SCIPC is charged to review all University of Washington policies and practices related to faculty intellectual property, including its management and commercialization.
UW executive orders
Bayh-Dole Act and Stanford v. Roche
- Administration of the Bayh-Dole Act. Report by the U.S. General Accounting Office to congressional committees. (May 1998)
- Stanford vs Roche. (October 2010)
Outside Professional Work for Compensation Form 1460
- Current version of outside work form 1460 (Office of Research)
- WA Senate Bill 5247 (2013-14). Regarding assignment of IP rights at institutions of higher education.
- “Stanford v. Roche: Confirming The Basic Patent Law Principle That Inventors Ultimately Have Rights In Their Inventions”. Maddy F. Baer, Stephanie Lollo Donahue and Rebecca J. Cantor. (March 2012)
- “Managing University IP in the Public Interest”. National Academies. (2010)
- AAUP recommended principles & practices to guide academy-industry relationships. (2012)
- AAUP statement on copyright. (1999)
- “Legal Context of University Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer”. National Academies. (2010)
- “New Approach to IP at Penn State”. Henry C. Foley. (2012)
- “The Real Issue behind Stanford v. Roche: Faulty Conceptions of University Assignment Policies Stemming from the 1947 Biddle Report”. Sean M. O’Connor, UW Professor of Law. (2013)
- “Questions raised about intellectual property rights at Pitt”. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. (September 11, 2014)