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An invention is not a thing, 3

An invention is not a thing. An invention is a set of practices and objects. Invention is broader than just what’s patentable, as is the case with Bayh-Dole’s definition of invention, which includes stuff that’s not patentable and stuff that … Continue reading

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The Arizona Commerce Authority Guidance on Bayh-Dole, 2

We are working our way through the Arizona Commerce Authority’s unhelpful misguidance to small businesses regarding Bayh-Dole. Our first article worked through the ACA’s fake law and fake history, culminating with its note about Stanford v Roche, a case important … Continue reading

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NIST smokes Stanford v Roche

I don’t know what NIST folks were thinking (fortunately). But here’s what may have happened. They may have in fact read Stanford v Roche, but that clearly has not helped them. They are still clueless. Supreme Court: Bayh-Dole applies only … Continue reading

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