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Incomparable Innovative India

Incomparable Innovative India

This article was originally published in Business World on April 24, 2017. When it comes to innovative potential, few countries compare to India. The world’s largest democracy, India now also boasts the world’s fifth largest market economy, and the world’s second-largest population size of 1.3 billion. But India has not yet lived up to that potential: […]

Why The US Can’t Afford To Fall Behind In Intellectual Property Enforcement

Why The US Can’t Afford To Fall Behind In Intellectual Property Enforcement

This article was originally published in Forbes on April 17, 2017. American leadership in intellectual property (IP) presents one of our economy’s greatest strengths and biggest challenges. Consider the evidence: from leading apparel brands and electronics to the production of movies, music and lifesaving medicines, IP supports more than 45 million American jobs in 81 different […]

The Patent Policy That Could Harm Canada’s Patients

The Patent Policy That Could Harm Canada’s Patients

All investors crave certainty: certainty in product performance, in labor costs, in market climate. For investors in innovative technologies, including medical technologies, there is a fundamental need for certainty. In short, if an investor company is going to risk billions of dollars and years of manpower to create an innovative medicine, its ownership over that […]

IP-intensive Industries Beyond the Red Carpet

IP-intensive Industries Beyond the Red Carpet

What does an IP-intensive industry look like? The film, television, and music communities can show you. Yesterday, Creative Rights Caucus Co-Chairs Representative Judy Chu and Representative Doug Collins hosted “Beyond the Red Carpet: Movie & TV Magic Day” in partnership with members of the film, television, and music communities. These creative industries are crucial to the […]

Celebrating Ingenuity & Innovation During Women’s History Month

Celebrating Ingenuity & Innovation During Women’s History Month

This article was originally published in Above the Fold on March 30, 2017. It’s windshield wipers and stem cell isolation techniques, or ice cream and Kevlar: the work of women innovators makes our world possible. In recognition of March as Women’s History Month, the U.S. Chamber’s Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) is honoring women who harness the power of […]