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Four things not to know about Bayh-Dole

PhRMA, a pharma front group, published a discussion of Bayh-Dole, “IP Explained: Four things to know about the Bayh-Dole Act.” Short form. This is nonsense. I’ll show you briefly. Thanks in large part to strong intellectual property protections – including … Continue reading

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The Llorts of Bayh-Dole

In July, Setareh Samii published “The Importance of the Bayh-Dole Act” at The Catalyst, a web site operated by PhRMA. Samii argues that Bayh-Dole “created a framework for technology transfer that helped rejuvenate the American economy.” Samii then proceeds to … Continue reading

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PhRMA loves Bayh-Dole but won’t out and say why

PhRMA, a pharmaceutical industry lobbying group, has published a white paper championing Bayh-Dole. What they are after is to prevent the Bayh-Dole march-in provisions from ever operating. To do this, they make a variety of assertions about Bayh-Dole that can’t … Continue reading

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