Marc Graser and Dave McNary wrote a great piece over at Variety regarding the difficulties in keeping a blockbuster movie under wraps during production. Pre-release leakage of information, pictures, scripts can destroy a movie – but it can also make one. I couldn’t help but read this and think how it parallels the need for inventors to keep their inventions secret in the pre-filing period. It may be tempting to let people in on your secret, but it can have dire consequences for the value of the eventual patent. Read the article: Hollwood confidential: hush vs. gush.
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