Your business depends upon your competitive edge. Your competitive edge is your intellectual property. How well your intellectual property is protected may well mean the difference between success in the highly competitive government market and failure. To be most successful, you must both maintain your current intellectual property, and protect future innovations.
Intellectual property protection under government contracts is a complex and inter-woven set of regulations and laws. The rules are made even more arcane by differing rules and results depending upon the procurement vehicle used (contract, CRADA, grant, cooperative agreement, or other transaction), the agency (DOD, DOE, DOJ, etc), the subject matter (research, development, production, etc), and the type of protection employed (copyright, trade secret, patent, etc.) as well as other factors.
Williamson Law Group attorneys can help you protect your most valuable resource, and your competitive edge.
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