Entrepreneurs push the limits of innovation – investing in people, real estate, equipment and services – to grow great organizations. In my own experience building and nurturing NuVo Technologies in Northern Kentucky, I tapped every available resource to make NuVo a leader in whole home audio solutions. And we were. In just five years, we grew our team from four to 37 people, and our revenues increased ten-fold. Small businesses like mine are the backbone of the American economy. So why are patent trolls so insistent on leaching off our success and tearing us down?
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