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Typical Bayh-Dole wrongness in the wild

Here’s a 2017 article on Bayh-Dole, “Bullies and Beakers: How Large Universities are Squashing Research Competition and the Contractual Remedies to Solve It,” by Jonathan Fort, then a law student, published in the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy. … Continue reading

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Five Law Cases for University IP Management

Here are some law cases involving intellectual property that faculty considering IP policies and scholarship should be aware of. I give a date for a primary decision (there are all sorts of proceedings for these cases), a brief summary, and … Continue reading

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