- The Wisconsin Legislature has passed a bill that will make it easier for University of Wisconsin professors to commercialize their discoveries, but two other bills endorsed by the technology community are apparently going nowhere during the remainder of the 2005-07 legislative session.
On separate voice votes, the State Assembly and the State Senate enacted their re......Full article >>>
ingent, it was just something that got put in a stack of papers, and when they finally got to it, they got to it," Mitchell said.
SB 338 gives the Attorney General's office 30 days to complete reviews of contracts over $75,000 in value between the university and the business that is spun out of research, and it gives the Attorney General the opportunity to ask for an extension. The new p......Full article >>>
tely dedicated to it, and we're going to try it again in the next session."
"It's an idea that remains on the table," said Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. "I think it will continue to be pushed by all of those involved."
Elsewhere, cost considerations ground SB 152 to a halt. The bill would provide an education tax credit to employers to incentivize the ......Full article >>>
ring lawsuits against a group of defendants in lieu of identifying the specific manufacturer of a defective product that causes an injury. As a result, they believe it subjects manufacturers involved in the production of components, including those in high-tech and biotechnology, to increased risk.
Senate Bill 58 would have established strict criteria to determine whether a product manuf......Full article >>>
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