What are the Stanford patents?
Stanford v Roche, which is heading to the US Supreme Court, is a case about patent ownership rights under the Bayh-Dole Act. Managing IP examines the patents involved
The patents that Leland Stanford University is claiming Roche infringed are US patent numbers 5,968,730; 6,503,705; and 7,129,041.
They claim a method of determining the effectiveness of an HIV therapy by measuring the amount...
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