A recurring concern voiced by small or emerging companies working in the government marketplace is, “How do I effectively protect my IP when I’m forced to work with large prime contractors?” A threat is perceived that a prime contractor will take or steal the IP from a subcontractor (small company) to eliminate competition or capture leverage with the government and that the government turns a blind eye to such actions.
Martensen IP Client Parsons Corp. Wins $185 Million Expansion of $12.6 Billion U.S. Space Force Contract
Congratulations to Martensen IP client Parsons Corp. for winning a $185 million contract with the U.S. Space Force—specifically, the Space and Missile Systems Center Special Programs Directorate in Los Angeles.
Martensen IP’s Chad G. Clark, along with ClearMark Founder Alison Sathe, will provide insights on how medical technology companies should use their intellectual property and regulatory strategies to advance internal innovation.
Martensen IP’s Jack Stuart is a highly decorated, retired USAF fighter pilot who has extensive experience at both Air Force Space Command Headquarters and the National Security Space Institute. Recently, he shared some thought-provoking insights in an article he wrote for The Space Report.
We are excited to announce that our client Nuvia, Inc. has been acquired by Qualcomm in a $1.4B deal.