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More Impractical Advice About NIST’s Changes to Bayh-Dole’s Regulations

NIST–can’t live with them, but law firms sure can. Here’s another law firm popping off about NIST’s recent revisions to Bayh-Dole’s implementing regulations and standard patent rights clause. Keep in mind that NIST’s chief counsel is already on record not … Continue reading

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Another garbled account of Bayh-Dole

A new article considering Bayh-Dole asks whether it’s time to rewrite Bayh-Dole. That’s a legitimate question to ask. Unfortunately, the article gets wrong much about Bayh-Dole the way it is. But even a garbled article can prompt a discussion that helps … Continue reading

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The NIH’s View of Bayh-Dole Compliance, 8

We are working through the NIH’s policy manual on Bayh-Dole. We reach a helpful list. Some of the steps required by the regulation to retain intellectual property rights to subject inventions include: Report all subject inventions to NIH. Make efforts … Continue reading

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