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  • INTA is hosting a variety of corporate social responsibility initiatives in Boston, Massachusetts for registrants during the 141st Annual Meeting, from May 18–22. Opportunities to give back to the local community include building bikes for kids, packing and sorting items at a food bank, and donating accessories for job interviewees. Find out how to get involved here. Additionally, INTA will be hosting a Pro Bono Trademark Clinic for local nonprofits, small businesses, and individuals to receive a one-on-one consultation with a trademark attorney. If you are interested in taking advantage of this program, contact Stacey Sutton at ssutton@inta.org; applications are due May 10.
  • Did you know that, as an INTA member, you have access—free of charge—to a wide variety of online member resources that can help you save time and money in your daily trademark practice? Explore INTA’s Searchable Guides, covering trademark law and other related areas of law throughout the world. Discover practice tools, including Trademark Administration, the Quick-Start Trademark Chart, Practitioners Checklists, and more. Click through to the Members Resource page to access these extensive resources.  
  • Read about the winners of the 28th Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition in the latest issue of the INTA Bulletin. Seventy-three teams from 56 law schools from across the United States participated in this year’s competition in Washington, D.C. The winning team was Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center (pictured above from left, William Heaton and Briana Falcon, with Cindy Walden, Chair, Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Project Team and Vince Lombardozzi, Vice Chair, Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Project Team). The team from Golden Gate University School of Law (Katie Christensen, Kyndal Currie, Amy Saechao, and Gianne Carlo Nalangan) was the second place winner.
  • INTA hosted a two-day training for examiners at the Trademarks, Patents And Designs Registry Trademark Office in Abuja, Nigeria on April 9–10. Participants were briefed on the Association’s role and activities around the world and discussed several intellectual property topics, including international best practices in trademark oppositions and cancellations, operational procedures, treaties, and brand restrictions. Pictured: Tat-Tienne Louembe (second from right), INTA’s Representative Africa, Middle East, and Intergovernmental Organizations, with local and international INTA members. 

INTA Hosts Broad Array of ‘Giving Back’ Initiatives at Annual Meeting
INTA is hosting a variety of corporate social responsibility initiatives in Boston, Massachusetts for registrants during the 141st Annual Meeting, from May 18–22. Opportunities to give back to the local community include building bikes for kids, packing and sorting items at a food bank, and donating accessories for job interviewees. Find out how to get involved here. Additionally, INTA will be hosting a Pro Bono Trademark Clinic for local nonprofits, small businesses, and individuals to receive a one-on-one consultation with a trademark attorney. If you are interested in taking advantage of this program, contact Stacey Sutton at ssutton@inta.org; applications are due May 10.

Get to Know Your Comprehensive INTA Member Resources
Did you know that, as an INTA member, you have access—free of charge—to a wide variety of online member resources that can help you save time and money in your daily trademark practice? Explore INTA’s Searchable Guides, covering trademark law and other related areas of law throughout the world. Discover practice tools, including Trademark Administration, the Quick-Start Trademark Chart, Practitioners Checklists, and more. Click through to the Members Resource page to access these extensive resources.  

Read About the Winners of the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition
Read about the winners of the 28th Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition in the latest issue of the INTA Bulletin. Seventy-three teams from 56 law schools from across the United States participated in this year’s competition in Washington, D.C. The winning team was Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center (pictured above from left, William Heaton and Briana Falcon, with Cindy Walden, Chair, Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Project Team and Vince Lombardozzi, Vice Chair, Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Project Team). The team from Golden Gate University School of Law (Katie Christensen, Kyndal Currie, Amy Saechao, and Gianne Carlo Nalangan) was the second place winner.

INTA Hosts Training in Nigeria
INTA hosted a two-day training for examiners at the Trademarks, Patents And Designs Registry Trademark Office in Abuja, Nigeria on April 9–10. Participants were briefed on the Association’s role and activities around the world and discussed several intellectual property topics, including international best practices in trademark oppositions and cancellations, operational procedures, treaties, and brand restrictions. Pictured: Tat-Tienne Louembe (second from right), INTA’s Representative Africa, Middle East, and Intergovernmental Organizations, with local and international INTA members.