Court report: Justices shun “immense shift” in Stanford v Roche
The most vocal Supreme Court justices in the Stanford v Roche oral argument yesterday seemed troubled by the prospect of finding in favour of Stanford
The Court is considering the question “whether a federal contractor university's statutory right under the Bayh-Dole Act in inventions arising from federally funded research can be terminated unilaterally by an individual inventor through a separate agreement purporting to assign the...
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