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NEW!! World Congress 2013 sessions available in on demand format.

Negotiation and Administration of Intellectual Property Rights and Softward Licenses

Steve Masiello, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP
Marques Peterson, McKenna Long Alrdige LLP
Laura Ryan, Alliant Techsystems Inc.


Learn the basic requirements and best practices for the negotiation and administration of intellectual property (IP) rights and software licenses under commercial and government contracts. The session will address the appropriate pre-award considerations of the parties, including the buyer’s minimum needs for IP and software rights and the contractor’s interests in preserving its rights in certain proprietary and/or commercial IP and software. Practical guidelines to resolve commercial and government contract negotiation issues will be highlighted. The session will also examine post-award administration of relevant IP rights and software license terms incorporated in various types of commercial agreements as well as in government civilian agency and DOD contracts, including contracts for development, supplies, services, software and related services and commercial items. Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

Topic: Contract Negotiation

Session Date: Monday, July 22, 2013

CPEs/CLPs Earned: 1.00

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