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The Key Provisions of Bayh-Dole–Really Edition

I wrote a long article on the key provisions of Bayh-Dole. That’s all fine and good, but none of those provisions get at how Bayh-Dole has to work. Those key provisions are mostly just bureaucratic fluff. Stuff about being able … Continue reading

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Nonprofit assignment of subject inventions in the standard patent rights clause 37 CFR 401.14(a)(k)(1)

Universities ubiquitously claim as a matter of formal policy to handle patentable inventions in the public interest. That expectation forms a basis for the federal government to award grants–subvention funding, grants-in-aid–for faculty-proposed research hosted by these universities. That’s also the … Continue reading

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