Government Contracts IP Workshop

Cohen Mohr partner, Rod Marvin, will teach a two-day course entitled, “The Government Contract Intellectual Property Workshop,” sponsored by Federal Publications Seminars, on June 13-14, 2012 in San Diego, California.

The course examines in detail the requirements of the federal statutes and regulations governing the allocation of rights to intellectual property that arises or is used in the performance of U.S. Government contracts for both the civilian agencies and the Department of Defense. The course also provides attendees with practical guidance with respect to the identification and mitigation of the risks posed by operating in the government procurement environment.

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