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Patents in Space-1

The Nation, an English-language Pakistani newspaper, published an article on March 11 by Famiya Masood, “Patents in Pakistan” that argues the government must create incentives for university inventors. That much is interesting. But Masood builds her argument using Bayh-Dole as … Continue reading

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Typical Bayh-Dole wrongness in the wild

Here’s a 2017 article on Bayh-Dole, “Bullies and Beakers: How Large Universities are Squashing Research Competition and the Contractual Remedies to Solve It,” by Jonathan Fort, then a law student, published in the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy. … Continue reading

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Bayh-Dole Up Your Counsel, 2

This is UpCounsel’s 11 minute Q & A on the Bayh-Dole Act. We are working through it, Mystery Science Fiction Theatre 3000 style. Are you Joel? Am I Tom Servo? And who is the mad Dr. Forrester who keeps making … Continue reading

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