Moral hypothetical: Suppose that you have spent all of your adult life working to create a pill to cure a major disease (e.g. Aids). After sacrificing everything (time, family, money) you succeed and develop a successful pill. You start a company and market the pill. Then, a non-profit organization analyzes your pill and begins to manufacture a much cheaper version of it and distribute it to third world nations without your permission. This causes you a significant loss of profit, forcing you to lay off half of your company's employees.
Assume that you can stop the non-profit company by going to court and getting an injunction that will force them to cease what they're doing.
In the hypothetical above, would you take legal action to stop the non-profit organization?