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How Bayh-Dole Is Intended to Work, circa 1992, Part 3

We are still working through a passage in a law article from 1992 that sets out how Bayh-Dole is intended to work and addresses questions of faculty ownership of inventions. The issue is not with the author of an article … Continue reading

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How Bayh-Dole Is Intended to Work, circa 1992, Part 2

We are working through a paragraph from a law review article from 1992, taken perhaps out of context, but setting out how Bayh-Dole was “intended” to work. Our problem is not so much with the law professor who wrote the … Continue reading

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