Describes the legal odyssey of two engineers who start their former employer, a company that was competing directly left. The topics are employment contracts, technology licenses, antitrust, trade secrets and confidential information. Provides a good opportunity for the students, the legal and ethical issues that surround explore the concept of intellectual property.

Describes the legal odyssey of two engineers who start their former employer, a company that was competing directly left. The topics are employment contracts, technology licenses, antitrust, trade secrets and confidential information. Provides a good opportunity for the students, the legal and ethical issues that surround explore the concept of intellectual property.
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Michael J. Roberts,
Ennis J. Walton
Source: Harvard Business School
26 pages.
Publication Date: Oct 13, 1987. Prod #: 388041-PDF-ENG
CVD, Inc. vs. A.S. Markham Corp. (A) HBR case solution