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The Arizona Commerce Authority Guidance on Bayh-Dole, 1

Here is the Arizona Commerce Authority providing advice about IP and the Bayh-Dole Act in the SBIR/STTR programs to small businesses. The article was apparently written a decade ago, updated with a note after Stanford v Roche (2011), and apparently … Continue reading

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Bayh-Dole’s “subject invention” botch of the Federal Procurement Regulations, 1

Bayh-Dole botches its management of invention ownership. To see how, we need to look at how Bayh-Dole in 1980 changed the Federal Procurement Regulations put in place in 1975. In particular, let’s look at how the definition of subject invention … Continue reading

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Best practices in university invention management, 8

We are working through the model invention assignment agreement proposed by the ipHandbook as a university “best practice.” Now we get the present assignment: agree to disclose promptly to UNIVERSITY and hereby assign all rights to all inventions, copyrightable materials, … Continue reading

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