• Why Strong Intellectual Property Laws Abroad Require a Strong US Example

    China has failed to respect intellectual property rights for decades, and U.S. businesses have suffered. Thankfully, those companies are getting help from the Trump administration.

    In late 2017, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other leading business advocates asked the Trump administration to elevate the issue of trade secret protections in trade talks with other nations. They wrote that trade secret theft puts “thousands of high-paying jobs in the United States at risk, while also posing potential national security threats.”

    Twenty-one months later, it’s clear that the Trump administration has responded to that call, and there is evidence that its efforts are making a difference.… Read More...