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A Guide to Intellectual Property in Government Contracts is an introductory course designed for all experience levels in government contracting including primes, subcontractors, research and development and other professionals wanting to understand how the regulations impact intellectual property within the context of a government contract.

The purpose of this course is to identify and discuss the statutes and regulations that govern the creation, allocation, and preservation of intellectual property rights under federal government procurement contracts.  The course is organized in such a way to cover what the regulations say and through discussion how they apply in terms of the contract.  

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August 22, 2018
DoubleTree by Hilton Alana Waikiki
Honolulu, HI
$950
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Steven Tomanelli, J.D., LL.M.

Mr. Steven N. Tomanelli is the owner of  Steven N. Tomanelli & Associates and is an attorney specializing in federal procurement law in the Washington DC area. 
Mr. Tomanelli provides legal services, training and consulting services in all aspects of federal procurement law and federal appropriations law, including:
- Intellectual Property
- Contract Compliance
- Subcontracting
- Teaming Agreements
- Bid Protests
- Performance-based Contracting
- Source Selection Support
- Commercial Item Contracting
- Terminations
- COTR Training

Mr. Tomanelli is a retired Air Force Judge Advocate and has held numerous high-level procurement law positions, including Chief of Acquisition and Fiscal Law for the Air Force’s Air Mobility Command and Senior DoD Counsel for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO).  He has provided consulting services and legal advice in support of highly classified major system acquisitions and has a current TS/SCI security clearance.  Mr. Tomanelli was a Professor of Contract and Fiscal Law at the Army Judge Advocate General's School in Charlottesville, Virginia, for three years where he provided instruction in a wide variety of procurement and fiscal law topics. In 2001, he was selected as “The Outstanding Career Judge Advocate of the Air Force.”

Mr. Tomanelli has authored over forty course books and written numerous articles for national publications on federal procurement and fiscal law.  Mr. Tomanelli has authored a comprehensive textbook titled, A Practical Guide to Federal Appropriations Law (MCI, 2003); is the Lead Editor of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and the Annotated FAR for Thomson-West Publishing Company; and serves on the Advisory Board of the Government Contractor (West Publishing). 
 
Mr. Tomanelli received his B.A. and J.D. at Hofstra University and his Master of Laws (LL.M) in Federal Procurement Law at George Washington University.  While earning his Master of Laws degree in Procurement, Mr. Tomanelli worked as an Intern at the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals.  
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DoubleTree by Hilton Alana Waikiki
1956 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96815
808.951.3123
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For the sleeping room arrangement, please call the house reservation line at 808-951-3162, and mention the “ LCP “ rate for FPS function” which offers a 15% off of the best available rate.

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Coffee, tea and water will be served throughout the day with an afternoon cookie break.  Breakfast and lunch are on your own.

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