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  • In Wednesday’s INTA Daily News, INTA returns to Africa, Unreal Campaign, Scandalous Trademarks, and See you in Barcelona!

    You can also download all of previous issues of the 2016 INTA Daily News: SaturdaySundayMonday and Tuesday.
  • Join us in Washington D.C. for 3 days of educational sessions and networking opportunities. Arm yourself with the latest practice and industry tips in managing global trademark portfolios. The 2016 TMAP Meeting will equip you with knowledge, tools, and skills to lead your organization through various trademark and brand-related issues. To learn more about the educational program, meeting highlights, networking opportunities and attendance justification please visit: www.inta.org/2016tmap.
  • Please help the Nominating Committee of the International Trademark Association (INTA) identify the Association’s future volunteer leaders by submitting your nominations for Officers and M embers of the Board of Directors. As current leaders and active volunteers, your input is crucial to INTA’s continued success. All nominations are due by Friday June 3. Make your nomination today!
  • ICANN has just formed a new working group (WG) to review all rights protection mechanisms (RPMs) in the domain system including the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). It is critical that we have as many representatives from the trademark community as possible in this group. INTA Past President J. Scott Evans (Adobe Systems) is nominated as one of the three co-chairs for this team. The UDRP has been successfully used by trademarks owners to stop the most egregious cases of cybersquatting. The review opens up the possibility of revisions that will be detrimental to trademark interests. There are over 100 members in the group already and IP interests are in the minority. It is critical to get as many voices heard as possible. To join the WG click here.

Today's INTA Daily News
In Wednesday’s INTA Daily News, INTA returns to Africa, Unreal Campaign, Scandalous Trademarks, and See you in Barcelona!

You can also download all of previous issues of the 2016 INTA Daily News: SaturdaySundayMonday and Tuesday.


Registration is now open for INTA’s 2016 Trademark Administrators and Practitioners (TMAP) Meeting!
Join us in Washington D.C. for 3 days of educational sessions and networking opportunities. Arm yourself with the latest practice and industry tips in managing global trademark portfolios. The 2016 TMAP Meeting will equip you with knowledge, tools, and skills to lead your organization through various trademark and brand-related issues. To learn more about the educational program, meeting highlights, networking opportunities and attendance justification please visit: www.inta.org/2016tmap.

INTA Members, We Need You to Identify Our Leaders of Tomorrow!
Please help the Nominating Committee of the International Trademark Association (INTA) identify the Association’s future volunteer leaders by submitting your nominations for Officers and M embers of the Board of Directors. As current leaders and active volunteers, your input is crucial to INTA’s continued success. All nominations are due by Friday June 3. Make your nomination today!

Members Needed for ICANN Working Group on Rights Protection Review
ICANN has just formed a new working group (WG) to review all rights protection mechanisms (RPMs) in the domain system including the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). It is critical that we have as many representatives from the trademark community as possible in this group. INTA Past President J. Scott Evans (Adobe Systems) is nominated as one of the three co-chairs for this team. The UDRP has been successfully used by trademarks owners to stop the most egregious cases of cybersquatting. The review opens up the possibility of revisions that will be detrimental to trademark interests. There are over 100 members in the group already and IP interests are in the minority. It is critical to get as many voices heard as possible. To join the WG click here.