US Trade Rep Must Secure our Intellectual Property Rights

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/economy-budget/327201-trade-rep-nominee-will-fight-key-battle-for-intellectual#bottom-story-socials 

5 Ways Better IP Trade Policy Can Boost American Jobs

http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/5-ways-intellectual-property-trade-policy-can-promote-american-jobs/

Focus On Medicines Patents & Prices Alone May Do More Harm Than Good

IP Watch has published my op-ed discussing the important topics of medicines, patents, prices, and innovation, and the need to look at all the factors in order to maintain an environment that promotes innovation in this critical field.

Senate Finance Committee Testimony

I recently had the honor of being invited to testify before the U.S. Senate Finance Committee on the implementation and enforcement of the free trade agreements the United States makes with countries around the world. My written testimony and the webcast of the hearing are both available here.

A 21st Century Copyright Office: The Conservative Case for Reform

In the very first State of the Union address in 1790, George Washington urged Congress to pass a copyright law.  Today, the Copyright Office supports over $1 TRILLION of economic activity.  But the Office is hidden away in the Library of Congress and stuck with outdated technology.  How did that happen and why does it matter to you?  Read the Hudson Institute paper I co-wrote with former Register of Copyrights Ralph Oman to find out.