The role of intellectual property and competition policy in promoting innovation #FTC-2018-0055-D-0028

Submission Number:
FTC-2018-0055-D-0028
Commenter:
Brian Scarpelli
Organization:
Multistakeholder Group
State:
District of Columbia
Initiative Name:
The role of intellectual property and competition policy in promoting innovation
On behalf of the following 36 organizations and stakeholders, we submit the attached letter for consideration by the Federal Trade Commission on Question 8 ("The role of intellectual property and competition policy in promoting innovation") in its future hearings on consumer protection and competition. Co-signing organizations and stakeholders: - ACT The App Association - Adobe Systems Inc. - Airties Wireless Networks - Audi of America, Inc. - BadVR - Michael A. Carrier, Distinguished Professor, Rutgers Law School - Cisco Systems, Inc. - Computer Ways - Continental Automotive Systems, Inc. - Dell Inc. - Fair Standards Alliance (FSA) - For All Abilities - Harman International Industries, Inc. - Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. - HP Inc. - Intel Corporation - ip.access Ltd. - Laird Technologies, Inc. - Mark A. Lemley, William H. Neukom Professor, Stanford Law School; Director, Stanford Program in Law, Science, and Technology; Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economics - Lenovo (US) Inc. - Daryl Lim, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Intellectual Property, Information and Privacy Law, The John Marshall Law School - Microsoft Corporation - MotionMobs - Nordic Semiconductor ASA - Sagemcom Broadband SAS - SAP America, Inc. - secureHIM - Sequans Communications S.A. - Sierra Wireless, Inc. - Sigao Studios - Southern DNA - Telit Wireless Solutions, Inc. - Visteon Corporation - Volkswagen of America, Inc. - Wellbeyond - 1564b