AAU thanks Representative Stivers (R-OH) and Bill Foster (D-IL) for introducing the STRONGER Patents Act, bipartisan legislation that would effectively crack down on abuses of the U.S. patent system while taking steps to improve that system.
The Association of American Universities, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Association of University Technology Managers, and Council on Governmental Relations today released a statement supporting the introduction of the STRONGER Patents Act in the U.S. Senate.
AAU, APLU, AUTM, AAMC, and COGR, comment on the Rights to Federally Funded Inventions and Licensing of Government Owned Inventions 81 FR 78090: RIN 0693-AB63.
The study, which sensibly attempts to draw distinctions among the widely varied business models of actors in the patent system, supports our long-held position that any efforts to reduce abusive litigation practices must be narrowly tailored to address the small minority of patent holders that are abusing the system.
Higher Education Association statement on Federal Trade Commission’s Patent Assertion Entity Activity Study, 2016.
Higher education associations expressed their continued serious concerns about the Innovation Act (H.R. 9), the proposed Manager’s Amendment, and the process by which the legislation has been developed.
AAU, APLU, AAMC, ACE, AUTM, and COGR today released the following statement on the introduction of the PATENT Act by Senators Grassley, Leahy, Cornyn, Schumer, Hatch, Klobuchar, and Lee, 2015.
The Association of American Universities (AAU) and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) today released the following statement regarding the Targeting Rogue and Opaque Letters (TROL) Act.
AAU, APLU, et. al, respond to the letters dated April 2, 2015 from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) regarding patent trolls.
Dr. Michael R. Crum testifies before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary Hearing on “The Impact of Abusive Patent Litigation Practices on the American Economy.”