ttools (A): The Value of a Patent to the Entrepreneur Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Innovative self-developed and patented a new pen and stylus combinations in addition to the recently released Palm Pilot Personal Digital Assistant. He presented his design for the Palm, under non-disclosure agreement to discuss the market reaction to the product and the company, TTools, was later allowed to advertise the device in a monthly e-mail to Palm customers. After TTools "release the throttle grip / stylus, Palm and design firm IDEO provided similar pen / stylus device that appeared to infringe on TTools" patent. TTools, being a small, limited resources of the company was in dire straits. Its competitive advantages and rights of the patent owner was threatened. He had few financial resources to draw upon, and thus its existence as a company was at stake. Explores options were available TTools react to Palma and IDEO in. "Hide
by James J. Conley, Feng Chu, Jeff Nudd, J. Marcus Cooper Source: Kellogg School Management 12 pages. Publication Date: January 1, 2006. Prod. #: KEL279-PDF-ENG

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