Monica will coordinate i2Coalition work on the policy initiatives chosen for focus by the member-led i2Coalition Working Groups.
i2Coalition Members and guests please join us in Washington D.C. April 11th and 12th 2017 for our annual Congressional Member Fly-In.
The unexpected election of Donald Trump, along with continued Republican control of both houses of Congress will have a big impact on our US priorities.
Patent reform remains critical to the US economy.
i2Coalition Co-founder and Public Policy Chair David Snead issued the following statement on the introduction of the bipartisan Innovation Act.
In the past 12 months, we’ve accomplished a great deal both on a domestic and global scale.
Washington, D.C. – Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) Co-Founder and Public Policy Chair David Snead released the following statement following the Supreme Court’s Aereo decision: “In the Supreme Court ruling on Aereo, the majority stated that cloud computing won’t be impacted by this decision. Cloud computing is increasingly central to modern technology. Content owners, intellectual property […]
The i2Coalition is deeply disappointed that patent reform legislation has been removed from the Senate Judiciary Committee agenda. Patent trolls are a real and increasingly growing problem for innovators in the United States, costing companies $29 billion in resources and revenue in 2011 alone. The lack of action by the Senate will only embolden trolls […]
Washington, DC – The Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) today joined with nearly 400 other members of the Big Tent Coalition to send a letter to Senate Judiciary Chairman Leahy and Ranking Member Grassley in support of a strong patent bill. The full text of the letter, which will also be sent to the rest of […]
“Judicial Hellholes” is the name of a recent annual report from the American Tort Reform Association, and once again Texas finds itself named to the list and getting this (unwanted) attention — thanks to the preying acts of “patent trolls.”