Supreme Court case will clarify Bayh-Dole
The Supreme Court agreed last week to clarify the scope of the Bayh-Dole Act with respect to ownership of federally funded inventions
In Stanford v Roche, inventor Mark Holodniy made contractual agreements with both Stanford University and Cetus (later purchased by Roche) to transfer his rights for HIV-related inventions developed during research conducted with both institutions.
The Federal Circuit ruled last year...
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