This case takes place in Pennsylvania and involves a dispute arising from an alleged patent infringement. The plaintiff, a notable designer and inventor of industrial products, presented a patented concept to a prospective client – a Fortune 500 company – specifically designed and intended for the removal of body hair. The hair removal product has been patented and developed by the individual. He presented a prototype product for consideration to the firm’s COO for a licensing agreement. In the past, the inventor had licensed numerous inventions to other companies in a variety of industries. The company expressed significant interest in the product and asked him not to present the product to any other companies in the industry. One year later, the company brought a nearly identical product to market. Today the product generates a significant yearly revenue through infomercial sales, as well as through traditional and online retailers. The company disputes that the product infringed on the claimants patent because the product they made is different in several ways. An expert in intellectual property (IP) was sought to opine on the issue.