Monthly Archives: February 2015

Nolo Can't Get Either Bayh-Dole or Stanford v Roche Right

I have always liked Nolo Press publications. They are usually well written, easy to read, and affordable. But here’s a bit from Nolo’s “Legal Encyclopedia” doing a number on Bayh-Dole–and this is after Stanford v Roche, because they manage to … Continue reading

Posted in Bayh-Dole, Policy, Present Assignment, Stanford v Roche | Leave a comment

Be True to the Mission, Not to the Apparatus

Col. John Boyd was, at one time, America’s best fighter pilot. He could out-maneuver any pilot flying, he could teach pilots to fly, and after earning an engineering degree from Georgia Tech, knew more about the dynamics of jet fighters … Continue reading

Posted in Bayh-Dole, Metrics, Policy, Technology Transfer | Leave a comment

How we got here, in twelve chapters, 5

5. Further Implications of the Faux Bayh-Dole Act The rise of the faux Bayh-Dole Act led university administrators with low status suddenly to see a way to acquire substantial power, using a claim that federal law gave them a mandate to take … Continue reading

Posted in Bayh-Dole, History, Policy, Technology Transfer | Leave a comment