When Austin inventors Kermit Aguayo and Khanh “Kelvin” Tran suspected that one of their patents had been violated by Motorola, they called an attorney. Then another. And another. “We called and talked to seven different law firms during a long period of search time to find one that would be willing to represent [us],” says Aguayo.

Why so many rejections?

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