10 Things to Know about Other Transaction Agreements

This course will discuss 10 key things every contracting professional in the public and private sectors should know about other transaction agreements (OTs)—with a concentration on intellectual property rights. | Self-Paced | Course | Intermediate | 2 CPE/CLP | 2 Hours | $180 member/$230 non-member

 

Description:
This course will discuss 10 key things every contracting professional in the public and private sectors should know about other transaction agreements (OTs)—with a concentration on intellectual property rights. The course uses a wealth of case law decisions and guidance to cover the proper use of OTs.

Intended Audience: Contracting professionals

Level of Difficulty: Intermediate

Learning Objectives:

  1. Define and describe what an OT is and what it is not.
  2. Decide who is eligible to receive an OT.
  3. Distinguish between laws and regulations that OTs are and are not subject to.
  4. Distinguish between the different types of OTs.
  5. Discuss the relationship between development costs and rights in data.
  6. Choose appropriate payment methods for OTs.
  7. Structure OTs that involve innovative consortia.
  8. Recognize the applicable protest jurisdictions for OTs.
  9. Define intellectual property terms under OTs.

CMBOK Competency:

  • 1.2 - Contract Principles
  • 2.1 - Plan Solicitation
  • 3.2 - Plan Negotiations

 Presenters:

  • Fernand A Lavallee, Partner, Jones Day
  • Cherie Owen, Of Counsel, Jones Day

Credits:

  •  2 CPE/CLP

Cost: 

  • $180 member/ $230 non-member

Course Access:


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