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Guide to Bayh-Dole by the Layers, 5

Fifth Layer: practice On to the next layer of Bayh-Dole, actual practice. We will restrict our discussion here to university practice, but things are much the same for other nonprofits. Small business practice has its own peculiarities, including the oddness … Continue reading

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There Is No Bayh-Dole Compliance for Universities

There is no Bayh-Dole compliance for universities. I know. This goes against everything you’ve heard. But really, let’s get real. Five points. Bayh-Dole applies to federal agencies and to the scope of patent property rights, not to universities. Bayh-Dole applies … Continue reading

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The Key Provisions of Bayh-Dole

Now, with all that fusstation from the University of Pittsburgh out of the way, we might ask then what are the “key provisions” of Bayh-Dole that a university should make faculty and the public aware of. Only One Key Provision … Continue reading

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