Soody Tronson’s Interview on Intellectual Property Licensing Featured in New York Times

Soody Tronson was interviewed on licensing lessons every inventor should understand.

Americans have long admired inventors, those gadgeteers intent on thinking up the next big thing. From Ben Franklin, who tinkered with eyeglasses to create bifocals to Fulton’s steam engine, Bell’s telephone and Edison’s light bulbs, the notion of building a better mousetrap is right up there with baseball, apple pie, and Mom. More.