2022 Annual Meeting Live+
Generate new sales leads and increase your firm’s visibility by exhibiting in the Brand Marketplace, our newly rebranded exhibition hall.
IN-PERSON + VIRTUAL
Exhibitor Booth Numbers
|ABPI – Brazilian Intellectual Property Association||127|
|African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI)||125|
|African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO)||135|
|AIPPI – International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property||129|
|Al Adwani Law Firm||330|
|AnJie & Broad Law Firm||436|
|Baianat Intellectual Property||428|
|Cardinal Intellectual Property||227|
|China IP Magazine||421|
|Computer Packages Inc. (CPI)||242|
|CTC Legal Media/The Trademark Lawyer||309|
|Dennemeyer – The IP Group||342|
|Global IP Matrix||417|
|Iolite Softwares Private Limited||327|
|KIPO – Korean Intellectual Property Office||447|
|KONDRAT & Partners||230|
|Korean Association for Intellectual Property Services (KAIPS)||424|
|Lung Tin Intellectual Property Agent Ltd.||307|
|Managing IP – IP STARS||406|
|Mikhailyuk, Sorokolat and Partners – patent and trademark
|NAM & NAM||202|
|National Association of Patent Attorneys of Ukraine (NAPA)||442|
|Nevium Intellectual Property Consultants||329|
|Quality Brands Protection Committee of China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment (QBPC)||427|
|S.S RANA & Co.||229|
|Sjiem Fat & Mahabir||423|
|University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law||419|
|Vox Populi Registry||336|
|Western Union Business Solutions||223|
|World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)||136|
|World IP Review (WIPR)||109|
|World Trademark Review (WTR)||206|
About the 2022 Brand Marketplace Exhibitors
101domain is a trusted partner and industry leader in international domain registration, management, and IP rights enforcement for many of the world’s top brands. We provide deep expertise in domain names, security and enterprise level DNS and robust brand protection solutions and strategies to meet your evolving needs.
ABPI, the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study and development of intellectual property, notably the right of industrial property, copyright, competition law, technology transfer, and other related areas.
ABPI is the Brazilian Group of AIPPI and, among other activities, promotes and organizes conferences, congresses, and seminars, edits publications about intellectual property, and permanently maintains 15 study commissions and other working groups aimed at improving legislation, doctrine, and jurisprudence of this branch of law. ABPI is also the domain dispute resolution center, accredited by the Brazilian Registrar, and has a mediation and arbitration tribunal.
Acumass is a leading intellectual property service provider, operating on a global level with offices based across Europe, Asia, and the United States.
We take pride in providing comprehensive, secure, and cost-effective IP management and renewal services. Our state-of-the-art software system allows us to create tailored service levels and outsourcing solutions to accommodate our clients and their individual needs.
Anaqua is a premium provider of integrated, end-to-end innovation and IP management solutions, serving many of the top U.S. patent filers, global brands, and a growing number of forward-looking law firms worldwide. A privately-held company, Anaqua’s global operations are headquartered in Boston, with offices across the U.S., Europe, and Asia.
AnJie & Board
AnJie & Board is a China-based law firm fully licensed to provide a full range of legal services beyond IP filing. Our international IP team comprises multi-lingual talents qualified in both common and civil law jurisdictions with overseas background. This diversity empowers us to know our global clients’ needs and deliver well-balanced solutions that combine legal feasibility, business reality, and profitability.
African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO)
ARIPO is an Intergovernmental Organization that grants and administers intellectual property (IP) titles on behalf of its 21 Member States. It provides IP information to its clientele through search services, publications, and awareness creation. The organization’s membership is open to all Member States of the African Union.
AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property)
AIPPI is the world’s leading not-for-profit association dedicated to the development and improvement of laws for the protection of intellectual property. It is a politically neutral, non-profit organization, based in Switzerland with about 8,000 members worldwide from more than 131 countries.
Al Adwani Law Firm
The firm was established in 2007 by Ayyad Al Adwani, with the objective to offer legal services to local and international clients. Mr. Adwani has been actively practicing law since 1990. He is licensed to represent clients in all courts in Kuwait, including the Court of Cassation and the Constitutional Court. He is a member of the Kuwait Lawyers Society and International Bar Association and registered arbitrator in Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry, as well as Commercial Arbitration Centre of the Gulf Cooperation Council. We incorporate multi-lingual and multicultural talents and resources to deliver integrated solutions in various areas of the local and international law. Practice areas include alternative dispute resolution, aviation and maritime, commercial, corporate, criminal law, employment and labor, family law, intellectual property, and litigation insurance.
