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  • At the beginning of this year, INTA’s Impact Studies Committee commissioned a survey of its corporate members to determine what impact the New gTLD Program has had on brands’ enforcement costs. The survey was sent to 1,096 INTA regular members and asked respondents for detailed cost information for 2015 and 2016. The questions were accompanied by a detailed worksheet to help respondents collect the necessary data. Learn more about this study in the latest edition of the INTA Bulletin.
  • One of INTA’s most important assets is the talented and dedicated group of member volunteers who serve on its Committees and Project Teams. Participation on an INTA Committee offers you a unique and rewarding opportunity to contribute to the advancement of the member organizations’ objectives, network among your peers and raise your visibility within the international trademark community.

    For more details about INTA's Committee Selection process and to apply for the 2018–2019 term, please visit the INTA Committee Participation page.
  • Apply to Become a Table Topic Moderator at the Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, May 19–23, 2018! Moderators are needed to develop and facilitate Table Topics, one of INTA's most popular Annual Meeting events. Table Topics are interactive conversations about relevant trademark topics of interest, taking place over breakfast or lunch and facilitated by one moderator and attended by up to 10 participants. Don't let this great opportunity pass you by! Submit your proposal by August 11, 2017. Learn more and submit a proposal today.
  • On July 18, 2017, INTA participated in a Regional Seminar on Current Trends in Counterfeiting and Piracy in Ankara organized by the Turkish Ministry of Customs and Trade. INTA was represented by Myrtha Hurtado Rivas (Novartis International AG), Chair of the Eastern Europe and Central Asia Subcommittee of the Anticounterfeiting Committee. Ms. Hurtado Rivas spoke about working together with the private sector to combat counterfeits. Stay tuned for a full recap in the INTA Bulletin!

INTA Study Provides Data on How Brands Are Using New gTLD Program
At the beginning of this year, INTA’s Impact Studies Committee commissioned a survey of its corporate members to determine what impact the New gTLD Program has had on brands’ enforcement costs. The survey was sent to 1,096 INTA regular members and asked respondents for detailed cost information for 2015 and 2016. The questions were accompanied by a detailed worksheet to help respondents collect the necessary data. Learn more about this study in the latest edition of the INTA Bulletin.

Committee Selection is now open. Apply today!
One of INTA’s most important assets is the talented and dedicated group of member volunteers who serve on its Committees and Project Teams. Participation on an INTA Committee offers you a unique and rewarding opportunity to contribute to the advancement of the member organizations’ objectives, network among your peers and raise your visibility within the international trademark community.

For more details about INTA's Committee Selection process and to apply for the 2018–2019 term, please visit the INTA Committee Participation page.


Apply to Become a Table Topic Moderator at the Annual Meeting
Apply to Become a Table Topic Moderator at the Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, May 19–23, 2018! Moderators are needed to develop and facilitate Table Topics, one of INTA's most popular Annual Meeting events. Table Topics are interactive conversations about relevant trademark topics of interest, taking place over breakfast or lunch and facilitated by one moderator and attended by up to 10 participants. Don't let this great opportunity pass you by! Submit your proposal by August 11, 2017. Learn more and submit a proposal today.

INTA Participates in Regional Seminar on Current Trends in Counterfeiting and Piracy in Ankara
On July 18, 2017, INTA participated in a Regional Seminar on Current Trends in Counterfeiting and Piracy in Ankara organized by the Turkish Ministry of Customs and Trade. INTA was represented by Myrtha Hurtado Rivas (Novartis International AG), Chair of the Eastern Europe and Central Asia Subcommittee of the Anticounterfeiting Committee. Ms. Hurtado Rivas spoke about working together with the private sector to combat counterfeits. Stay tuned for a full recap in the INTA Bulletin!