Independent Inventor, Tara Chand, Founder of Internet Promise Group® Files Suit against USPTO Director Kappos
TORRANCE, Calif., Sept. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Chand proceeding pro se, for its complaint against Kappos et al, alleges USPTO has misinterpreted and thus has misapplied requirements of 35 USC 154(b) to the determination of patent term of issued patents, against the clear intent of the US Congress, and has deprived Chand of the full patent term of seventeen years.
Chand is of the belief that other interested parties interested in the outcome of this case would intervene on behalf of the Plaintiff with offers to act and act as counsel. For a copy of the complaint, send an e-mail to Chand.
Chand as an independent inventor invents out of his life’s passion and invents new technologies in areas that are not in the purview of employees of large corporations, as they generally invent, based on the direction of their employers to improve their existing product lines. Chand’s innovations are a foundation for economic growth to bring the US out of its economic malaise.
Tara Chand is founder and managing director of Internet Promise Group® LLC – a high stakes innovation enterprise. IPG has plans to file for a multi-billion dollar IPO next year to bring many new products and solutions to the marketplace that would change the business landscape, in mobile advertisement, secure payment transactions, critical infrastructure security, e-commerce, and new technologies embedded in mobile wireless devices, among many others.
IPG has in its portfolio, large number of issued US patents and pending applications in many different and diverse technology areas that include: Solar Energy; Vehicle Safety; Cyber Security Defense, Remote User Authentication, Encryption: Personal Health; Wireless Mobile Devices, Touch Screen Technology; Advertisement on Mobile Devices, Educational Games, Secure Payment Systems, Bank Security systems; Diabetes Devices; E-commerce; Wireless Networks; Social networks; and Executive Compensation Management system.
The complaint alleges, in part, that it has been long held US Government public policy that encourages innovation and filing of patent applications by US citizens. Pursuant to that policy filing of a US patent application for a patent by a US citizen applicant is a disclosure for public good that creates an implied and binding contract that grants a monopoly to the US Citizen inventors for a fixed term of seventeen years to exploit the fruits of their invention.
SOURCE Internet Promise Group