Alt Legal makes IP docketing easier than ever before for trademark professionals. See why 1,000+ global organizations, including Am Law 200 firms, Fortune 50 companies, and boutiques, rely on our modern, automated software daily. We provide free migration, training, and support backed by the friendliest support team in IP.
LexisNexis and Appdetex team up to provide modern brand protection worldwide. Deep expertise and patent-pending Tracer® technology secure brands from digital risks and disrupt highly organized brand abuse networks. The world’s most valuable brands rely on us to protect one of their most important assets—customer trust.
Asia IP is a leading legal media platform, featuring in-depth analysis of the IP issues facing companies in Asia. A vital source of intelligence for IP-owning companies and law firms that want to keep ahead of the key issues, Asia IP focuses on the issues behind the headlines, providing solutions to the challenges companies face when trying to protect their intellectual assets, and coverage of the law firms they can turn to.
ASICS is an international sports goods company, with headquarters in Kobe, Japan and establishments worldwide. ASICS was founded on philosophy of “Sound Mind, Sound Body.” And our vision is to “create quality lifestyle through intelligent sport technology.” Our brands include ASICS, Onitsuka Tiger, Haglöfs, and Runkeeper.
Azami Global is the largest global network of IP professionals. Together we provide corporations and law firms with technology-enabled, high-quality, streamlined services supported by our global network of IP professionals. You will not only save time and money, but will also have complete confidence that your IP rights are safely handled by our qualified and dedicated experts.
Baianat Intellectual Property
Baianat Intellectual Property has an extensive experience and a long history in the field of intellectual property. Now, our firm is operating in the MENA region via more than 25 offices. We move always forward to help all types of businesses to identify, protect, develop, and enforce their IP rights.
Billtrader is a FinTech solution purpose-built for IP firms—designed to solve the cost and efficiency challenges related to making payments and being paid by foreign agents. Billtrader enables IP Firms to streamline the accounts payable and receivable processes as they send and receive money from around the world by automating data capture, payments, notifications, and reconciliation.
Brand Institute was founded in 1993 and provides the highest quality name development services, with best-in-class client services, in a timely manner, at a competitive price. BI created the first branding agency to have a hub-and-spoke business model including brand strategy, name development, trademark/legal, market research, and visual identity services.
BrandShield provides services from brand protection to online threat hunting. BrandShield detects and takes down online trademark infringement, counterfeit sales, and brand abuse across multiple internet platforms: websites, social media, and marketplaces. Takedowns are performed by BrandShield’s in-house enforcement team consisting mostly of professionals with experience in IP law.
Cardinal Intellectual Property
Cardinal Intellectual Property is the leading IP services company in the United States, performing work on behalf of the USPTO, 91 of the AM Law 100 firms, numerous Fortune 500 companies, and educational institutions. Cardinal provides outstanding customer service and quality by hiring U.S. based research professionals with the highest of qualifications, including the entire Trademark team holding J.D.s. In addition to ensuring quality search results, Cardinal proudly offers trademark searches at an affordable price giving our clients exceptional value.
CheckMark Network is dedicated to monitoring your brands…on-line or off-line. For over 20 years we’ve been continually updating our digital brand protection services with the latest propriety technology. We are unmatched in our breadth and depth of watching services. We’ve successfully merged technology, people and price to provide the industry a superior watching platform.
China IP Magazine
The chinaiptoday.com launched by China IP magazine combines muti-aspect news information and original articles on Chinese IP industry to show the development of Chinese IP to the world and let the world know more about all aspects of Chinese IP information.
Clarivate™ is a global leader in providing solutions to accelerate the lifecycle of innovation. Our bold mission is to help customers solve some of the world’s most complex problems by providing actionable information and insights that reduce the time from new ideas to life-changing inventions in the areas of science and intellectual property. We help customers discover, protect, and commercialize their inventions using our trusted subscription and technology-based solutions coupled with deep domain expertise.
Computer Packages Inc. (CPI)
Computer Packages Inc. (CPI) is a trusted IP provider with over 50 years serving the intellectual property community. We provide reliable, AI-powered patent and trademark management systems, patent data audits, and paperless annuity management. Our product suite has been expanded to improve all aspects of IP and business management.
As the only market-based intellectual property valuation firm, CONSOR has built a solid foundation of clients and gained invaluable work experience over the past 30+ years. Our core areas of expertise fall into four basic categories: intellectual property valuation, licensing strategies, litigation support/expert witness services, and transaction assistance.
