Date: November 13, 2012
Time: 07:30 – 12:00 EDT
Venue: Embassy Suites Charleston Area Convention Center, Charleston, South Carolina, USA
The Annual Government Contracting Update seminar by Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP helps small and large government contractors stay up to date on changing regulations, and enables them to succeed in a turbulent fiscal environment.
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At the 17th Annual Government Contracting Update, Kenneth A. Kopf, VP / General Counsel and Secretary, Infosys Public Services, will present on intellectual property rights and software licensing under government contracts, and discuss how to mitigate risks while selling intellectual property to the U.S. government.
Intellectual property rights and software licensing under government contracts
November 13, 2012
11:00 – 11:40 EDT
Kenneth A. Kopf, Esquire, VP / General Counsel and Secretary, Infosys Public Services
In selling to the government, protection of a company's intellectual property rights is critical, and unless one knows the "rules of the road," one may end up losing those rights. This session is intended to give a broad overview of rights and obligations, liability exposure and how to mitigate risks in selling intellectual property to the US government.
Kenneth A. Kopf - VP / General Counsel and Secretary, Infosys Public Services
General Counsel Kenneth Kopf is the primary counsel and compliance officer for Infosys Public Services, handling all legal, contract and compliance matters. Kenneth specializes in federal, state and municipal government contract law, U.S. and international commercial contract law, U.S. and international ADR, investigations, and government / administrative law. Kenneth has 12 years of service in the U.S. Air Force in its Judge Advocate General's Corps and as a Russian linguist, served as a Supreme Court judge pro tem in California, taught at a law school and lectured on many topics that affect government contractors.