Daniel Kelly and Zack Hadzismajlovic speak on Hot Legal Issues for Tech Companies in 2015-2016: Export Controls, Cyber-Incident Reporting & Protecting Federally Funded IP at the Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE) on November 10 at SBANE is located at 1601 Trapelo Road, Padanaram Room, 1st Floor, Waltham, MA, 02451.
This program focuses on key areas companies must pay close attention to when developing and selling technology products – or risk relinquishing ownership or unlimited licensing rights to the federal government and subjecting themselves to draconian government controls and penalties. These considerations apply not only to government contractors, but often for conventional product sales as well.
Export Control Reform and Cyber-Incident Reporting: The new regulatory landscape
• How the revisions to the U.S. Munitions List and ITAR effect your business
• How to strategically employ the Commodity Jurisdiction Process
• New requirements for handling sensitive unclassified information
• New requirements for investigating and reporting cyber incidents adversely affective sensitive information
What happens to IP that you develop with full or partial funding under government contracts and grants and how to protect it.
The government gets a unique set of rights when it pays for or accepts delivery of inventions, computer software and proprietary technical data. Moreover, failure to make appropriate and timely disclosures to the Government can compromise your rights in IP already developed. This session gives you a roadmap to safeguard your valuable IP when doing business with the Government.