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  • Registration for the 2017 Annual Meeting from May 20-24 in Barcelona, Spain is now open! Over 2500+ registrants have already secured their spot for the meeting just after registration opened on Wednesday, January 18. Due to the high volume of registrants, the hotel booking site hosted by a third party housing vendor b network, experienced some technical issues. These issues are largely resolved now and b network has 14 staff members manning the telephones and emails. If more than 300 concurrent users are on the hotel booking site, b network has established a queuing system. This will help the flow of website traffic and you will be given a number before you can access the site. Don't miss out—secure your registration and hotel today!
  • INTA is conducting a study to understand the costs and effort required to protect and police trademarks as over 1000 new domain extensions are being launched in the domain name system. We urge all regular members to take the survey and outside counsel to assist them. The results will help INTA advocate for vigorous enforcement of strong trademark policies. For more information, read our article in the Bulletin and if you are a corporate member designee (regular, SME, nonprofit or university INTA member) and you haven’t received the link, check your spam filter for a message from research@hpolsurveys.com.
  • On February 6-7, INTA will host an Anticounterfeiting Conference in Hong Kong. In the latest INTA Bulletin, we had the opportunity to interview Conference Co-Chair Sharmini Lohadhasan (BP, Singapore) about this upcoming event. Read the full interview to learn more about the vision of the conference, the significance of the location and the types of insights registrants will gain.
  • INTA recently sat down with the heads of eight IP offices to discuss the future of intellectual property. We asked each of them five questions. In the first of this five-part video series entitled The Future of IP, they answer the question, "How will society change over the next five – ten years?" Watch the full video today!

Registration for the 2017 Annual Meeting is Now Open
Registration for the 2017 Annual Meeting from May 20-24 in Barcelona, Spain is now open! Over 2500+ registrants have already secured their spot for the meeting just after registration opened on Wednesday, January 18. Due to the high volume of registrants, the hotel booking site hosted by a third party housing vendor b network, experienced some technical issues. These issues are largely resolved now and b network has 14 staff members manning the telephones and emails. If more than 300 concurrent users are on the hotel booking site, b network has established a queuing system. This will help the flow of website traffic and you will be given a number before you can access the site. Don't miss out—secure your registration and hotel today!

INTA’s Launching New gTLDs Impact Study and We Need Your Help!
INTA is conducting a study to understand the costs and effort required to protect and police trademarks as over 1000 new domain extensions are being launched in the domain name system. We urge all regular members to take the survey and outside counsel to assist them. The results will help INTA advocate for vigorous enforcement of strong trademark policies. For more information, read our article in the Bulletin and if you are a corporate member designee (regular, SME, nonprofit or university INTA member) and you haven’t received the link, check your spam filter for a message from research@hpolsurveys.com.

The INTA Bulletin Interviews Upcoming Anticounterfeiting Conference Co-Chair
On February 6-7, INTA will host an Anticounterfeiting Conference in Hong Kong. In the latest INTA Bulletin, we had the opportunity to interview Conference Co-Chair Sharmini Lohadhasan (BP, Singapore) about this upcoming event. Read the full interview to learn more about the vision of the conference, the significance of the location and the types of insights registrants will gain.

INTA Interviews IP Offices About The Future of Intellectual Property
INTA recently sat down with the heads of eight IP offices to discuss the future of intellectual property. We asked each of them five questions. In the first of this five-part video series entitled The Future of IP, they answer the question, "How will society change over the next five – ten years?" Watch the full video today!