intellectual property

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Beyond the patent office: Leveraging your IP at the right time in the right way

One of a start-up’s most valuable assets is intellectual property. Whether you are trademarking your name, securing a patent or acquiring licensing rights,…

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Congress’ copyright office has its first chief economist

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FILE - This Sept. 18, 2021, file photo shows the East Front of the U.S, Capitol in Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

Lobbyist for inventors says America Invents Act’s trial and appeal board ‘kills’ patents

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A former cyber diplomat says the government needs to refresh its thinking about response to foreign attacks

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NSA wants you to be careful where you log in to telework

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The government should stop threatening startups’ IP rights

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Former NIST director is busy promoting research funded by both government and industry

Dr. Walter Copan ran the National Institute of Standards and Technology during the Trump administration and has had long experience in research both corporate…

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Protecting US research from foreign adversaries

The federal government funds a lot of research and development each year, but not all of it. Yet protection of R&D intellectual property from foreign adversaries…

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This June 22, 2018, photo shows a Skydio R1 drone in Redwood City, Calif. Skateboarders, surfers and YouTube stars used to be the target customers for California drone startup Skydio, which builds sophisticated self-flying machines that can follow people around and capture their best moves on video. Now it's police officers and soldiers getting equipped with the pricey drones. U.S. political and security concerns about the world's dominant consumer drone-maker, China-based DJI, have opened the door for Skydio and other companies to pitch their drones for government and business customers. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

Government looking to rein in agencies’ drone purchasing

In today’s Federal Newscast, GSA is removing all drones from Multiple Award Schedule Contracts that do not have the approval of the Defense Department.

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