Adrian Pelkus

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Adrian Pelkus is an inventor with 30+ years experience developing over 300 different electronic products and high technology processes that have helped startup several technology companies. Mr. Pelkus is named inventor on fourteen issued U.S. Patents including the "Baby Think it Over" infant simulator, a “Thin Film Flexible Solar Cell”, the FDA cleared "Jaw Elevation Device" and O2MislyTM Wound Treatment System. In 2005 Mr. Pelkus reorganized the San Diego Inventors Forum now a 501(c)(3) to help startup entrepreneurs. Mr. Pelkus serves on the Board of Directors of both United Inventors Association of America (UIA) and US Inventor, organizations dedicated to assisting and educating inventors.


Posts by Adrian Pelkus


PTAB Procedural Reforms are Necessary to Restore Balance and Due Process

Under the current PTAB system, irreparable harm is occurring to patent holders. Conversely, virtually no harm will be done to petitioners by putting on the brakes. Charging …

Fundamental incongruities of PTAB operations affect the integrity of the patent system

For more than two centuries, the U.S. Constitution, black letter law and precedent construed a patent as a property right. This is important because it is …

USPTO Breaks President Trump’s “One-In Two-Out” Executive Order

At the quarterly PPAC meeting, USPTO Deputy CFO Frank Murphy (listed on the agenda as Acting CFO) stated that USPTO is moving forward with its proposed $710 million …

What Inventors Need to Fix the Patent System

While we have damaged our patent system, China has strengthened theirs. Job creation is stagnant, economic growth is anemic and the America Dream is dying. Congress must …

The America Invents Act was Wrong from the Start

First to File was just the beginning of the damage caused by the America Invents Act. When the concept of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) …
By Adrian Pelkus
2 years ago 16

Patents used to be a property right, now a patent is a liability

Stifling innovation and curtailing investments are the effects of the AIA from what I see and hear. This is infuriating! It is disincentivizing inventors, innovators and investors! …
By Adrian Pelkus
2 years ago 41