Protect Inventors, Preserve Innovation
Protect Inventors, Preserve Innovation is a special report prepared by The Washington Times Advocacy Department.
Leadership needed to undo attacks on patent rights
Intellectual property rights are fundamental to the type of economic growth, competition and innovation that our economy requires to thrive and to increase the standard of living for all. Strong IP rights — and patents in particular — are critical to the success of ideas and products.
Fight 'wealth shamers' with enlightenment, inspiration
When I first thought of writing "Who Built That," I must admit I was still in Angry Cable TV Lady mode.
Stay true to America's historic, 'exceptional' patent protections
The onset of a presidential election (despite much of the noise and silliness) does make you understand the seriousness of the choices we face and especially, the special place that America holds in the world.
Focus on real, not imaginary, problems
Congressional committee chairmen are a pretty turf-conscious bunch and don't like it when their work meets resistance from outside their own committee.
MAUREEN OHLHAUSEN, DAN SCHNEIDER: Intellectual property and the national security issue
America faces an increasingly complex security environment. Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria pose immediate challenges, of course, but China's rise, Russian foreign policy, and inharmonious relations with countries like Iran and Venezuela raise larger questions.
Patent bills: too broad, too soon, too heavy-handed
Trouncing patent trolls and achieving tort reform.
A bill aimed at cracking down on "patent trolls" has stalled almost a year after it was reintroduced
A bill aimed at cracking down on "patent trolls" has stalled almost a year after it was reintroduced with fanfare by House Republicans.