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Imagine you have spent your graduate school years toiling away in a university research lab developing a groundbreaking digital health innovation. You and another lab worker are convinced that your latest discovery, a smart medical device with embedded software that connects to a mobile app, will forever change diagnostics. Having developed a prototype, including the embedded software and mobile app, you decide to form a company to commercialize the product. You have heard that the university will likely take ownership over all of your intellectual property rights (you do vaguely recall seeing something to that effect in the paperwork you signed when you first enrolled), but will grant you a license on its standard term

Publication Date

Spring 2018

Publisher

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

Keywords

software, Technology, digital health

Disciplines

Business Organizations Law | Science and Technology Law

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