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Taking the Mystery Out of Data Rights

USA - August 23 2018 Rights in technical data and computer software are increasingly a topic of dispute between contractors and the Government, particularly the Department...


Don’t Set Your Hair on Fire Yet over Data Rights Challenges Under the FY 2019 NDAA

USA - August 20 2018 Congress recently authorized the Department of Defense’s spending for Fiscal Year 2019 and, unsurprisingly, attached some strings in the guise of...

Locke Bell.


Sikorsky: What the GAO Said and Did Not Say About Soliciting Data Rights

USA - May 30 2018 The GAO’s decision last week, denying in part and dismissing in part Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation’s much-watched protest of the Air Force’s...

Locke Bell.


Hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and power loss: what’s a government contractor to do? Act now under your contract, while you fix the roof

USA - October 4 2017 The aftermath of a hurricane is a difficult time for many in the affected areas, and government contractors are no exception. Hurricanes Harvey and...

Lauren J. Horneffer.


IP in Government Contracts: Developments to Watch in 2017

USA - February 16 2017 In 2017, a big intellectual property and government contracts issue will be the government’s acquisition of rights in a company’s proprietary software...