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Nash & Gray: Demystifying IP – Rights in Inventions & Patents; Introduction to Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software
June 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm$189
Intellectual Property issues are raised in nearly every Federal procurement, and are critical and foundational in high-tech acquisition. Most recently, we have witnessed a significant spike in the pace and significance of statutory and regulatory changes to the rules for acquiring IP, and understanding this evolution will be a focus area in the 2019 virtual class series. A key aspect of understanding how the game is changing, and what is likely to come next, is to understand the rules as they exist today. Session 3 lays the foundation for that understanding, focusing first on “patent rights” (i.e., rights in patents and inventions “made” or used under Government contracts), following by and introduction to “data rights” (i.e., rights in technical data and computer software developed or delivered under contract). An overview of topics covered:
- How many different clauses does the government use to address the rights to patents on inventions made during the performance of a government contract?
- How does the government determine that an invention is subject to the Patent Rights clause of the contract?
- What rights does the government take to patents on inventions made during the performance of a government contract?
- What must a contractor do to retain commercial rights to patents on inventions made during the performance of a government contract?
- What rights does the government take to contractor’s pre-existing patents covering technology embedded in a product delivered under a government contract?
- What is a “march in right”?
- Is there a distinction between the rights in technical data and computer software and the requirement for the delivering or otherwise furnishing of technical data and computer software?
- How are copyrights and trade secrets covered in the standard IP clauses?
- What rights does the government take to copyrighted material included in technical data or computer software?
- Can the contractor disseminate or sell rights to copyrighted material that it created with government funds
- How is computer software covered in the standard IP clauses?
The Nash & Gray virtual class series provides access to two experts in Government Contracting Intellectual Property law and policy, on a monthly basis. The sessions will dive deep into important and timely issues related to IP and Data Rights for government employees and contractors. And, of course, bring your questions to the sessions.
Second Thursday of the Month (*exceptions)
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (ET)
Click here for the full series registration!
April 11: Basic Principles Governing IP in Government Contracts; Government Use of Technology to Which is has Acquired No Rights
May 9: Emerging Issues in IP/Data Rights – New Legislation, the Section 813 Advisory Panel, and Beyond
June 13: Rights in Inventions & Patents; Introduction to Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software
July 11: Detailed Review of Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software; Special Rules for Commercial Technical Data and Computer Software
September 12: Determining the Requirements for Delivery and License Rights; Modular Open Systems Approaches
October 10: IP Rights Issues in Source Selections, and Negotiating Specialized Licenses or Deliveries
November 14: Emerging Issues in IP/Data Rights – Part 2: Developments in the Aftermath of the Section 813 Panel; Issues on the Horizon
- June 13
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
- Event Categories:
- Intellectual Property, Nash & Gray: Demystifying Intellectual Property/Data Rights in Government Contracts
- Delivery Method
- Live Virtual Training
September 4 @ 9:00 am - September 5 @ 4:00 pm
Nash & Gray: Demystifying IP – IP Rights Issues in Source Selections, and Negotiating Specialized Licenses or DeliveriesOctober 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm