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International Response to Bayh-Dole

You may have heard that Bayh-Dole is the most perfect law to stimulate technological innovation and translate publicly supported research into public benefit by passing inventions through the hands of speculative investors to be made into commercial products, using patents … Continue reading

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Why universities might fail to report subject inventions

James Love asks why universities fail to report subject inventions. The question might seem rather odd, because in practice Bayh-Dole has been construed to give university administrators incentives to expand the definition of subject invention and so claim anything and … Continue reading

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The NIH’s View of Bayh-Dole Compliance

In 2015, Ann Hammersla gave a talk at an NIH Regional Seminar that include Bayh-Dole. There are numerous problems with Hammersla’s treatment of Bayh-Dole, but we’ll leave most of those for the attentive reader to pick through. Let’s look at … Continue reading

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Bayh-Dole Secrecy, Part 3

Let’s examine the 1984 amendment to Bayh-Dole’s secrecy provision for invention use reports in more detail. It is worth pointing out that Section 202 of Bayh-Dole has been routinely amended and it would be worth at some point to show the … Continue reading

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