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Everything you need to navigate any intellectual property issue as it pertains to federal procurement! This "A to Z" library examines the rights that the government obtains to patents, technical data, computer software and database information supplied under federal contracts.
Volume I: Intellectual Property Rights
A highly regulated area, intellectual property rights are governed by a multitude of laws, statutes, regulations and provisions—including FAR, DFARS, NASA, the Bayl-Dole Act and DoD regulations.
The Intellectual Property in Government Contracts Series helps you navigate this complex maze by delivering an easy-to-understand explanation of all applicable laws, regulations and rulings and how they affect such major issues as:
Learn the scope and limitations of intellectual property law, including cooperative research and development agreements and other transactions. You’ll find comprehensive coverage of:
For convenient reference, the full text of specific cited sections of relevant government regulations and statutes is included. This authoritative series, written by noted government contracting experts Ralph C. Nash Jr. and Leonard Rawicz, and the result of the partnership of The George Washington University Law SchoolGovernment Contracts Program and the CCH Legal Professional group makes it easy for anyone involved in government procurement of intellectual rights to understand—and comply with—the broad and complex controls.
CHAPTER 1: Intellectual Property Law
CHAPTER 2: Cooperative Research and Development Agreements and Other Transactions
CHAPTER 3: Interpretation of Patent Right Provisions
CHAPTER 4: Statutory and Regulatory Provisions on Patents