the legal principles of government intellectual property rights
- Understand intellectual property rights in practice
- Recognise and seize opportunities, Protecting and defending your IP at home and abroad, Searching trademark, 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 able to explain the six main types of intellectual property and the legal protection that covers them.