Corsearch Brand Risk and Performance™ solutions are revolutionizing how companies commercialize and protect their growth. Trusted by thousands of customers worldwide, Corsearch delivers data, analytics, and services that support brands to market their assets and reduce commercial risks.
From trademark clearance to brand protection and anti-piracy, Corsearch provides a comprehensive program that enables businesses to secure brand value and thrive commercially. Behind the world’s best-known brands, there’s Corsearch.
CounterFind is the leading brand protection software for finding and removing all counterfeits online. From merchandise to NFTs, CounterFind’s proprietary software allows the biggest brands across sports, music, entertainment, and consumer products to remove infringements in real time. CounterFind is based in Dallas, Texas, and was founded in 2017 by former Dallas Cowboy and three-time Super Bowl Champion, Darren Woodson. Learn more.
CSC is the provider of choice for the Forbes Global 2000 and the 100 Best Global Brands® in enterprise domain names, DNS, digital certificate management, plus brand and fraud protection. CSC secures companies from cyber threats, helping them avoid revenue loss, reputational damage, or significant financial penalties due to policies like GDPR. We also provide a holistic approach to digital asset protection, alongside fraud protection to combat phishing.
CTC Legal Media/The Trademark Lawyer
Publishers of the globally renowned IP magazines The Trademark Lawyer and The Patent Lawyer, CTC Legal Media’s products and services are optimal for the IP legal B2B community.
Dennemeyer – The IP Group
The Dennemeyer Group offers high-quality services for the protection and management of intellectual property rights and is committed to being the first-choice partner for customers globally. With 60 years of experience in the industry and 20+ offices worldwide, Dennemeyer manages over three million IP rights of around 8,000 customers. Organizations with even the largest, most diverse IP portfolios turn to the Dennemeyer Group for reliable protection, administration and management of their most valuable assets. In addition to a full spectrum of IP-related legal services, Dennemeyer offers IP strategy consulting, comprehensive IP management software, IP maintenance services and cutting-edge patent search and analytics tools. For more information, visit our website or follow us on LinkedIn.
Docket Alarm is a national leader in docket research and legal analytics. Docket Alarm leverages a library of hundreds of millions of litigation records, as well as unique machine learning and natural language processing tools. The Docket Alarm API gives firms and companies the ability to leverage a giant database of PACER cases, alerting capabilities, and analysis in bulk. Docket Alarm was acquired by Fastcase in January 2018, and continues to be a disruptor in the legal analytics market.
We make life easier for IP professionals.
We’re a team of curious innovators who develop Equinox IPMS — our powerful, all-in-one intellectual property management system that’s easy to use and scales with you.
Our software optimizes your processes for efficient case & document management, client communications, fee management, and reporting.
Fovea IP, a worldwide IP rights search and watch provider, offers the:
- Broadest and most qualitative database coverage
- Most innovative search & watch technology allowing unseen speed, relevance, and productivity
Fovea IP emerged from the cooperation of two established leading IP database providers and three seasoned and experienced IP algorithm developers.
Horus is a software created to fight any type of intellectual property rights infringements in the online market. By offering various features and covering the main websites, social networks, metaverse, and marketplaces globally, it enables the maintenance of control over the market as well as the acquiring of valuable information regarding the virtual performance of the trademark.
Huski.ai uses artificial intelligence and Big Data to deliver the industry’s most advanced and affordable trademark search and cross-domain insight engine. Huski provides you with tools to manage the entire lifecycle of trademarks—from advanced clearance searching, office actions, and conflicting applications monitoring to infringement detection in e-commerce space and more.
Inventa is a leading IP law firm with more than 50 years of experience in Portugal, the European Union, and all the African jurisdictions. Inventa has served thousands of clients holding large trademark and patent portfolios, and other entities dealing with R&D, on a daily basis.
Iolite provides AI-driven intellectual property management software integrated with EUIPO, UKIPO, USPTO, WIPO, Canada, Australia, Mexico, India, and other major IPOs, which aids the intellectual property attorneys, in-house counsels, and portfolio managers to make their business flow process simple and efficient. The software also manages litigation, domain name, and general practice matters.
ipQuants creates a superior digital experience for legal professionals by unifying workflow automation and insights. From fully automatically delivering all case relevant documents for your review to empowering your organization with case relevant insights, our digital assistant solution Qthena will allow you to work in a more efficient, data-driven manner.
Founded in 1996, JPATTON is the leader in providing customized solutions that combine patented brand-protection products and services with unrivaled consumer engagement opportunities to grow the brands of our partners. Our products and services are designed to help our partners protect their physical, digital, and intellectual aspects of their brands through our state-of-the-art tools, industry expertise, and resources.
