A Patently Obsessive Compulsion
While a bit extreme, obsessive pretty much describes our approach to patenting. We’re determined to protect our inventions. We put far too much time and energy into developing them to have someone copy and profit from them. And we feel we are good at this.
We work hard to obtain as broad a level of protection as possible for the inventive steps that underlie the new construction of a product, the way it works or how it is made. It can be an expensive undertaking. But it can prove more expensive not to do this, as imitating is far easier than inventing.