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The Field Of Invention

The balance of power between the administrative state and the federal courts as guardians of the U.S. innovation system is in significant transition. Amid growing dissatisfaction with the expense and opportunity costs of patent litigation and the perceived strategic advantages … Continue reading

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Stalled Patents: Re-Incentivizing Universities To Review Their Portfolios Of Unlicensed Patents To Achieve The Bayh-Dole Act’s Unfunded Mandate

The underlying technology and research that enabled Google’s search engine, Gatorade’s secret formula, and cell phone technologies can all be traced back to college campuses across America. Since World War II, America’s universities—mostly through government research grants—have been at the … Continue reading

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