KONDRAT & Partners
KONDRAT & Partners is one of the largest and most dynamically expanding intellectual property law firms in Poland with a team of over 50 world-class IP professionals.
We look after big IP portfolios of large customers and also support startups with their first steps in the IP area. Welcome to get to know us better!
KAIPS (Korea Association for Intellectual Property Services) has a membership comprised of IP research and analysis of information, IP technology transfer and trade, IP translation for specifications and related documentation, IP database, related to IP system, application of IP rights (incoming/outgoing), IP litigation and arbitration and Other IP service companies in Korea. As you are aware, Korean intellectual property service companies have compiled much experience, which gives them a world-class level of expertise.
KAIPS hopes that you will choose to cooperate with these Korean intellectual property services companies.
Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO)
KIPO is the governmental agency primarily responsible for handing intellectual property (IP) related issues in Korea. We are working hard to promote the creation and utilization of IP enhance IPR protection both locally and abroad, foster human resources specializing in IP, and promote IP awareness throughout the world.
Law.asia brings together the content and archives of Asia Business Law Journal, China Business Law Journal, and India Business Law Journal, three of the region’s leading legal magazines. With the latest news on legal and regulatory developments, investigative reports, rankings, research data, law firm directories, videos, and more, we provide the intelligence that empowers business and legal leaders to seize opportunities, overcome challenges, and optimize risk management and legal compliance. Law.asia, Asia Business Law Journal, China Business Law Journal, and India Business Law Journal are produced by Vantage Asia Publishing Limited, an independent media company based in Hong Kong.
Leaders League is a Paris-based business services company and the rating agency with the largest presence on the ground around the world. We specialize in the development of rankings and news content used by leading corporations and C-level executives in their decision-making processes.
We give market leaders access to our dynamic network of information, offering up-to-date news, in-depth analysis, and insights through a variety of formats, from magazines to market intelligence reports, B2B events to online services. Our rankings cover the entire business chain and serve as an up-to-date and essential guide for navigating international markets
The company also organizes over 15 high-level events in global capitals such as Paris, New York, São Paulo, Madrid, and Milan with approximately 10,000 annual participants.
LexisNexis and Appdetex team up to provide modern brand protection worldwide. Deep expertise and patent-pending Tracer® technology secure brands from digital risks and disrupt highly-organized brand abuse networks. The world’s most valuable brands rely on us to protect one of their most important assets—customer trust.
Lleida.net is a trusted electronic services provider, eIDAS-qualified and telecoms operator. The company presents an extensive portfolio of technology solutions ranging from electronic notification and signature to corporate secrecy protection services (Secret Lleida.net) and identity validation processes (KYC 2.0).
It has recently introduced process automation services for public administrations and private companies. The company is listed in Spain (BME:LLN), France (EPA:ALLLN) and the United States (OTCQX:LLEIF), and its technology has been awarded more than 200 worldwide patents.
Lung Tin Intellectual Property Agent Ltd
Founded in 1994, one of the first Chinese intellectual property firms approved by the government to represent international clients in China, is headquartered in Beijing with branch offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Xi’an, Shenyang, Xiamen, Osaka, and New York. Since its establishment, Lung Tin has grown into a prominent full-service IP firm, having a network of strategic alliances worldwide to provide clients with global IP services. The firm currently has about 226 attorneys out of 445 staff members.
Managing IP – IP STARS
Managing IP is a leading source of analysis on IP developments worldwide. We offer in-house and actionable intelligence on the latest developments in IP, in turn helping IP professionals to understand and enforce critical IP strategies. IP STARS is an exclusive rankings platform where only the leading In-house, firms and private practitioners are listed. IP STARS is the most comprehensive IP guide in the legal profession.
Markify is the world’s only provider of automated, full availability search and watch reports for image and word marks. Get ultra-fast reports that find +99% of potential conflicts, with less noise. Used by law firms and brand owners globally for trademark search and watch, brand monitoring, and business intelligence.
Marksmen Brand Protection Services
Marksmen is a world leader in brand protection services. From trademark “use” investigations, to test purchases, on-site investigations, trademark and domain name acquisitions, and online brand-monitoring, companies rely on Marksmen as a partner in protecting intellectual property. More than 1.8 billion people actively use trademarks and domains secured by Marksmen.
MarqVision protects human creativity and innovation in a digital world. Our AI-powered software helps global brands remove counterfeits from 200+ online marketplaces, standalone websites, social media, and NFT platforms with a few clicks of a button. Learn more about how we can help you today.
