BRIEF FOR AMICI CURIAE ALLIANCE OF INVENTOR GROUPS IN SUPPORT OF RECOGNICORP, LLC

US Inventor has signed onto a Amici Curiae Brief in support of Recognicorp, LLC. The Amici Curiae include individual inventors and small business owners, joined by various inventor associations having tens of thousands of members. Amici Curiae believe that their respective patent portfolios are wrongly threatened by the holding of the instant Decision. Read more.

Sign our Petition – State of the Patent System and Required Legislation

State of the Patent System and Required Legislation Our U.S. patent system no longer encourages investment in new technologies. Patents are now liabilities for inventors. Our USPTO discourages the creation of new technologies by enabling big corporations to crush startups and inventors.   Congress must act to stop this damage to our economic engine and the American Dream. Eliminate the …

Open Letter to PPAC Regarding Proposed Fee Increase

                                 US Inventor March 1st, 2017   US Inventor recently submitted an open letter to the Patent Public Advisory Committee (PPAC) at the USPTO. This letter is to inform PPAC of our concerns related to the proposed fee increase, USPTO transparency, and issues surrounding the PTAB including …

Brief For Amici Curiae Alliance Of Inventor Groups in support of Retractable Technologies, Inc. and Thomas J. Shaw

US Inventor has signed onto a Brief in support of Petitioners Retractable Technologies, Inc. and Thomas J. Shaw. INTERESTS OF AMICI CURIAE Amici include nonprofit inventor clubs and individual inventors and entrepreneurs. The nonprofit inventor organizations represent over 20,000 inventors, startup owners and executives and others interested in their success. The amici have spent substantial portions of their lives inventing, building new companies …

US Inventor Position on 35 USC Section 101

US Inventor Position on 35 USC Section 101 Justification Title 35 USC is the governing law on patents.  It defines the requirements of obtaining a patent, among other things.  Within 35 USC, Section 101 is effectively the door into the patent system.  Without any exceptions, 101 defines what is considered patentable subject matter: “Whoever invents or discovers any new and …

US Inventor Letter to the United Nations and White House

September 1st, 2016 Dear President Obama and Secretary General Ban Ki-moon: 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 …

Brief For Amici Curiae Alliance Of Inventor Groups in support of SCA Hygiene Products Aktiebolag and SCA Personal Care, Inc

US Inventor has signed onto a Brief in support of Petitioners SCA Hygiene Products Aktiebolag and SCA Personal Care, Inc. INTERESTS OF AMICI CURIAE Amici Curiae, including US Inventor, are non-profit organizations of inventors and small-business owners with first-hand experience with America’s patent system. They have spent substantial portions of their lives working toensure that the flaws in that system are addressed in a …

Brief Of Amici Curiae Small Inventors in support of Halo Electronics, Inc. Stryker Corp. et al.

Amici Curiae are individual inventors and associations of inventors that share a common interest in a robust patent system that encourages and appropriately rewards successful inventive pursuits. Collectively, amici have invested significant energy and personal resources in research and development in their respective technical fields. Amici rely on patents to protect those investments and to commercialize their discoveries through licensing. …

Amicus Support of MCM

This is a request to participate with US Inventor in an Amicus brief to the Supreme Court in support of MCM Portfolio. This case is asking the Supreme Court to find IPR procedures at the USPTO unconstitutional for two reasons.  The first is a separation of powers issues in that the administrative branch of government is extinguishing property rights.  The …

Brief Of Amici Curiae Eleven Law Professors in Support of the Petition for Rehearing En Banc

This amicus brief details the longstanding protection of patents as fundamental private property rights under the Constitution, reaching back to early 19th-century decisions by the Supreme Court and lower federal courts. This amicus brief builds upon recent briefs filed by CPIP Senior Scholars in several patent cases, including Cuozzo, Cooper, Halo v. Pulse, and others. These other briefs make similar arguments …