Complete Case details are given below :
Case Name : DuPont’s Patent Donations
Authors : Robert F. Bruner, Mary Margaret Frank, Paul Simko, David Martin, Marc Goldstein
Source : Darden School of Business
Case ID : UV1760
Discipline : Finance
Case Length : 23 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In December 1998, an intellectual property executive at DuPont pondered a new program for the 196-year-old company. The executive was reviewing a proposal to donate DuPont patents to universities around the United States. The move promised substantial financial benefits for DuPont-the company could save on fees to maintain the patents, and they could gain significant tax deductions. But should DuPont make such a donation, and if so, should it offer patents in the life sciences or in another discipline? Did the program hold any strategic or tax-related risks for DuPont?
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