This week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-to-2 in favor of Roche Holding AG in the case of Stanford v. Roche Molecular Systems. The suit pertained to a dispute over ownership of intellectual property for methods of testing the effectiveness of an H.I.V. treatment. Mark Holodniy, the principle investigator in this case, had transferred rights […]
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