Tag Archives: incentive

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

Posted in Bayh-Dole | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Bayh-Dole | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Bayh-Dole Up Your Counsel, 2