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There are none Eminent domain is the doctrine that government can seize a person's property and convert it to public use. IP is just property and it can be acquired by government on the same basis that any other property can be. The 5th amendment requires that this requires payment of just compensation and that the appropriation is for public use (which is ...


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Eminent domain is not a concern for you, under the normal understanding of what it refers to. The government might take your house for a public purpose, and given the nature of land, you wouldn't have that land anymore. The government would not have the power to compel production of your research results through ordinary land-grab means. That does not mean ...


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