MoFo partner Tina Reynolds, senior counsel Jay DeVecchio, and associate Locke Bell will be presenting an upcoming FedPubs 3-part webinar series on intellectual property rules and regulations in government contracting. The series will provide an overview of the key principles governing the allocation of rights in technical data, computer software, and patents. Attendees will learn the most common misunderstandings about who owns the rights to data; how to license commercial software; and key strategies to protect patents in government contract work.
Dates and times for the sessions are as follows:
- June 16, 2020, 12-1PM EST – Taking the Mystery Out of Rights in Technical Data, presented by Jay DeVecchio
- June 23, 2020, 12-1PM EST – Rights in Computer Software Made Easy, presented by Jay DeVecchio
- June 30, 2020, 12-1PM EST – Patents, Invention Reporting, and IP Considerations for Grants and Other Types of Agreements, presented by Tina Reynolds and Locke Bell
This series is designed anyone looking to protect their IP when selling to or working with the Government, both beginners and experienced practitioners alike.
Click here to register for the 3-part series.