National Institute of Standards and Technology Seeks Public Comment on Draft Interagency March-In Framework

Under certain circumstances, federal agencies have statutory authority to force inventors of patented technology developed with federal funding to grant licenses allowing others to practice the invention. This authority is known as “march-in.” The government has never exercised these rights in the 43 years since the statutory scheme providing for march-in rights was established….
By: Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
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