MoFo Presents - R&D Funding Agreements with the Federal Government: Focus on Intellectual Property

San Diego Presentation

3/8/2005

San Diego, CA

Rick Vacura

Rick Vacura

Seminar

The presentation targets new and experienced government contractors/grantees who want to learn how to protect their IP in light of statutes and regulations that grant the government and others certain rights.

The Program Will Address:

  • Various types of federal government R&D funding agreements
  • The rights the government and others receive in IP developed with government funds under the laws and regulations
  • Very specific requirements for marking, notice of inventions, notice of private funded IP, assertion of title, and declarations in patent applications
  • Areas that are mandatory versus those that can be negotiated
  • Strategies for using allocation of work scope and configuration management to limit the effects of the mandatory provisions

Who Should Attend:

Both new and experienced government contractors/grantees performing any government-sponsored research and development who want to learn how to protect their Intellectual Property from the statutes and regulations that grant the government and others certain rights. The regulations and contract clauses on the subject are long and convoluted. This seminar will lead those who attend through the principles and the practical mechanics of IP protection.

There is no charge to attend this seminar. Morrison & Foerster LLP (provider # 2183) certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.50 hours.

Speakers: Richard J. Vacura - Holly Emrick Svetz - Speaker Location: Marriott Del Mar


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