Mikhailyuk, Sorokolat & Partners
MIKHAILYUK, SOROKOLAT & PARTNERS is one of the largest IP Law firms in the CIS region, established in 1992. Our business activity covers all of the former USSR countries, with the branch offices in Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Belarus, Moldova, and Uzbekistan.
NAM & NAM
With the wealth of knowledge accumulated over our nearly 70-year history and the world-class expertise of our professional team, NAM & NAM acts as a bridge between our clients and IP success in Korea, providing specialized, innovative services and always of the highest quality.
National Association of Patent Attorneys of Ukraine (NAPA) is a non-profit NGO, uniting most proactive and trusted IP specialists in Ukraine. NAPA provides legislative activities, advocacy, education, and social missions. Serving our members, Ukrainian and global businesses, NAPA works for development and growth of creative, innovative, amazing Ukraine—an important part of the modern world.
Nevium Intellectual Property Consultants
Nevium specializes in IP valuations and expert testimony for trademarks, copyrights, publicity rights, and brands. For IP litigators we provide expert damages testimony that combines Internet and social media analytics with accepted methodologies and concise narratives. For in-house counsel we provide IP valuation strategies that leverage IP to increase profits.
As a public benefit company, Nominet is driven by a commitment to use technology to improve connectivity, security and inclusivity online. For 25 years, Nominet has run the UK internet infrastructure, developing an expertise in the Domain Name System that underpins sophisticated threat monitoring, detection, and prevention used by governments to mitigate cyber threats.
OAPI (African Intellectual Property Organization)
We are a regional IP office granting industrial property titles (patents, trademarks, designs, models, and more). We contribute to the economic development of our member states by promoting the strategic use of IP assets. Our main feature: a single application, a single payment, and your industrial property right is granted protection in all our 17 member states.
Page Vault helps legal professionals capture web content—such as Facebook, videos, and websites—and turn it into an easy-to-use PDF document with key metadata. We make it easy to preserve what you need: our capture experts can make preservations for you, or get our award-winning software to make captures in-house.
Patrix is an international intellectual property management software provider. We have nearly 30 years of delivering results to a wide base of clients from large law ﬁrms and corporations to individual practices and small ﬁrms. No matter the size of your practice or department, we have a solution made for you!
We developed our software Patricia ™ by carefully listening to our clients’ ideas and incorporating their dynamic needs into the software. Patricia ™ was created by IP professionals for IP professionals. The software is flexible and can handle all case matters within an IP organization.
Our business culture is entrepreneurial, open, and based on a foundation of common sense. At Patrix we never rest. We listen and improve!
Probe.net has been providing services to domain name and online brand protection professionals since 2014. Our primary solutions include domain name watch services, domain monitoring and email security evaluation. We serve clients in all markets around the world to successfully fulfil their mission.
Quality Brands Protection Committee of China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment (QBPC)
Founded in 2000, QBPC is a member-driven association of IP professionals in China. It is devoted to defending brand reputation, eliminating counterfeits, promoting innovation and connecting all stakeholders for a better, safer, and fairer future. Its achievements and contribution have been well recognized by government agencies and international community.
Questel is a true end-to-end IP solutions provider to more than 20,000 clients and 1.5 million users across 30 countries. Questel is the number one trademark and patent filer in the world and provides software and support services throughout the IP lifecycle. Novagraaf and Brandstock, Questel group companies, also provide legal services.
RWS is the world’s leading provider of technology-enabled language, content management, and intellectual property services. With over 60 years of experience in the IP arena, RWS has expertise in patent translations, foreign filing, patent renewals and IP research services is unrivalled.
We have been a leading provider of global domain management, brand protection, SSL, and hosting services for over 21 years.
Our powerful and comprehensive suite of partnerships and managed web-based tools enables our customers to effectively protect their domain names, trademarks, and online brand identities across the globe.
Sjiem Fat & Mahabir
The leading provider of intellectual property services in Suriname and the Caribbean.
Sjiem Fat & Mahabir is a full-service intellectual property firm and business consultancy. With Suriname strategically positioned on the border of South America and the Caribbean, Sjiem Fat & Mahabir has expanded its network of intellectual property agents to include the Caribbean. Contact us.
SSRANA comes with an outstanding experience of more than 3 decades in providing practical legal research based solutions in diverse IP practice areas. Founding Partners of Firm have specialization and expertise in IP litigation for almost 53 years each and have represented well-known brands in TM infringement and passing off suits in India and across the world.
For nearly two decades, Sun IP has been providing high-quality translation services to meet diverse, deadline-driven, and complex litigation needs. Our industry-leading solutions are reinforced by cutting-edge technology, a proven quality assurance process, and unparalleled customer service. Meeting our clients’ needs is integral to everything we do.
