“Any suggestion that this legislation would allow companies to patent anyone’s DNA is simply false,” C4IP writes, adding that the ‘scaremongering’…ignores the fact that the
Isolated human genes would be patentable, and the costs of medical diagnostic tests would jump under a recently introduced bill to revamp patent eligibility, panelists
Bipartisan Advocacy Coalition From Former Obama and Trump Officials Launches Major Advertising Campaign
WASHINGTON (October 26) — This week, the Council for Innovation Promotion, a bipartisan coalition dedicated to promoting strong and effective intellectual property rights, launched its
Former USPTO Directors Launch Bipartisan Advocacy Organization Dedicated to Promoting and Defending U.S. Innovation
WASHINGTON (September 22) — Today, the Council for Innovation Promotion, a new coalition that will advocate for the preservation of U.S. intellectual property, formally launched.