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  • Social entrepreneur and record-holding professional athlete Michael Haddad will deliver the keynote address at INTA’s 141st Annual Meeting, May 18–22, in Boston, Massachusetts. After he became paralyzed from the chest down at age six, Mr. Haddad taught himself to walk again. A United Nations climate change champion, he will share how he applies the same passion and determination to advancing sustainability causes around the world and will motivate attendees to consider their own role, and that of their brands, in bettering society. Don’t miss his inspiring talk—plus more than 300 educational sessions and multiple special events at this premier IP event. Act now! Early bird registration ends March 8.
  • The United States Patent and Trademark Office typically reviews trademark applications in the order in which they are received, but applicants may be able to receive expedited review by filing a Petition to Make Special. An article in the latest edition of the INTA Bulletin shows you why, when, and how to file this document. Check it out here.
  • INTA’s 2019 March Conference: The Business of Brands, March 28–29 in New York City will feature speakers from influential brands across a wide scope of industries who will take the discussion beyond trademarks and focus on brands from a business perspective. Brands include Anheuser Busch InBev Services, LLC; Blackrock; Gap Inc.; HBO; MasterCard International Incorporated; Netflix, Inc.; and Verizon Media. Register today to gain valuable insights.
  • Belonging to INTA means different things to different INTA members, For Megan Carpenter, dean of the University of New Hampshire School of Law (USA), belonging to INTA means “education.” In the latest edition of the INTA Bulletin, Dean Carpenter discusses challenges that practitioners face in today’s legal environment, explains how INTA has helped tackle these challenges, and gives advice to young practitioners in the intellectual property field. Renew your INTA membership today to take advantage of discount rates for INTA’s educational programs and events, including the 2019 Annual Meeting.

Record-Holding Professional Athlete Michael Haddad to Deliver Annual Meeting Keynote
Social entrepreneur and record-holding professional athlete Michael Haddad will deliver the keynote address at INTA’s 141st Annual Meeting, May 18–22, in Boston, Massachusetts. After he became paralyzed from the chest down at age six, Mr. Haddad taught himself to walk again. A United Nations climate change champion, he will share how he applies the same passion and determination to advancing sustainability causes around the world and will motivate attendees to consider their own role, and that of their brands, in bettering society. Don’t miss his inspiring talk—plus more than 300 educational sessions and multiple special events at this premier IP event. Act now! Early bird registration ends March 8.

INTA Bulletin Explores the Petition to Make Special
The United States Patent and Trademark Office typically reviews trademark applications in the order in which they are received, but applicants may be able to receive expedited review by filing a Petition to Make Special. An article in the latest edition of the INTA Bulletin shows you why, when, and how to file this document. Check it out here.

Gain Insights from Influential Brand Representatives at INTA’s 2019 March Conference
INTA’s 2019 March Conference: The Business of Brands, March 28–29 in New York City will feature speakers from influential brands across a wide scope of industries who will take the discussion beyond trademarks and focus on brands from a business perspective. Brands include Anheuser Busch InBev Services, LLC; Blackrock; Gap Inc.; HBO; MasterCard International Incorporated; Netflix, Inc.; and Verizon Media. Register today to gain valuable insights.

Belonging to INTA Means ‘Education’
Belonging to INTA means different things to different INTA members, For Megan Carpenter, dean of the University of New Hampshire School of Law (USA), belonging to INTA means “education.” In the latest edition of the INTA Bulletin, Dean Carpenter discusses challenges that practitioners face in today’s legal environment, explains how INTA has helped tackle these challenges, and gives advice to young practitioners in the intellectual property field. Renew your INTA membership today to take advantage of discount rates for INTA’s educational programs and events, including the 2019 Annual Meeting.