Employment Law and Intellectual Property Law
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Employment Law and Intellectual Property Law

Ann L. Monotti

This research review discusses themes that arise at the points at which employment and intellectual property laws converge. Topics include historical perspectives on employee inventions; rationales for default rules; allocation of ownership of employee creation; restraints and employee mobility. The research review also discusses university approaches and issues.
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Ann L. Monotti

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Employment Law and Intellectual Property Law

Ann L. Monotti (ed.)

ISBN 978 1 78536 641 3

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