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Rob Strayer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Cyber and International Communications Policy, Explains What International IP Espionage Looks Like

June 26, 2020
Rob Strayer is the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Cyber and International Communications Policy. His duties include development of policy as it pertains to international cybersecurity, as well as leading dialogue on related subjects with foreign governments.
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Adam Mossoff Explains Why Patents Matter to Job Creation, Competitiveness, and National Security

June 5, 2020
Adam Mossoff is a law professor at the Antonin Scalia School of Law, George Mason University where he teaches a range of classes covering intellectual property. Widely regarded as an authority in IP theory and policy, Mr.
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2020 Inventing America Conference: Key Quotes From IP Experts

April 16, 2020
A diverse range of intellectual property experts gathered recently in Washington D. C.
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Restoring Injunctive Relief for Standard Essential Patent Holders

February 14, 2020
A new Joint Policy Statement by the Department of Justice (DOJ), U. S.
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Tech Giants Are Using Efficient Infringement (a.k.a Invention Theft) to Crush Competitors and Kill Innovation

February 14, 2020
Efficient infringement has become an all-too-common business practice in the U. S.
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Three Reports Highlighting the Current State of the U.S. Patent System

December 4, 2019
China Now Outpaces Other Countries in Patent Filings From WIPO’s Report: “World Intellectual Property Indicators 2019” Every year, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) releases a report that analyzes and ranks global IP activity. Key findings in this year’s report reveal that the U.
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Promoting Innovation by Increasing Diversity in Patenting

October 14, 2019
The Patent Diversity Gap The U. S.
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The U.S. Position as a Leader in Innovation is Still Under Threat

October 14, 2019
The Innovation Alliance recently released a slide deck highlighting how the U. S.
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The STRONGER Patents Act Continues to Gain Support in Congress and Beyond

August 8, 2019
Last month, a bipartisan group of U. S.
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We Need Predictability in Our Patent System to Promote American Innovation

July 3, 2019
Since the Supreme Court’s 2014 Alice decision it has been unclear what is or is not eligible for patent protection in the U. S.
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