Thanks for posting that! I also found this: http://www.inventorsdigest.com/?p=2808
I suppose this was inevitable considering Quinn's dogged pursuit Invent Help and others. It should be very interesting to see how this plays out.
I also saw in Quinn's post entitled "Beware Invent Help Press Releases" the following stats on Invent Help:
"15 out of 6,592 clients made more money than they paid" That equates to 0.23%!! That clearly puts them in a league with Davison and others so here's a thought: Perhaps we should consider adding some sort of Invention Assistance Company Scorecard on this site. We could simply put up a table with two columns. On the left would be the name of the company and on the right would be the percentage of people working with them who have made more money than they spent under the heading "Chances of Success" (or something to that effect). We simply take the numbers they're now required to report to their clients as a result of the settlement in the 1990's lawsuit and convert them to a percentage. It's simple, clean, unbiased math! Any thoughts?