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  • INTA’s 2019 Europe Conference: Embracing Change, February 18 and 19 in Paris, France, will help brand owners and IP practitioners identify changes that will impact their professional lives and will provide practical tips to navigate the changing European political and legal landscape. Topics include promoting brands in the digital world, the impact of copyright reform in Europe on creative works, and the legal implications of the brand-online influencer relationship. Early bird registration fees are available until January 11. Learn more here.
  • Belonging to INTA means you are a member of a global community composed of 32,000 individual members and 7,200 organization members. Stay a part of this influential group and renew your membership by December 31, 2018; go to www.inta.org and click on “My Profile.” Check out one member’s account of what belonging to INTA means to him in the latest INTA Bulletin.
  • INTA and the European Commission – Directorate-General for the Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs held a workshop about IP support for small and medium- sized enterprises (SMEs) on December 7 in Brussels, Belgium. Speaking to members of industry associations and government offices, INTA President Tish Berard (center) presented findings of the 2018 Presidential Task Force report on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Entrepreneurs, and Hélène Nicora, INTA Chief Representative Officer, Europe, informed attendees about some of INTA’s SME-relevant services, such as the Pro Bono Clearinghouse and online public resources.
  • INTA was among the co-hosts of a Judges Workshop in Lima, Peru on December 6-7. The program focused on the Andean Community legal system and judicial interpretations in their applications by Peruvian courts, as well as current topics of interest in Peruvian Trademark Law such as non-traditional marks. INTA representatives at the workshop included (left to right) Miguel Angel Carpio (Carpio, Ochoa, Martinez, Brik, Mexico), the Task Force Leader on the Enforcement Committee charged with organizing the Judges Workshops; Iris Gunther, Advisor, External Relations Enforcement; and Jorge Allende (Allende Garcia, Peru) who serves on the Data Protection Committee.

2019 Europe Conference to Focus on Professional, Political, and Legal Changes
INTA’s 2019 Europe Conference: Embracing Change, February 18 and 19 in Paris, France, will help brand owners and IP practitioners identify changes that will impact their professional lives and will provide practical tips to navigate the changing European political and legal landscape. Topics include promoting brands in the digital world, the impact of copyright reform in Europe on creative works, and the legal implications of the brand-online influencer relationship. Early bird registration fees are available until January 11. Learn more here.

Renew Your Membership Today to Stay a Member of the INTA Community
Belonging to INTA means you are a member of a global community composed of 32,000 individual members and 7,200 organization members. Stay a part of this influential group and renew your membership by December 31, 2018; go to www.inta.org and click on “My Profile.” Check out one member’s account of what belonging to INTA means to him in the latest INTA Bulletin.

INTA and the European Commission Hold Workshop on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
INTA and the European Commission – Directorate-General for the Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs held a workshop about IP support for small and medium- sized enterprises (SMEs) on December 7 in Brussels, Belgium. Speaking to members of industry associations and government offices, INTA President Tish Berard (center) presented findings of the 2018 Presidential Task Force report on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Entrepreneurs, and Hélène Nicora, INTA Chief Representative Officer, Europe, informed attendees about some of INTA’s SME-relevant services, such as the Pro Bono Clearinghouse and online public resources.

Judges Workshop in Peru Explores Andean Community Legal System
INTA was among the co-hosts of a Judges Workshop in Lima, Peru on December 6-7. The program focused on the Andean Community legal system and judicial interpretations in their applications by Peruvian courts, as well as current topics of interest in Peruvian Trademark Law such as non-traditional marks. INTA representatives at the workshop included (left to right) Miguel Angel Carpio (Carpio, Ochoa, Martinez, Brik, Mexico), the Task Force Leader on the Enforcement Committee charged with organizing the Judges Workshops; Iris Gunther, Advisor, External Relations Enforcement; and Jorge Allende (Allende Garcia, Peru) who serves on the Data Protection Committee.