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Two ways to turn an invention into a subject invention, 2

The complicated (f)(2) approach Now consider the complicated approach under (f)(2). The university has to somehow compel inventors to assign all inventions to the university, even though (f)(2) requires the university to require inventors to promise to establish the government’s … Continue reading

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The path from Bayh-Dole to inventors

Bayh-Dole is a law of federal contracting for inventions. Let’s work through it, again. 1) Bayh-Dole applies to federal agencies, not to universities. When university administrators say that “Bayh-Dole requires universities to commercialize inventions made with federal funding,” they are twice wrong. First, … Continue reading

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