Intellectual Property Considerations in Government Contracts Related to Space And Cyber

Intellectual Property Considerations in Government Contracts Related to Space And Cyber

A survey of landmines that may await you, and an advantageous roadmap to guide you away from danger with sound pointers on how to protect your IP while operating in the government sphere. You’ve just won a government contract under a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) award for a prototype space widget or new cyber application – great!

Hidden Dangers of Government Contracting

Hidden Dangers of Government Contracting

Protecting intellectual property with patents, trademarks, and copyrights is a crucial component of successful companies. However, many individuals and companies fail to adequately safeguard their intellectual property from unlawful reproduction or outright theft, which can all too often spell the end of a dream and the destruction of a business.

Subcontractor Landmines in Government Contracts: Protecting Your Property and Rights

The Dream Scenario . . .Your small business bid to provide software or technical data was just picked up by a prime contractor (“Big Prime”) on a government contract. You are confident that your intellectual property (“IP”) will lead to wealth and the growth of your company. So you proceed to put pen to paper on a lucrative contract with the government.