US Inventor Files Suit to Enjoin USPTO from Interfering in Patent Trials

US INVENTOR FILES SUIT TO ENJOIN USPTO FROM INTERFERING IN PATENT TRIALS USPTO, PTAB, Patent Trials, Inventors & Tech Giants At US Inventor we are standing up for independent inventors and small businesses whose survival depends on the integrity of the U.S. patent system, including

The Federal Circuit has Betrayed the Public Trust – Take Authority for Patent Law Away

THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT HAS BETRAYED THE PUBLIC TRUST – TAKE AUTHORITY FOR PATENT LAW AWAY By Paul Morinville The Federal Circuit is engaging in a long-term pattern of enacting patent law that failed to pass in Congress due to objections from the public. It is

Protest At The U.S. Supreme Court to Protect American Inventors And American Innovation

PROTEST AT THE U.S. SUPREME COURT TO PROTECT AMERICAN INVENTORS AND AMERICAN INNOVATION When: 8:00-11:00 am on November 27, 2017 Where: U.S. Supreme Court (1 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20543) US Inventor urges inventors, university research institutions, start-up companies and citizens who are concerned about the harm being done to American inventors

USI Statement on the Nomination of Andrei Iancu to be USPTO Director

USI STATEMENT ON THE NOMINATION OF ANDREI IANCU TO BE USPTO DIRECTOR    ALEXANDRIA, Va., August 29, 2017 – US Inventor President Paul Morinville released the following statement regarding President Trump’s nomination of Andrei Iancu to be Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: “I am cautiously optimistic about President Trump’s

USI’s Josh Malone speaks at the Federalist Society

USI'S JOSH MALONE SPEAKS AT THE FEDERALIST SOCIETY Josh Malone, Policy Director at US Inventor and the inventor and founder of Bunch O Balloons, appeared on the Regulatory Transparency Project, a Federalist Society podcast. In 2011, Congress created a new administrative tribunal in the U.S. Patent Office with the power to cancel

Bloomberg: “Inventors Torch Patents Outside PTO, Decry Review Process”

BLOOMBERG: "INVENTORS TORCH PATENTS OUTSIDE PTO, DECRY REVIEW PROCESS" About a dozen inventors in town for a conference set their patents aflame in front of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office headquarters Aug. 11 to protest what they called an unfair administrative system for invalidating patents. The passage of the America Invents

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