Special to Financial Post – Dec. 6, 2011 – 6:20 AM ET
In the court of law, ideas are free, execution is priceless
There are two aspects of an invention: the first is the idea, the second is the implementation. If you suspect somebody has stolen your idea, the first thing to discover is what was actually stolen. People frequently have “great ideas,” but they also have to have concepts on how to make those ideas work, otherwise they’re no better or protected by the courts than idle thoughts.