The professor's privilege
There is concern that academic exemptions from patenting laws may hinder the development of lucrative products. Edward Farrington and Richard Wolff of Valea explore the Swedish situation
In most employer-employee relationships in the majority of
jurisdictions around the world employers own the rights to any
intellectual property that employees generate when carrying out
their work. In this way, employers secure their rights to
intellectual property generated within...
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