Silicon Valley veteran Mary Doyle came to Palm Inc. during a period in 2003 when competitor RIM was locking horns with NTP in what would later resolve in the $612 million landmark settlement over patent claims.

Not to be caught flat-footed, Doyle took note of the increased risk for technology companies and has since led the way for Palm’s patent strategy that is in place today.

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