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Guide to Bayh-Dole by the Layers, 1

[4/30/18: fixed an editing artifact, bringing together text on “housekeeping” into a single section where it belongs] A helpful way to look at Bayh-Dole is as a set of layers of law, regulation, contracting, enforcement, and outcomes. There are at … Continue reading

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Stanford v Roche was not about how to make Bayh-Dole into a vesting statute

The Stanford v Roche decision was not at all about the proper technical steps to make Bayh-Dole into a vesting statute. Even the Court’s minority opinion–what the lawyer-krakkens fixated on–was a musing on whether there should be any difference in the equitable ownership of an … Continue reading

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