Monthly Archives: April 2010

Bah! Dolts!

It appears that AUTM and others are gearing up for a big push to change Bayh-Dole. They hope to get the Supreme Court to take a look at Stanford v. Roche and are ginning up a new amicus brief to … Continue reading

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Bills of Rights and Geneva Conventions

Inventors are in the thick of creativity and discovery and bureaucrats are not. Yet we find some AUTM folks these days arguing fervently for a stronger affinity with bureaucrats than with inventors. They do this even when successful inventors show … Continue reading

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Lab Budgets

A post over on Techno-L caught my eye. It asked if anyone had dealt with cost recovery for business and lab costs in dealing with licensing income. A number of responses lay out the party line on what patent licensing … Continue reading

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