Programs and Events 2011 Annual Meeting Program Print Page Page Image OverviewGeneral InformationProgramCommittee MeetingsSpecial EventsSponsorship OpportunitiesExhibition OpportunitiesMedia and AdvertisingHotel and TravelPricing and PoliciesRegisterAnnual Meeting PortalFuture Annual Meetings Download the Annual Meeting Final Program! Schedule Friday, May 13 Saturday, May 14 Sunday, May 15 Monday, May 16 Tuesday, May 17 Wednesday, May 18 Table Topics Project Team Thank you to the Project Team for its excellent work in planning and presenting the 2011 Annual Meeting. Co-Chairs Dana M. Gilland, Diageo North America, Inc. (United States) Maximilian Kinkeldey, Grunecker, Kinkeldey, Stockmair & Schwanhausser (Germany) Team Leaders Industry Breakouts Leaders: Rodrick J. Enns, Enns & Archer LLP (United States) and Renee P. Simonton, Reed Elsevier Intellectual Property Management Services Inc. (United States) International Programming Leader: David Stone, Simmons & Simmons (United Kingdom) Regional Updates Leader: Peter J. Chalk, Blake Dawson (Australia) Table Topics Leader: Helen Hill Minsker, Banner & Witcoff, Ltd. (United States) U.S. Programming Leader: Daniel C. Glazer, Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP (United States) Workshops Leader: James M. McCarthy, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP (United States) Project Team Tsan Abrahamson, Cobalt LLP (United States) Mette Andersen, LEGO Juris A/S (Denmark) Barbara Barron Kelly, CT Corsearch (United States) Karen Carlson, Microsoft Corporation (United States) Beth Craig, Novak Druce + Quigg LLP (United States) Maureen Daly, Beauchamps (Ireland) Faisal Daudpota, Al Tamimi & Company, Advocates & Legal Consultants (United Arab Emirates) Valdir De Oliveira Rocha Filho, Veirano Advogados Associados (Brazil) Cecelia Marie Dempsey, Burger King Corporation (United States) Peter Dernbach, Winkler Partners (Taiwan) Claus M. Eckhartt, BARDEHLE PAGENBERG (Germany) Jake Feldman, Johnson & Johnson (United States) Wolfgang Festl-Wietek, Viering, Jentschura & Partner (Germany) Odette M. Gourley, Corrs Chambers Westgarth (Australia) Jacqueline Gregorski, Reed Elsevier Intellectual Property Management Services Inc. (United States) Deborah A. Hampton, Limited Brands Inc. (United States) D. Peter Harvey, Harvey Siskind LLP (United States) Jon Holt, LexisNexis (United States) Chander M. Lall, Lall & Sethi (India) F. David LaRiviere, LaRiviere, Grubman & Payne, LLP (United States) Henry Lue, Dimock Stratton LLP (Canada) Joseph Casey Mangan, Allstate Insurance Company (United States) Hector Ariel Manoff, Vitale Manoff & Feilbogen (Argentina) J. Thomas McCarthy, University of San Francisco School of Law (United States) Mary Katherine Morgan Merlino, Cozen O'Connor (United States) Patrick Mirandah, patrick mirandah co. (m) sdn bhd. (Malaysia) Susan M. Natland, Knobbe, Martens, Olson & Bear, LLP (United States) Tina Pompey, Fox Entertainment Group (United States) Leticia Provedel, Veirano Advogados (Brazil) Nicholas Redfearn, Rouse (Hong Kong) Jo-Ann See, Amica Law LLC (Singapore) Carol L. Smith, Hiaring + Smith, LLP (United States) Kristin Stammer, Freehills/ Freehills Patent and Trademark Attorneys (Australia) Dee Ann Weldon-Wilson, Exxon Mobil Corporation (United States) Miles Zvi, IGT (United States) Academic Committee Liaison Megan Carpenter, Texas Wesleyan School of Law (United States) Continuing Legal Education CLE credit and CPD points will be available for U.S. and U.K. attorneys for this meeting. The INTA Annual Meeting will also apply for accreditation in the following countries: France, by the Conseil National des Barreax (CNB). Italy, by the Consiglio Nazionale Forense (CNF). Belgium, by the Ordre des Barreaux Francophones et Germanophone (OBFG). You can earn credit by attending the scheduled educational sessions from Monday, May 16 through Wednesday, May 18. Attendees must have their badges scanned at the door of the session room upon entering to receive credit. After the meeting, attendees will be able to download a certificate of attendance for their files. Please note that Table Topics are not eligible for any credit or CLE. Tuition Assistance Tuition assistance (50% discount) for the Annual Meeting may be available to eligible attorneys with a total individual income of less than US $35,000 a year or who are currently unemployed. For more information or to request an application, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.