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LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary The Government’s and contractors’ respective rights in intellectual property (IP) arising from government contracts is very important to both sides. For contractors, IP rights may be critical for the very survival of the company. For Government agencies, IP rights may have a great impact on the cost and time to accomplish an agency’s mission. “Rights in data” is an unusually complex area, but one that is essential to learn. Not the least of the difficulties is that different agencies apply different rules. Nevertheless, the government contractor that fails to learn to protect its rights in data may be crippled – or worse – by its ignorance. This program will provide you with the practical tools to analyze and solve data … Continue readingFind out more »
LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary This intensive course provides an overview of teaming agreements, discusses how they differ from typical subcontractor relationships and identifies both legal and policy considerations that underlie the formation and operation of teaming agreements. The course also gives tips on drafting a successful teaming agreement by discussing provisions relating to scope, terminations, defaults, dispute resolution, and protections for proprietary information. This course is designed to arm you with the necessary information to negotiate and draft a custom teaming agreement that advances your ultimate business objectives. Learning Objectives Identify the key regulatory and policy requirements that teaming agreements must satisfy in order to be recognized by the U.S. Government Recognize the rights of the U.S. Government with regard to your teaming agreement, … Continue readingFind out more »
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