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3 More Oddities of 35 USC 210

We are working through oddities of Bayh-Dole’s assertion of precedence over other Acts. 11. Consider some possible variations on 35 USC 210’s treatment of precedence. Here’s the present text of the start of 210(a) again: This chapter shall take precedence … Continue reading

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10 Oddities of 35 USC 210

The Bayh-Dole Act does not repeal prior law with regard to inventions arising from federally supported research or development. Instead, it selectively preempts statutes (with some exceptions). Here is the start of 35 USC 210(a): This chapter shall take precedence … Continue reading

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