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  • INTA commends the United States House Committee on the Judiciary for holding a hearing entitled “Counterfeits and Cluttering: Emerging Threats to The Integrity of the Trademark System and the Impact on American Consumers and Businesses,” on July 18 in Washington, D.C. In his testimony, Peter M. Brody (Ropes & Gray LLP, Washington, D.C., right), Chair of INTA’s Legislation and Regulation Committee’s U.S. Subcommittee, called for the adoption of a legislative amendment to restore a presumption of irreparable harm under the Lanham Act for trademark owners seeking injunctive relief in trademark cases. Read more about the hearing and Mr. Brody’s testimony here.
  • INTA’s 2019 Trademark Administrators and Practitioners Meeting (TMAP), September 15–17, in Berlin, Germany will feature 14 dynamic education sessions designed to empower attendees to positively impact their career and organization. TMAP, designed specifically for paralegals, trademark administrators, and trademark portfolio managers, also features unparalleled networking opportunities including an Idea Exchange Hour, Dine-Around, and group expeditions around Berlin. Register here!
  • INTA is soliciting moderators to develop and facilitate Table Topics at the Association’s 142nd Annual Meeting in Singapore on April 25–29, 2020. One of INTA’s most popular educational offerings, Table Topics are interactive conversations, facilitated by a moderator, about relevant topics. Applications are due by August 11. Each applicant should submit no more than two proposals, and, if selected, each qualified applicant will be assigned one Table Topic. Learn more here.
  • INTA’s Unreal Campaign recently participated in the National Leadership Conference of the Future Business Leaders of America in San Antonio, Texas, USA, which drew 13,000 high school students and young entrepreneurs from around the world. The Unreal Campaign had the opportunity to lead two workshops for students and student advisors to educate them about the value of brands and trademarks and the dangers of counterfeits. In addition, Unreal Campaign Committee Chair Daniela Rojas (picture above) presented the Award of Excellence to the winners of the American Enterprise Project at an awards ceremony. For more information about Unreal, please contact Unreal Campaign Associate Catherine Shen at cshen@inta.org.

INTA Calls for Lanham Act Amendment at U.S. Congressional Hearing
INTA commends the United States House Committee on the Judiciary for holding a hearing entitled “Counterfeits and Cluttering: Emerging Threats to The Integrity of the Trademark System and the Impact on American Consumers and Businesses,” on July 18 in Washington, D.C. In his testimony, Peter M. Brody (Ropes & Gray LLP, Washington, D.C., right), Chair of INTA’s Legislation and Regulation Committee’s U.S. Subcommittee, called for the adoption of a legislative amendment to restore a presumption of irreparable harm under the Lanham Act for trademark owners seeking injunctive relief in trademark cases. Read more about the hearing and Mr. Brody’s testimony here.

Get Empowered at INTA’s 2019 Trademark Administrators and Practitioners Meeting
INTA’s 2019 Trademark Administrators and Practitioners Meeting (TMAP), September 15–17, in Berlin, Germany will feature 14 dynamic education sessions designed to empower attendees to positively impact their career and organization. TMAP, designed specifically for paralegals, trademark administrators, and trademark portfolio managers, also features unparalleled networking opportunities including an Idea Exchange Hour, Dine-Around, and group expeditions around Berlin. Register here!

Submit a Proposal for Table Topics at INTA’s 142nd Annual Meeting
INTA is soliciting moderators to develop and facilitate Table Topics at the Association’s 142nd Annual Meeting in Singapore on April 25–29, 2020. One of INTA’s most popular educational offerings, Table Topics are interactive conversations, facilitated by a moderator, about relevant topics. Applications are due by August 11. Each applicant should submit no more than two proposals, and, if selected, each qualified applicant will be assigned one Table Topic. Learn more here.

Unreal Campaign Participates in Future Business Leaders of America Conference
INTA’s Unreal Campaign recently participated in the National Leadership Conference of the Future Business Leaders of America in San Antonio, Texas, USA, which drew 13,000 high school students and young entrepreneurs from around the world. The Unreal Campaign had the opportunity to lead two workshops for students and student advisors to educate them about the value of brands and trademarks and the dangers of counterfeits. In addition, Unreal Campaign Committee Chair Daniela Rojas (picture above) presented the Award of Excellence to the winners of the American Enterprise Project at an awards ceremony. For more information about Unreal, please contact Unreal Campaign Associate Catherine Shen at cshen@inta.org.