Intellectual Property: Growing Concerns in Government Contracting
Topic: Contract Formation
Original Air Date: Thursday, December 8, 2011
Program Code: 170047
Ms. Crawley will review key relevant authorities, discuss issues that surface in the context of hypothetical practice situations, and address contested aspects and implications of the statutory and contractual allocation of data rights.
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This program will provide an overview of recent intellectual property reform and its impact on government contracting. Participants can test their knowledge of data rights assertions in a variety of practice situations and foster a discussion about potential challenges imposed by the America Invents Act.
Deitra Crawley - Practitioner of Defense Contracts Law, Intellectual Property, and International Trade, Law Offices of Gary L. Rigney
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