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US Inventor brings together the best and brightest innovators of today to help the best and brightest innovators of tomorrow. We teach, promote, and defend the invention process and business methods involved in taking an idea, making a profit, and changing lives.
Inventors depend on strong intellectual property laws to defend their innovations- create jobs- and secure investors. The Inventor’s Project was created to help protect those laws through education.
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Letter To the UN
September 1st, 2016
TO: The President of the United States, and the Secretary General of the United Nations
As we are entering a period of global uncertainty, whether dealing with emerging public health threats like Zika, political and economic changes like Brexit, or larger trade agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) or the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) we want to outline principles of policies that will enhance innovation, invention, and new solutions for people around the globe.
We, the undersigned, support policies that foster new, useful, and unique products for people around the world. Policymakers should consider these principles when making or debating local public policy or international agreements.
- Market-based policies that reward the value of invention and innovation to individuals and society;
- Intellectual property rights, and enforcement, are made readily available to inventors;
- Each inventor should have access to her government, and particularly independent courts, to defend her properly patented ideas and inventions from unlawful theft; and
- To support these principles each government should promote, support, and defend a patent and intellectual property regime that embodies these principles.
Therefore, we encourage current and future policymakers to use these principles when developing policy in local governments or at multi-lateral international organizations.
U.S. Trade Representative
U.S. Department of Commerce
U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee
U.S. House Judiciary Committee
U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee
U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee
UN High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines
Organization of Economic Co-ordination and Development
World Health Organization
World Intellectual Property Organization
Patent Injustice Project
Inventors depend on strong intellectual property laws to defend their innovations- create jobs- and secure investors. The Patent Injustice Project was created to help protect those laws through education.
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