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  • The core educational sessions at INTA’s 141st Annual Meeting, May 18–22, in Boston, Massachusetts, are only the beginning! Registering for Annual Meeting add-ons can further round out your experience. Among the offerings: Dozens of Table Topics that explore specific topics of interest with a small group of like-minded peers; two Lunch and Learn sessions with dynamic speakers focusing on professional development; and networking excursions that will let you experience the city’s rich history and culture. Register for the Annual Meeting today, and learn more about participating in add-ons here.
  • In an extension of INTA’s Unreal Campaign, the Association and the National Trade Foundation for Education (COMEDUC), based in Santiago, Chile, on April 18, announced a collaboration to educate high school students in Chile about the dangers of purchasing counterfeit goods and the importance of intellectual property. The collaboration is part of INTA’s ongoing efforts through the Unreal Campaign to raise awareness among teens about these topics. Read more here.
  • The Planning Committee of INTA’s Board of Directors manages the strategic and annual planning for the Association, including recommendations for a committee structure that aligns with the Association’s Strategic Plan. The Board, at its March meeting, approved the 2020-2021 committee structure, and the application process to join committees begins in June. Read about it in the latest INTA Bulletin here
  • INTA organized an education roundtable in Hong Kong on the issue of bad-faith trademark registration on April 15. Denis To (Ralph Lauren, Hong Kong) shared a case study of the impact of bad faith on business operations, and Joe Simone (SIPS, Hong Kong) provided details on INTA’s advocacy work on this issue, specifically with a focus on China. More than 50 INTA members attended the event from Hong Kong, Macau, and Guangdong.

Get the Most of Your Annual Meeting Experience With Add-Ons
The core educational sessions at INTA’s 141st Annual Meeting, May 18–22, in Boston, Massachusetts, are only the beginning! Registering for Annual Meeting add-ons can further round out your experience. Among the offerings: Dozens of Table Topics that explore specific topics of interest with a small group of like-minded peers; two Lunch and Learn sessions with dynamic speakers focusing on professional development; and networking excursions that will let you experience the city’s rich history and culture. Register for the Annual Meeting today, and learn more about participating in add-ons here.

INTA Collaborates with Foundation in Chile to Educate Students About Counterfeiting
In an extension of INTA’s Unreal Campaign, the Association and the National Trade Foundation for Education (COMEDUC), based in Santiago, Chile, on April 18, announced a collaboration to educate high school students in Chile about the dangers of purchasing counterfeit goods and the importance of intellectual property. The collaboration is part of INTA’s ongoing efforts through the Unreal Campaign to raise awareness among teens about these topics. Read more here.

INTA’s Board of Directors Approves 2020-2021 Committee Structure
The Planning Committee of INTA’s Board of Directors manages the strategic and annual planning for the Association, including recommendations for a committee structure that aligns with the Association’s Strategic Plan. The Board, at its March meeting, approved the 2020-2021 committee structure, and the application process to join committees begins in June. Read about it in the latest INTA Bulletin here

INTA Hosts Education Roundtable in Hong Kong on Bad-Faith Trademark Registration
INTA organized an education roundtable in Hong Kong on the issue of bad-faith trademark registration on April 15. Denis To (Ralph Lauren, Hong Kong) shared a case study of the impact of bad faith on business operations, and Joe Simone (SIPS, Hong Kong) provided details on INTA’s advocacy work on this issue, specifically with a focus on China. More than 50 INTA members attended the event from Hong Kong, Macau, and Guangdong.