Whether testifying at Congressional or Administrative Proceedings, or filing Amicus Briefs at the U.S. Supreme Court, Raymond Van Dyke promotes the positive nature of the IP system, and various ways to make it better.

He advocates the principles underlying the various intellectual property laws, the Constitutional provisions, and societal advantages for IP.  

Raymond has served as a delegate to the United Nations’ WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) Committee in Geneva, Switzerland, and is also a delegate on the U.S.-Japanese Patent Office Liaison Counsel.

He has advocated intellectual property positions before Senators and Representatives, the United States Patent & Trademark Office, and on behalf of the State Department educating foreign dignitaries on U.S. Intellectual Property Law. 

Here is a video of testimony Raymond Van Dyke gave before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Because of his efforts, along with those of others, the Attributable Ownership rule was overturned and inventors everywhere were protected.