Acquisition of interest in intellectual properties
(1) Any school district or education service district may develop or acquire interests in intellectual property of any kind, whether patentable or copyrightable or not, including patents, copyrights, inventions, discoveries, processes, systems, methods and ideas. Such districts may also agree to aid in the development of property acquired pursuant to this section and ORS 332.750 (Transactions involving intellectual property exempt from certain bidding requirements) and to pay an assignor of any interest in intellectual property a share of any moneys received on account of the districts’ ownership, management, use or disposition of the property.
(2) The district school board or education service district board may manage, develop or dispose of property acquired or developed under subsection (1) of this section, and may contract with any other public school district, education service district, community college district or publicly supported institution of higher education of this or any other state or with the federal government regarding the management, development, use or disposition thereof. The board may reassign such property to the person from whom it was acquired. [1969 c.217 §§1,2; 1975 c.770 §29]
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