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  • Global trade in counterfeit goods is valued at nearly half a trillion dollars a year, according to a 2016 report by the OECD and the EU’s Intellectual Property Office. Join us in Hong Kong from February 6–8, 2017, as we bring together brand owners, government officials, and legal and brand protection experts to discuss best practices for developing an effective anticounterfeiting program in an environment of changing technologies and sophisticated counterfeit networks!
  • INTA’s latest member resource, Enforcement: An International Litigation Guide, is newly launched and available online as part of your INTA membership package! INTA had the opportunity to interview one of the principal editors, David Allison (Bird & Bird, Hong Kong SAR, China) to learn more about the benefits of this new online tool. This searchable guide includes valuable information on the many facets of trademark litigation, including: pre-filing requirements; claims for infringement of registered and unregistered marks; emergency measures; early resolution of litigation; evidence; trials and oral hearings; judgment and final orders; post-judgment issues; costs of litigation; and remedies. Learn more!
  • On March 22-23, join us for this two-day, advanced-level conference, where you’ll hear from industry and brand experts about the issues involved in establishing fashion brands on a global level, as well as the protection, enforcement, and maintenance of long-term brand rights and consumer awareness in this industry. Learn more and register today!
  • On December 16, 2016, INTA submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Lee v. Tam. The brief contemplates the question presented by the Supreme Court in this case of whether the disparagement provision of the Lanham Act under 15 U.S.C. 1052(a) is facially invalid under the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment. INTA released this media statement regarding the amicus brief.

Kick start 2017 with three days of Anticounterfeiting Strategy Discussions in Hong Kong!
Global trade in counterfeit goods is valued at nearly half a trillion dollars a year, according to a 2016 report by the OECD and the EU’s Intellectual Property Office. Join us in Hong Kong from February 6–8, 2017, as we bring together brand owners, government officials, and legal and brand protection experts to discuss best practices for developing an effective anticounterfeiting program in an environment of changing technologies and sophisticated counterfeit networks!


INTA Interviews Principal Editor of the Enforcement Guide
INTA’s latest member resource, Enforcement: An International Litigation Guide, is newly launched and available online as part of your INTA membership package! INTA had the opportunity to interview one of the principal editors, David Allison (Bird & Bird, Hong Kong SAR, China) to learn more about the benefits of this new online tool. This searchable guide includes valuable information on the many facets of trademark litigation, including: pre-filing requirements; claims for infringement of registered and unregistered marks; emergency measures; early resolution of litigation; evidence; trials and oral hearings; judgment and final orders; post-judgment issues; costs of litigation; and remedies. Learn more!

Register today for INTA’s Brands and Fashion Conference this March in New York City!
On March 22-23, join us for this two-day, advanced-level conference, where you’ll hear from industry and brand experts about the issues involved in establishing fashion brands on a global level, as well as the protection, enforcement, and maintenance of long-term brand rights and consumer awareness in this industry. Learn more and register today!


INTA has submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Lee v. Tam.
On December 16, 2016, INTA submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Lee v. Tam. The brief contemplates the question presented by the Supreme Court in this case of whether the disparagement provision of the Lanham Act under 15 U.S.C. 1052(a) is facially invalid under the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment. INTA released this media statement regarding the amicus brief.