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Could a potential licensee company make simple changes to my invention and steal the idea?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 17:14
they could. It all depends on whether they can innovate around your patent, and create an instrument that is sufficiently different from yours, but has same sound and function. Your best bet is to join the company as an employee, so you oversee their development work on the instrument.
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