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32nd Annual Frontiers in Education
This paper provides an overview of the legal aspects of entrepreneurship and invention from an educator's perspective. In today's environment of rapid deployment of new technologies, often involving some aspect of university research or technology commercialization, decisions are often made without the necessary understanding or consideration of the legal issues that should be considered. Universities and corporations have the benefit of legal counsel, but the legal rights of professors,doi:10.1109/fie.2002.1158145 fatcat:xml3y4s24zg65likzpg54lenqi