Over 20 years ago, for a Marketing course, I repositioned an airline–it was a very good project which received acclaim by my professor and class, so much so that my professor asked to borrow my paper for a week. I thought nothing of it until I began to see my ideas, one by one, used in the airline industry (for which I have worked over 30 years).

Human nature may not have changed over many centuries; however, information sharing has and I wonder if there is any way to prove that my ideas were shared with key aviation players without my permission and if I have any recourse.

I recognize there may be a statute of limitations but, really, just want to know if the University was culpable in this?

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