“Enforcement of intellectual property rights is a critical and efficient tool we can use, as a government, to strengthen the economy, support jobs and promote exports. Intellectual property supports jobs across all industries, and in particular where there is a high degree of creativity, research and innovation: good jobs, with high wages and strong benefits. Intellectual property related industries can employ an engineer working for a technology company to design the next generation of cell phones, a software developer writing a new algorithm to improve search engine results, a chemist working for a pharmaceutical company to develop a new drug, a union member helping to manufacture a newly-designed tire for automobiles, or a camera operator working on a movie set to help film the next Oscar-winning movie. Effective enforcement of intellectual property rights throughout the world will help Americans export more, grow our economy and sustain good jobs for American workers.”
Sabrina is the also the solo Editor/Publisher and Founder of LLRX.com® – Legal, technology and knowledge discovery resources on the “moving edge” for Librarians, Lawyers, Researchers, Academic and Public Interest Communities – launched in 1996.