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Abstraction as an Obfuscating Drafting Technique in University Patent Policies

The Arizona Board of Regents intellectual property policy fails to state, simply, that the Board expects to own patentable inventions made by employees who have agreed to assign their inventions to the Board. Instead, the Board policy fusses around with … Continue reading

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