IAA Open Door Meeting, Wed October 2nd, 2019 IT’S TONIGHT!
DOES MY PATENT PROTECT ME? Josh Malone shares his journey from idea stage to fighting to protect Bunch O Balloons
THE INVENTORS ASSOCIATION OF ARIZONA
The Shredding Of
The US Patent System
Join us for the showing of the documentary INVALIDATED followed by a lively discussion with Josh Malone (via live stream video)
Everything we touch, everything we use was invented by someone. The inventive spirit is embedded in the DNA of our country. For over two hundred years, America has led the world in innovation because the US patent system protected this inventive spirit better than any other country in the world.
However, a decade of laws, regulations and court decisions have had an effect on our constitutional right to decide who and who may not use a patented invention. This may be an increasing threat to the protection of Intellectual Property by grassroots inventors.
Join us on Wednesday to learn more about the experience of an inventor of a very successful product, Bunch O’Balloons by Josh Malone.
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