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Registration is now open for INTA’s 2015 Annual Meeting!

This year’s Annual Meeting features various new education, networking and business development opportunities for registered attendees. Learn more about What’s New in 2015 and register today to secure early bird registration pricing!



INTA staff and members met with the China Trademark Association (CTA) during a week-long delegation to Beijing, China.

 An INTA delegation including INTA CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo, INTA President J. Scott Evans (Adobe Systems Incorporated), Association volunteers Megan Martin (Warner Bros.) and Chris Turk (The H.D. Lee Company, Inc.) and staff is currently in China for a week of high-level government meetings, two seminars hosted by INTA and a pre-Annual Meeting reception. On Tuesday, January 20, members of the delegation met with CTA Secretary General Jiang Ruibin and CTA staff. The February 1 issue of the INTA Bulletin will include a report on the delegation tour.



INTA seeks proposals for a new series of projects using trademark data.
​Data is more than facts and figures. It is a powerful tool that organizations like INTA can use when advocating for policies and communicating about the importance of trademarks. INTA is considering a series of projects involving data about trademark filing, maintenance and enforcement and is looking for a partner to provide and help analyze trademark data. For more information or to submit a proposal by February 13, please contact Chief Knowledge Officer James Bush.

Early Bird pricing ends January 30. Register today!
Be part of INTA’s major regional conference in Japan. Learn about the upcoming changes to the Japanese trademark law, strategies for nontraditional trademarks, online counterfeiting, the latest developments and trends in the ASEAN Community and much more.

Learn more and register at www.inta.org/2015Japan

  • This year’s Annual Meeting features various new education, networking and business development opportunities for registered attendees. Learn more about What’s New in 2015 and register today to secure early bird registration pricing!

  •  An INTA delegation including INTA CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo, INTA President J. Scott Evans (Adobe Systems Incorporated), Association volunteers Megan Martin (Warner Bros.) and Chris Turk (The H.D. Lee Company, Inc.) and staff is currently in China for a week of high-level government meetings, two seminars hosted by INTA and a pre-Annual Meeting reception. On Tuesday, January 20, members of the delegation met with CTA Secretary General Jiang Ruibin and CTA staff. The February 1 issue of the INTA Bulletin will include a report on the delegation tour.

  • ​Data is more than facts and figures. It is a powerful tool that organizations like INTA can use when advocating for policies and communicating about the importance of trademarks. INTA is considering a series of projects involving data about trademark filing, maintenance and enforcement and is looking for a partner to provide and help analyze trademark data. For more information or to submit a proposal by February 13, please contact Chief Knowledge Officer James Bush.
  • Be part of INTA’s major regional conference in Japan. Learn about the upcoming changes to the Japanese trademark law, strategies for nontraditional trademarks, online counterfeiting, the latest developments and trends in the ASEAN Community and much more.

    Learn more and register at www.inta.org/2015Japan