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General Patent Corporation Calls New Patent Reform Bill Harmful to Inventors and Entrepreneurs
Date:4/13/2009

ct their intellectual rights and property under the law.

Dr. Poltorak, a national expert on the U.S. patent system and co-author of two books on the subject, says that the new bill "will devalue patents, and stifle innovation and entrepreneurship." He is also founder and president of the non-profit organization American Innovators for Patent Reform (AIPR), and suggests that readers write to their respective Senators and Congressional Representatives to express their views about the Patent Reform Act of 2009.

For further information, contact General Patent Corporation at www.generalpatent.com, telephone 845-368-4000 x116.

About General Patent Corporation
General Patent Corporation (GPC), headquartered in Suffern, New York, is the premier intellectual property (IP) boutique focusing on patent licensing and patent enforcement, as well as IP strategy and IP valuation. GPC represents clients in assertive licensing, patent infringement claims and patent infringement litigation on a contingency basis. For more information, visit www.generalpatent.com.

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