“The FAR system is not straightforward or self-explanatory. In order to understand it, readers need a manual or how-to book. Lisa M. Brownlee's Federal Acquisition Regulations: Intellectual Property and Related Rights serves as just such a how-to resource. . .”
— Legal Information Alert
Finally there is a comprehensive guide to the maze of intellectual property, data rights and technology transfer issues raised by U.S. government procurement contracts—including coverage of the latest regulations.
Federal Acquisition Regulations: Intellectual Property and Related Rights is a complete tool for the practitioner, providing in-depth analysis of intellectual property issues arising from the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), especially FAR Part 27 (Patents, Data and Copyrights). This unique book is the first to focus on the recent changes to the FAR and—a must for procurement specialists.
Topics covered include: statutory, administrative and judicial foundations of federal contracting; essential terminology; conflicts of interest, competitive bidding, and contractor qualifications; intellectual property issues arising in all provisions of the FAR; policies, procedures, solicitation provisions, and required contract clauses in FAR Part 27; privacy and Freedom of Information Act issues; and much more.
Lawyers seeking guidance will find answers quickly and will benefit from copious practice tips and insights on FAR requirements. For anyone working with government contracts involving intellectual property and technology, this step-by-step guide is a must have.
Finally, there is a comprehensive guide to the maze of intellectual property, data rights, and technology transfer issues raised by U.S. Government procurement contracts—including coverage of the latest regulations.
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