Stanford v. Roche: Supreme Court Holds Bayh-Dole Act Does Not Change Inventor's Rights in Federally Funded Inventions

Stanford v. Roche: Supreme Court Holds Bayh-Dole Act Does Not Change Inventor's Rights in Federally Funded Inventions

Speaking Engagement
To explain the significance of Stanford v. Roche and the implications for patent ownership, technology transfer, and beyond, PLI is presenting a discussion between Donald B. Ayer, a partner in the law firm of Jones Day, who argued the case on behalf of petitioner Stanford, and WilmerHale partner Mark C. Fleming, who argued the case on behalf of respondent Roche. Among other issues, the following topics will be considered: how will universities and other federal contractors respond to the Supreme Court’s decision; how will the case affect companies that collaborate with universities to commercialize inventions; what should venture capitalists and other investors know;and is the Federal Circuit’s FilmTec decision still good law?

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