is dedicated to fighting in Washington DC to restore the ability of an inventor to stop the theft a patented invention, regardless of how powerful the corporation intent on taking it. This is the right inventors had that created the incentive to invent that caused America to lead the world in innovation for 200 years. This right has been significantly lost in recent years by ill-conceived legislation and judicial decisions. For those new to this issue, here is a concise explanation of what has happened. All of the activities of US Inventor are aligned to accomplish this mission.

Inventor and entrepreneur Paul Morinville‘s aspirations of achieving both the Inventor’s Dream and the American Dream were cut short by the America Invents Act of 2011 (AIA) and establishment of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), aka the “Patent Death Squad.” He has been advocating for Inventor Rights and changes to our U.S. Patent System to protect inventors since October, 2013.

US Inventor, a 501(c)(4) non-profit corporation, was founded by Paul on March 17, 2015, to first put a stop to the Innovation Act. He was joined in his efforts by fellow inventor Randy Landreneau and others who knew this legislation would be of great benefit to Big Tech, multi-national corporations and China by providing even less protection to actual inventors. Through countless informational meetings with legislators, and other actions taken, the Innovation Act was defeated.