Membership and Committees
2004 Volunteer Service Award
Advancement of Trademark Law
Judith Sapp (Komondorok LLC—Portland, Maine, USA) represented INTA in negotiations on the Hague Convention.
Advancement of Committee or Subcommittee Objectives
Keith Barritt (Fish & Richardson P.C.—Washington, DC, USA) prepared INTA’s comments on U.S. legislation designed to improve the accuracy of the Whois database, responses to ICANN reports on the future of Whois, and the analysis of guidelines for the operation of the upcoming European Union country-code top-level domain.
Gordana Pavlovic (Cabinet Pavlovic—Brussels, Belgium) strengthened INTA’s relationships with Russia, the Commonwealth of Independent States and the nations of Eastern Europe. She also served as co-chair of INTA’s “Europe 2004 and Beyond – New Frontiers and Opportunities” forum.
Iris Quadrio (Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal—Buenos Aires, Argentina) was chair of the Trademark Office Practice Examination Subcommittee. She represented INTA in Beijing, China and spoke about the model guidelines to a group of examiners from China’s Trademark Office.
Advancement of the Association
Stephen Feingold (Pitney Hardin LLP—New York, New York, USA) led the team that successfully implemented INTA’s first online learning program, the introductory course on trademark law basics.
Glenn Gundersen (Dechert—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) led the team that developed an INTA Annual Meeting educational session on best practices for presentations and programming.