The Global IP Matrix
Global IP Matrix is an IP industry-specific publication overseen by legal professionals working in the IP and innovation sector.
Industry thought leaders provide up to date comprehensive, detailed analysis reports on innovation, IP trends, new legislation, and IP strategy, amongst other topics in the IP spectrum internationally. Contact us.
The Trademark Clearinghouse is a one-stop-solution for protecting your brands in the new gTLD era. This centralized database of verified trademark information connects to every one of more than 1,230 new gTLDs and offers different services, such as priority domain name registration and warnings, acting as first line of defense for brand owners.
University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law
University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law has been an IP powerhouse for nearly five decades, offering a top-ranked legal education and a top 10 IP program in the US. Graduate programs include LLM, Master’s, and Certificates in IP, Commerce & Technology, and a mostly online JD for professionals.
Vox Populi Registry
dotSucks is a domain platform managed by Vox Populi Registry, offering brands and individuals the opportunity to speak and to be heard. The result? An ability to rally around a cause, criticize bad behavior and engage directly in ways that can strengthen a brand and deepen customer loyalty. Contact us.
WebTMS Limited is the publisher of the popular world renowned software WebTMS. WebTMS is a comprehensive yet intuitive IP management platform that supports the efficient handling of all IP matters. Automatic diary and workflow management tools ensure all cases are monitored so that critical deadlines and internal reminders are sent to the correct person for actioning.
Western Union Business Solutions
Western Union Business Solutions is your Legal Payments specialist, partnering with more than 700 law firms across the world and leading industry software providers. We help firms deliver operational efficiencies through streamlined payments workflow, backed by our 30+ years Legal Payments industry expertise, extensive global footprint and stringent compliance and fraud programs
Wolters Kluwer is a global leader in professional information, software solutions, and services for the legal and regulatory; healthcare; tax and accounting; governance, risk, and compliance sectors. We help our customers make critical decisions every day by providing expert solutions that combine deep domain knowledge with advanced technology and services.
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is the global forum for intellectual property policy, services, information, and cooperation. A specialized agency of the United Nations, WIPO assists its 193 member states in developing a balanced international IP legal framework to meet society’s evolving needs. It provides business services for obtaining IP rights in multiple countries—such as the Madrid System (for trademarks), the Hague System (for designs) and the Lisbon System (for geographical indications)—and for resolving disputes (the Arbitration and Mediation Center). It delivers capacity-building programs to help developing countries benefit from using IP. And it gives free access to unique knowledge banks of IP information, including the Global Brand Database and the Global Design Database.
World IP Review (WIPR)
WIPR is a multi-platform source of business intelligence across magazines, digital news services, data and events. Aimed at businesses and legal practitioners active in intellectual property, as well as marketing and branding professionals, it is the most effective route to market for legal business development. Published digitally four times a year, and daily online, WIPR provides timely news and analysis on the most relevant and important issues affecting brand owners, while our Network events offer best in class content and business development opportunities. Follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter @WorldIPReview.
World Trademark Review (WTR)
World Trademark Review (WTR) is the trusted source of worldwide news, analysis and data on the management of trademarks. It keeps you up to speed with the global issues and strategies that matter, giving you the detail and depth you need to operate successfully.
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Questions? Please contact us.
- April 11, 2022—Exhibit Booth Application Deadline (based on availability)
- March 21-31, 2022—Exhibit Booth Assignment Notifications
2022 Exhibition Pricing
Member Exhibit Booth Pricing
|Booth Size||Price (USD)||Total Registrations*|
|10′ x 10′ (1 booth)—inline booth||$3,500||2|
|10′ x 20′ (2 booths)—inline booth||$6,300||4|
|10′ x 30′ (3 booths)—inline booth||$8,925||6|
|20′ x 20′ (4 booths)—inline booth or peninsula||$11,200||8|
|20′ x 30′ (6 booths)—inline booth or peninsula||$16,800||12|
|20′ x 40′ (8 booths)—island booth||$21,000||16|
Non-Member Exhibit Booth Pricing
|Booth Size||Price (USD)||Total Registrations*|
|10′ x 10′ (1 booth)—inline booth||$4,500||2|
|10′ x 20′ (2 booths)—inline booth||$8,100||4|
|10′ x 30′ (3 booths)—inline booth||$11,475||6|
|20′ x 20′ (4 booths)—inline booth or peninsula||$14,400||8|
|20′ x 30′ (6 booths)—inline booth or peninsula||$21,600||12|
|20′ x 40′ (8 booths)—island booth||$25,200||16|
*Exhibitor registrations include access to all educational sessions, the Welcome Reception, and the Grand Finale.
