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Congressional Intent and Bayh-Dole reasonable terms

We have looked at the idea of Congressional intent in the Bayh-Dole Act and contrasted this intent with the claims of enemies of Bayh-Dole who argue that they have secret inside knowledge of the true intent that should govern the … Continue reading

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Reflections on Shill Reflections on Bayh-Dole, 1: Intent and utilization

Rebecca Tapscott has posted an article at IP Watchdog, “Industry Leaders Reflect on Bayh-Dole at 40.” There are lots of problems with this article–and with the “leaders’” “reflections” when it comes to Bayh-Dole. But hey, folks are entitled to mis-remember … Continue reading

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