‘provisions that are not narrowly tailored’

http://www.patentdocs.org/2016/03/the-venue-act-a-last-ditch-attempt-at-patent-reform.html

‘they contain many provisions that are not narrowly tailored to address the perceived problem of “Patent Trolls.” ‘

That’s always been the problem with these patent bills. Infringers whine about problems that seldom if ever exist, or they fictionalize and propose ‘reforms’ that have far reaching affects and at times have nothing to do with the problems they claim exist. In the end we get the same result, making it harder and more lengthy and expensive to get and enforce patents. For inventors and small entities the patent system is mostly dead. After fighting the PTO for years we find we are unable to enforce the patents we do finally get. Our rights have largely been destroyed.

Don’t believe the lies of thieves and their Chinese style propaganda. Just because they call it reform doesn’t mean it is.

For our position and the changes we advocate to truly reform the patent system, or to join our effort, please visit us at https://aminventorsforjustice.wordpress.com/category/our-position/
or, contact us at tifj@mail.com

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‘This bill is really about …’

http://setexasrecord.com/stories/510703794-venue-act-aims-to-lessen-ease-of-filing-patent-lawsuits-in-eastern-district-of-texas

‘This bill is really about making sure disputes are filed somewhere that makes sense’

plain English translation: make inventors file in districts where the juries and judges are our employees or relatives of and where we control who is elected or appointed to the bench…so we can make our own laws and take what we want without paying

Sure, filing in the districts of infringers makes sense…to invention thieves.

Two questions are paramount for inventors and small entities when choosing where to sue  infringers 1) how long will it take to get to trial, and 2) what are the chances I will get transferred to another district. In some districts it will take 7 years or longer to get to trial. We cannot wait that long, or we’ll go out of business. If we get transferred out to  a district that takes that long, we get the same results. In other districts, such as eastern Texas, we get to trial in a much shorter time -maybe as little as 2 years or less, and have a good chance of staying there (or at least once did). Infringers don’t like speedy trials. They would rather wait until hell freezes over with the hope we will go out of business, or at least settle for crumbs so we can remain in business. That is not justice.

Don’t believe the lies and Chinese style propaganda of large multinational thieves and their puppets. Just because they call it reform doesn’t mean it is.

 

‘The American Invents Act really needs to be repealed’

http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2016/03/26/patent-laws-harming-children-americas-innovative-future/id=67465/

‘The American Invents Act really needs to be repealed in its entirety and replaced with legislation that strengthens patent rights.’

We agree. All it does is make it easier for large multinationals to rob and crush their small American competitors who produce the lions share of new jobs here. Those are the same multinationals who when they cant export jobs, import workers from low wage countries while laying off their American workers and artificially inflate their employed Americans.

For our position and the changes we advocate, or to join our effort, please visit us at https://aminventorsforjustice.wordpress.com/category/our-position/
or, contact us at tifj@mail.com

‘mecca for patent litigation’

http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2016/03/25/blatant-forum-shopping-patent-litigation/id=67451/

‘Actually, the district has become a mecca for patent litigation because its plaintiff friendly characteristics make it an expensive place to defend yourself against an accusation of patent infringement’

So say large multinational invention thieves, their paid puppets and those they have duped or doped.

Two questions are paramount for inventors and small entities when choosing where to sue  infringers 1) how long will it take to get to trial, and 2) what are the chances I will get transferred to another district. In some districts it will take 7 years or longer to get to trial. We cannot wait that long, or we’ll go out of business. If we get transferred out to  a district that takes that long, we get the same results. In other districts, such as eastern Texas, we get to trial in a much shorter time -maybe as little as 2 years or less, and have a good chance of staying there (or at least once did). Infringers don’t like speedy trials. They would rather wait until hell freezes over with the hope we will go out of business, or at least settle for crumbs so we can remain in business. That is not justice.

All these bills are basically written by thieves and their paid puppets then slipped by politicians they have slyly hoodwinked -in some cases it may be worse. These bills will not reform, as in improve, the patent system. What they will do is make it harder, slower, and more expensive for us to get and enforce patents for our inventions and thus make it easier for large multinational invention thieves to rob and crush us. Just because they call it ‘reform’ doesn’t mean it is.

For our position and the changes we advocate, or to join our effort, please visit us at https://aminventorsforjustice.wordpress.com/category/our-position/
or, contact us at tifj@mail.com

 

This bill is proffered as a solution’

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/mar/24/adam-mossoff-weighing-the-patent-system/

The Times has blocked us from posting this on their site. Censorship? Are they in league with thieves?

‘This bill is proffered as a solution to the widely condemned practice of an unduly large number of patent lawsuits filed in a federal district court located in Marshall, Texas, a small town in eastern Texas.’

Two questions are paramount for inventors and small entities when choosing where to sue  infringers 1) how long will it take to get to trial, and 2) what are the chances I will get transferred to another district. In some districts it will take 7 years or longer to get to trial. We cannot wait that long, or we’ll go out of business. If we get transferred out to  a district that takes that long, we get the same results. In other districts, such as eastern Texas, we get to trial in a much shorter time -maybe as little as 2 years or less, and have a good chance of staying there (or at least once did). Infringers don’t like speedy trials. They would rather wait until hell freezes over with the hope we will go out of business, or at least settle for crumbs so we can remain in business. That is not justice.

All these bills are basically written by thieves and their paid puppets then slipped by politicians they have slyly hoodwinked -in some cases it may be worse. These bills will not reform, as in improve, the patent system. What they will do is make it harder, slower, and more expensive for us to get and enforce patents for our inventions and thus make it easier for large multinational invention thieves to rob and crush us. Just because they call it ‘reform’ doesn’t mean it is.

For our position and the changes we advocate, or to join our effort, please visit us at https://aminventorsforjustice.wordpress.com/category/our-position/
or, contact us at tifj@mail.com

‘A new patent reform bill’

http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2016/03/24/patent-litigation-venue-reform/id=67437/

‘A new patent reform bill …called the Venue Equity and Non-Uniformity Elimination Act of 2016

plain English translation: legalize theft of small competitor’s inventions

All these changes do is help legalize theft so large multinationals can rob and crush their small competitors. Then they can ship their remaining jobs overseas, or import more low wage country workers for their salt mine labor fields here. Don’t believe the lies of thieves. Just because they call it ‘reform’ doesn’t mean it is.

For our position and the changes we advocate, or to join our effort, please visit us at https://aminventorsforjustice.wordpress.com/category/our-position/
or, contact us at tifj@mail.com

‘far larger problem facing the Patent Office’

http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2016/03/23/the-blame-game-low-quality-patents/id=67406/

‘I personally believe the far larger problem facing the Patent Office is that some patent examiners refuse to allow any patents at all’

Inventors completely agree!

Ask seasoned inventors and they’ll tell you the problem with the PTO is not the patents they issue, but those they don’t. To them the PTO has become a tool for large multinational infringers. Their response for being taken to task for invention theft is to bamboozle PTO officials into making it impossible for inventors and small entities to obtain their patents. No patents=no patent suits. Inventors will tell you the PTO has been complicit -just look at the SAWS program. They have lost all confidence in the PTO and the patent system as is irrefutable based on how small entity patent applications have crashed. This is a crisis for America’s economy and job creation.

For our position and the changes we advocate, or to join our effort, please visit us at https://aminventorsforjustice.wordpress.com/category/our-position/
or, contact us at tifj@mail.com