When can I submit an exhibit booth application?
Booth space is based on availability.
Applications for rental of exhibit booth space are subject to the approval of INTA. INTA reserves the right to reject applications for space with or without cause, if INTA determines that the rejection is in the best interest of the 2022 Annual Meeting Live+.
How can I purchase as booth for the 2022 Annual Meeting Live+?
- Apply for Booth (credit card required)
- Click on “Register to Attend”
- Login to your account with your INTA user name and password. If you need to reset your password, please contact Member Operations at [email protected]
- Enter the name of the person who is the main contact from your organization under “Purchase for”
- Click “Next”
- Select the booth size, then click “Next” again
- DO NOT remove the “2022 Annual Meeting Live+ Exhibition” “Free” line item
- Enter your credit card information and click “Checkout”
What are the payment options?
You may pay for your exhibit booth space by credit card (American Express, MasterCard, or Visa). If you need to pay by check or by wire transfer, please contact Paula Lee.
What are the benefits of exhibiting?
As an Exhibitor, you will benefit from a wide range of promotions to maximize your investment.
- A 50-word Exhibitor profile and product description on the INTA website.
- Recognition as an Exhibitor in the online 2022 Annual Meeting Live+ program with a link to your organization’s website.
- Two Exhibitor registrations per 10 x 10 exhibit booth space. Exhibitor registrations include access to all educational sessions, the Welcome Reception, and the Grand Finale.
How do I register booth personnel?
Exhibitor will receive instructions on how to register their booth personnel once the exhibit booth is paid for in full.
Exhibitor registrations can only be assigned to employees in the same organization.
How do I reserve hotel rooms or add events for booth personnel?
After you register your booth personnel, they can reserve a hotel room and add sessions and events to their registration, when available.
Exhibit Hall Venue
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Place NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
Exhibit Hall: Hall D & E
What is not included in an exhibit booth?
This is a pipe and drape show. The exhibit booth space does NOT include hard walls, carpet, furniture, tables, chairs, electricity, floral arrangements, telephone, Internet, plumbing, or specialty lighting in the booth. These items are available for rent through the general contractor.
Each booth will be set with hard wall back and side rails at the expense of the exhibiting company. You can bring your own hard wall booth or you can rent a booth scheme from the general contractor.
Exhibit Hall Carpet/ Booth Flooring
The exhibit area is NOT carpeted and all booths are required to have carpet or Show Management approved floor covering.
Exhibit Booth Assignment
Exhibitors are assigned booth placement based on “Priority Points.” Each organization is allocated one Priority Point for every year of exhibiting at the Annual Meeting. Exhibitors do not select their booth space. INTA reserves the right to make the final determination of all space assignments in keeping with the best interests of the Exhibition as a whole.
INTA Priority Points System Guidelines
Tier 1 Exhibitor: 15+ years exhibiting at the Annual Meeting
Tier 2 Exhibitor: 6‒14 years exhibiting at the Annual Meeting
Tier 3 Exhibitor: 0‒5 years exhibiting at the Annual Meeting
Tier 1 Exhibitors will be assigned exhibit space first based on their Priority Points and then based on the booth size. Larger booths (20 x 20+) will have priority to an island booth space.
Exhibitors with higher priority points will be assigned the corner booth spaces, as there are limited corner booths.
Prime space is typically assigned to Exhibitors that have a longer exhibit history.
In the case of a tie, the date on which the application was received with full payment will dictate the order of the space assignment selection.
If your company elects not to participate in any given year or cancels your exhibit space, all Priority Points are forfeited.
An Exhibitor that merges or acquires another Exhibitor will assume the higher of the two (or more) Priority Point totals. Priority Points will not be combined.
INTA will deduct Priority Points for infractions of rules and regulations (e.g., not completing setup on time, dismantling earlier than closing time).
INTA reserves the right to assign space to an Exhibitor and/or rearrange the floor plan and/or relocate any exhibit at any time before or during the Exhibition.
Exhibitor Agreement & Rules and Regulations
In purchasing an exhibit space, each Exhibitor agrees to adhere to all conditions and regulations outlined in the Exhibitor Agreement & Rules and Regulations (below).
