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Illusions of Bayh-Dole: “manufactured substantially” 3

The start of this article is here. The fourth installment is here. [Bayh-Dole’s section 204 (35 USC 204) permits federal agencies to waive the requirement that exclusive licenses to use or sell in the United States must require product sourced … Continue reading

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Exclusive licensing in Bayh-Dole, Part 1: Licenses and Assignments

Here is what Bayh-Dole says about exclusive licenses: Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, no small business firm or nonprofit organization which receives title to any subject invention and no assignee of any such small business firm or nonprofit … Continue reading

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