Matthew Szymczyk Letter to IP Subcommittee
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District Court Blocks Attempt to Bar New Prior Art References Based on IRP Estoppel
WASHINGTON, D.C. Friday April 10th, 2020. Josh Malone, Inventor and Philanthropist, donates KN95 masks to hospitals across the US, to help in the fight against COVID-19. The masks donated to hospitals at Malone’s expense, can help protect health workers from tiny airborne particles. Hospitals have been reporting significant shortages of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), to treat COVID-19, particularly in the hard-hit state of NY. Until recently, the US did not allow the use of masks, such as the KN95. In a recent measure, the FDA announced an emergency authorization of the KN95 masks. Prior to this 3M N95 [...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. Tuesday March 3rd, 2020. Josh Malone, Inventor of Bunch O Balloons, Philanthropist and advocate for Inventor Rights AKA ‘Josh The Balloon Guy” announces sponsorship of the “Make48 2020” inventing competition. Make48 requires teams of inventors to plan, prototype and pitch a new idea for a specified industry - all within 48 hours. Throughout the Make48 competition, teams receive support from tool technicians and industry mentors, including some of America’s most successful product inventors. According to recent research*: “Children that are born to parents in the top 1% of the income distribution are ten times as likely to become [...]
Josh Malone, Philanthropist and Inventor Advocate Meets Face-to-Face with Elected Officials in DC Josh Malone is looking to create awareness about the newly introduced Inventor Rights Act. Malone believes that one the most effective ways of getting the right messages to members of congress, is by direct communication, thereby explaining in-person why inventors need IP protection. Josh Malone and Fred Ruckel Meet With Congressman Antonio Delgado. On Wednesday 15th January, 2020 Josh Malone accompanied inventor Fred Ruckel (from the NY19 district) to meet with his representatives, in Washington DC, to present the newly introduced bill H.R. 5478 Malone [...]
US Inventor Applauds Introduction Of Bipartisan Inventor Rights Act PRESS RELEASE – December 19, 2019 WASHINGTON, D. C. – US Inventor is pleased to support the introduction of the bipartisan Inventor Rights Act, H. R. 5478 by Representatives Danny K. Davis (D-IL) and Paul Gosar, D.D.S. (R-AZ). We are extremely encouraged to have Representatives from both parties sponsor this bill on behalf of the inventors of America. The Inventor Rights Act takes critical steps in strengthening US patent rights, bringing justice for inventors, and promoting innovation, the very lifeblood of the American economy. “Due to recent changes in [...]
Josh Malone, Philanthropist and Inventor Advocate Announces New Scholarship for Enthusiastic Intellectual Property Law Students. INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION. Josh Malone is looking to inspire the next generation of inventors, lawyers, judges, patent examiners and IP professionals. Mr. Malone is encouraging students to attend a real-life PTAB hearing to take part in this $1,500 scholarship opportunity. WHEN Friday 25th October, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT the PTAB is holding trial numbers: IPR2018-01129 and IPR2018-001130 in the Maryland Ballroom BD at the at the Gaylord Resort at National Harbor (near Washington, D.C.). THE TRIAL. THE [...]
Rally to Support Emmy Recipients & Inventors Put on Trial by USPTO IT IS TIME TO STAND UP FOR INVENTORS. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Glen Sanders is my friend. He and co-inventor Howard Stark are being put on trial by the USPTO which alleges that they did not invent the digital wireless transmitting/recording microphone technology for which they won Emmy and Academy awards. Their public trial is being held an annual convention of patent attorneys at the Gaylord National Harbor. DESCRIPTION Since the 2011 America Invents Act, thousands of inventors have been stripped of their patent [...]