US Inventor Rally
The world-renowned BBC covered the US Inventor rally on August 11 at the US Patent and Trademark Office, with the headline: “America’s inventors vent over patent infringement.”
The BBC News site adds that American inventors claim, “a board created by Obama to prevent bad patents is instead making it too easy for others to copy their inventions.”
US Inventor was founded to support the innovation efforts of the “little guy” inventors, seeking reliable patent rights for developing our inventions, bringing those inventions to a point where they can be commercialized, creating jobs and industries, and promoting continued innovation. In short, we are proponents of “securing for limited times to … inventors the exclusive right to their … discoveries” in order to “promote the progress of Science and Useful arts.” (U.S. Constitution Article I, § 8, Clause 8.) Our broad experience with the patent system, new technologies, and creating companies, gives us a unique perspective on the important issues presented in this appeal.
Fighting to restore the rights of Inventors
and innovative small businesses and startups