Washington, D.C. (September 29) — The Council for Innovation Promotion released the following statement today following the passing of Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.): “Senator Feinstein’s life of public service should be an inspiration to all of us. She had a significant impact on virtually every policy area during her thirty years in the U.S. Senate.
WASHINGTON (August 29) — Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released the initial 10 prescription drugs subject to price controls under the Inflation Reduction Act. Frank Cullen, executive director of the Council for Innovation Promotion, issued the following statement regarding the development: “Today’s announcement marks a concerning turn for America’s intellectual property system.
The Council for Innovation Promotion (C4IP) and University of Maryland Host Roundtable on PG County Innovation Ecosystem With Rep. Glenn Ivey (MD-4)
COLLEGE PARK, MD (July 24) — Today, the Council for Innovation Promotion (C4IP) and the University of Maryland will host a roundtable event featuring special guest Congressman Glenn F. Ivey, who represents Maryland’s fourth district, along with local entrepreneurs, engineers, venture capitalists, and experts in intellectual property. Participants will discuss ways Prince George’s County can
WASHINGTON (July 11) — Today, the Council for Innovation Promotion released a policy agenda that, if implemented, would strengthen intellectual property rights in the United States and secure the country’s position as the innovation hub of the world. “Our new policy agenda confronts the recent domestic and global attacks on the United States IP system,”
WASHINGTON (June 28, 2023) – Today, the Council for Innovation Promotion announced the creation of a grant program for intellectual property research, scholarship, and writings. The program will advance C4IP’s mission to provide lawmakers data-driven recommendations to inform IP policy. “Fact-based discussions are a prerequisite for the formation of any new legislative policy,” said Jamie
The Council for Innovation Promotion (C4IP) Commends Introduction of PREVAIL Act in the U.S. House of Representatives
WASHINGTON (June 27) — Today, Representatives Ken Buck and Deborah Ross introduced the Promoting and Respecting Economically Vital American Innovation Leadership (PREVAIL) Act. Last week, Senators Chris Coons and Thom Tillis introduced complementary legislation in the U.S. Senate. C4IP strongly supports the PREVAIL Act, which would make long-overdue reforms to the Patent Trial and Appeal
The Council for Innovation Promotion (C4IP) Applauds Senators Tillis and Coons’ Introduction of Bills to Kickstart American Innovation
WASHINGTON (June 22) — Today, Senators Thom Tillis and Chris Coons introduced two complementary bills to strengthen intellectual property rights in the United States. C4IP strongly supports these bills, as they would act as vital safeguards to Americans’ constitutionally enshrined IP rights. One bill seeks to reform a recent administrative review process of issued patents
WASHINGTON (June 8) — The Council for Innovation Promotion (C4IP) is pleased to announce that Peter Krug has joined as Director of Outreach and Development. “C4IP is delighted to welcome a Washington policy veteran and expert in intellectual property to our ranks,” said Frank Cullen, executive director of C4IP. “Peter’s expertise will be invaluable in
WASHINGTON (April 26) — Today, the Council for Innovation Promotion released the following statement to commemorate this year’s World Intellectual Property Day, which is focused on “Women and IP”: “Each year, World IP Day provides a chance to celebrate and reflect on the ways intellectual property protections have driven progress and changed our world for
WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 25) — The Council for Innovation Promotion (C4IP) is pleased to announce that Ms. Jamie Simpson will join as Chief Policy Officer and Counsel, effective May 1. “We are thrilled to welcome Jamie Simpson to the C4IP team. Jamie’s combination of talent and experience will be enormously impactful in our mission to promote
WASHINGTON (April 24, 2023) — The Council for Innovation Promotion Board Co-Chairs David Kappos and Andrei Iancu, along with several other former U.S. officials, recently sent a letter to the European Commission to raise concerns about draft regulations that threaten U.S. and European innovation, and by extension, the global economy. “If enacted, the proposed regulations
WASHINGTON (December 21) — Congressional appropriators recently unveiled their $1.7 trillion omnibus funding package, which is likely to face a vote by the end of this week. Frank Cullen, executive director of the Council for Innovation Promotion, released the following statement on the package: “C4IP is pleased that pro-IP provisions were included in the final