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  • As Brexit continues to  cast a shadow of uncertainty regarding intellectual property (IP) rights in the United Kingdom, Tim Moss, CEO and Comptroller General of the UK Intellectual Property Office, shares his views on what Brexit may mean for the IP world on the latest episode of INTA’s podcast, Brand & New. Named by Managing IP magazine as one of the top 50 most influential people in IP in the world, he also offers an eye-opening analysis of the main challenges faced by the IP world in general and how to overcome them. Listen and subscribe to Brand & New on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher
  • Belonging to INTA means having access to the Association’s vast, connective Membership Directory that can help you build your professional network and locate global counsel. In addition, INTA’s Job Bank offers members the opportunity post jobs at no cost. Enhance your professional development and career advancement with these valuable resources, available only to members. To renew go to "My Profile" on the top of this page and click "renew." Renewal ends December 31. 
  • “I believe that a brand is the single most valuable asset than any organization has. There is nothing that comes close to it,” says Shelly Lazarus, Chairman Emeritus of Ogilvy, who is the featured speaker at INTA’s 2019 Leadership Meeting, November 19–22 in Austin, Texas. Read an interview with Ms. Lazarus in the latest edition of the INTA Bulletin here, and register for INTA’s 2019 Leadership Meeting here
  • INTA recently updated its Practitioner’s Guide to the Madrid Agreement and Madrid Protocol, a searchable database of practical information on the local application of the Madrid System in member countries. The guide, which is an exclusive member benefit, covers practice and procedure in obtaining, maintaining, licensing, and enforcing registrations obtained through the Madrid System, detailed information about how each jurisdiction treats marks extending to it, and a history of the Madrid treaties. Explore the updated guide here

Latest Episode of Brand & New Podcast Looks at Brexit
As Brexit continues to  cast a shadow of uncertainty regarding intellectual property (IP) rights in the United Kingdom, Tim Moss, CEO and Comptroller General of the UK Intellectual Property Office, shares his views on what Brexit may mean for the IP world on the latest episode of INTA’s podcast, Brand & New. Named by Managing IP magazine as one of the top 50 most influential people in IP in the world, he also offers an eye-opening analysis of the main challenges faced by the IP world in general and how to overcome them. Listen and subscribe to Brand & New on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher


INTA Membership Can Aid Professional Development and Career Advancement
Belonging to INTA means having access to the Association’s vast, connective Membership Directory that can help you build your professional network and locate global counsel. In addition, INTA’s Job Bank offers members the opportunity post jobs at no cost. Enhance your professional development and career advancement with these valuable resources, available only to members. To renew go to "My Profile" on the top of this page and click "renew." Renewal ends December 31. 

Leadership Meeting’s Featured Speaker Emphasizes the Value of Brands
“I believe that a brand is the single most valuable asset than any organization has. There is nothing that comes close to it,” says Shelly Lazarus, Chairman Emeritus of Ogilvy, who is the featured speaker at INTA’s 2019 Leadership Meeting, November 19–22 in Austin, Texas. Read an interview with Ms. Lazarus in the latest edition of the INTA Bulletin here, and register for INTA’s 2019 Leadership Meeting here

INTA Updates its Madrid Protocol Guide
INTA recently updated its Practitioner’s Guide to the Madrid Agreement and Madrid Protocol, a searchable database of practical information on the local application of the Madrid System in member countries. The guide, which is an exclusive member benefit, covers practice and procedure in obtaining, maintaining, licensing, and enforcing registrations obtained through the Madrid System, detailed information about how each jurisdiction treats marks extending to it, and a history of the Madrid treaties. Explore the updated guide here