Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett Packard CEO, and now in the midst of challenging for the Republican Presidential nomination, spoke at the Iowa State Fair this week, specifically touching on the patent reform bill in Congress right now. She said the bill would harm the small innovator and she has lobbied against the bill for many months.
In his first speech to Congress, President Donald J. Trump finished strong, talking about how inventors can make the American economy great again. You might expect that from a branding pioneer. His billions are built on intellectual property; the Trump Organization owns hundreds of trademarks around the world. In fact, it’s a family legacy: his […]
Law360 looks at what issues slid under the radar this year. Richard Baker, New England Intellectual Property LLC, writes: “The most underreported IP development in 2015 is Capitol Hill’s attitude reversal regarding patent rights. For half a decade, infringers dominated intellectual property debate, vilifying patent owners and keeping inventors from telling their side. In 2015, things changed […]
A recent article by Paul Morinville and Gene Quinn, published on IPWatchdog In the past decade, the patent system has been turned on its head. Inventors are now villainized as cartoon characters called patent trolls simply because they assert their hard-earned patent rights against corporations who steal their inventions. These infringing corporations have cleverly cultivated […]