In copyright law, an employer’s ownership of employee creations made during the course of their employment is well-defined and clear (under the work made for hire doctrine).
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Supreme Court Decision in Stanford University v. Roche Molecular Sys., Inc. Looms Over Inventor/Employee Relationships
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