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  • INTA’s Trademark Administrators and Practitioners Meeting, September 12-14 in Orlando, Florida, will offer trademark administrators, paralegals, and young practitioners the quality training they need to meet their expanding roles and client expectations. In this video, Project Team Co-Chair Marion Woods explains why the quality training provided at TMAP is crucial for trademark professionals. To learn more about TMAP and to register click here.
  • INTA participated in a variety of events throughout the Asia-Pacific region during the past two months—with more to come in the near future. Among the activities, in Papua New Guinea, INTA organized its first delegation visit to the country, and on August 8, INTA representatives INTA took part in a workshop on trademark infringement determinations in a cross-border context in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. In In Indonesia, INTA was one of the organizers of a focus group discussion on the proliferation of brand restrictions globally. Other activities took place in Malaysia and Singapore. Read more in the new issue of the INTA Bulletin here. Also in the region, INTA’s Asia-Pacific Conference will take place in Sydney, Australia on October 11-12. Learn more here.
  • INTA’s recently updated International Oppositions Guide: Comparative Practice and Procedures, is a searchable database of practical information on the structure of trademark opposition and related practices in jurisdictions worldwide. This helpful guide is available exclusively to INTA members. Learn how you can become a member here.
  • Save the date for INTA’s 2018 Middle East and Africa Conference: Innovation, Investment, and IP in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on December 10–11. As a growing number of multinational trademark owners recognize the region’s developing economies, this event will focus on opportunities and challenges when it comes to attracting investment, the impact of innovation, and developing IP strategies for effective protection. Check out an overview of the Conference here.

INTA’s Trademark Administrators and Practitioners Meeting Provides Quality Training
INTA’s Trademark Administrators and Practitioners Meeting, September 12-14 in Orlando, Florida, will offer trademark administrators, paralegals, and young practitioners the quality training they need to meet their expanding roles and client expectations. In this video, Project Team Co-Chair Marion Woods explains why the quality training provided at TMAP is crucial for trademark professionals. To learn more about TMAP and to register click here.

INTA Participates in Events Throughout Asia-Pacific Region
INTA participated in a variety of events throughout the Asia-Pacific region during the past two months—with more to come in the near future. Among the activities, in Papua New Guinea, INTA organized its first delegation visit to the country, and on August 8, INTA representatives INTA took part in a workshop on trademark infringement determinations in a cross-border context in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. In In Indonesia, INTA was one of the organizers of a focus group discussion on the proliferation of brand restrictions globally. Other activities took place in Malaysia and Singapore. Read more in the new issue of the INTA Bulletin here. Also in the region, INTA’s Asia-Pacific Conference will take place in Sydney, Australia on October 11-12. Learn more here.

Use Searchable Database for Practical Information on Trademark Opposition
INTA’s recently updated International Oppositions Guide: Comparative Practice and Procedures, is a searchable database of practical information on the structure of trademark opposition and related practices in jurisdictions worldwide. This helpful guide is available exclusively to INTA members. Learn how you can become a member here.

Save the Date: INTA’s 2018 Middle East and Africa Conference is December 10-11
Save the date for INTA’s 2018 Middle East and Africa Conference: Innovation, Investment, and IP in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on December 10–11. As a growing number of multinational trademark owners recognize the region’s developing economies, this event will focus on opportunities and challenges when it comes to attracting investment, the impact of innovation, and developing IP strategies for effective protection. Check out an overview of the Conference here.