The Exhibitor shall at all times during the Annual Meeting observe and comply with INTA’s Exhibition Rules and Regulations (the “Exhibition Rules”), as may be updated from time to time. INTA shall have sole authority to interpret and enforce the Exhibition Rules and to make any amendments thereto as shall be necessary, in the sole judgment of INTA, for the orderly conduct of the Exhibition. The Exhibitor further agrees to comply with the Exhibition Rules and with all applicable laws, ordinances, and regulations. All matters and questions not specifically covered by these rules and regulations are subject to the decision of INTA, whose decisions will be final. The Exhibitor agrees to accept and abide by such decisions.
INTA reserves the right at any time to prohibit or remove any exhibit, display, device, or part thereof, or prohibit the exhibit, display, device or promotional material that in its opinion is not suitable to or in keeping with the mission of INTA.
The Exhibitor is responsible for securing insurance coverage for participation in connection with the Annual Meeting. Exhibitors are required to obtain insurance policies covering booth materials and/or equipment transportation to and from the show and also during the Meeting. The Exhibitor shall obtain general liability, property damage, and fire insurance of not less than US $1,000,000 combined single limits at the Exhibitor’s own cost and expense. International Trademark Association (INTA), and Walter E. Washington Convention Center must be named as coinsured with limits of liability of at least US $1,000,000 combined single limits including bodily injury, property damage, fire, and theft. The Exhibitor should check with their corporate insurance policy, as most policies will provide riders for such coverage at trade shows/exhibitions. The Exhibitor acknowledges and agrees that its participation in the Exhibition is solely at the Exhibitor’s own risk. Exhibitors that hire a third-party contractor for the installation of their booth must have insurance coverage before appointing the contractor.
Rules & Regulations
Exhibitor may not serve alcohol in their contracted booth space.
Agreement to Rules
The Exhibitor, for itself and its employees, agrees to abide by the INTA Exhibitor Rules set forth in this Agreement or posted on INTA’s web site, and any other rules, policies or regulations of the owner of the Exhibition Facility (collectively, the “Rules”) and by amendments that may be put into effect by INTA, Event venue and its contracted decorating company.
Amendment to Rules
Any matters not specifically covered by the Rules shall be subject solely to the decision of INTA. The Rules may be amended at any time by INTA, and all amendments made shall be binding.
INTA shall have sole control over Exhibition Hall admission policies at all times. Admittance to the Exhibition is limited to representatives of exhibiting organizations and registered attendees. No guests or children will be allowed on the Exhibition floor at any time!
Automatic Space Release
If Exhibitor fails to arrive for setup by 9:00 am on the opening day of the Exhibition; INTA will automatically release the space, whether INTA fills the Exhibitor’s booth space or not. No refunds will be given.
The Exhibitor’s booth representatives shall be restricted to employees of the exhibiting organization who are registered to attend the Annual Meeting. Booth representatives shall wear “Exhibitor” badge identification, furnished by INTA, at all times.
Booth Representatives Admittance during Non-Show Hours
Exhibitor booth representatives will be permitted to enter the Exhibition one hour before each day of the Exhibition and will be able to remain in the Exhibition one half hour after closing, with the exception of the last day of the Exhibition. Exhibitor that require additional time must check with INTA’s Exhibition Management.
Care of Building
The Exhibitor will be held responsible for any damage done by its employees or representatives to the Event venue. The Exhibitor is liable for any damage caused to building floors, walls or columns, or to standard booth equipment, or to other Exhibitors’ property. The Exhibitor may not apply paint, lacquer, adhesive or other coating to building columns and floors or to standard booth equipment.
Contractor Services and Information
INTA, in the best interest of the Exhibitor, has selected Freeman Decorating Company as the Official Service Contractor for the Event, to provide various services to Exhibitor. Such Contractor will provide all services for the exhibit area including tradesmen carrying bona fide credentials available to set-up and dismantle exhibit booths. Complete information, instructions, and schedules of prices regarding shipping and drayage, labor for installing and dismantling, electrical work, furniture, telephone, and cleaning, will be in the Exhibitor Kit.
INTA shall have full discretion and authority in the placement, arrangement and appearance of all items displayed by the Exhibitor, and may require the replacement, rearrangement or redecorating of any item or of any booth that INTA deems inconsistent with the principal purpose of the Exhibition or inappropriate for any other reason, and no liability shall be attached to INTA for costs that may devolve upon the Exhibitor thereby. Exhibitor building special background or side dividers must make certain that the surfaces of such dividers are finished in such a manner so that they are not unsightly to Exhibitor in adjoining booths. If such surfaces remain unfinished by 9:00 am on the opening day of the Exhibition, INTA shall authorize the official decorator to effect the necessary finishing, and the Exhibitor must pay all charges involved thereby.
- Balloons (air or helium) are prohibited.
Demonstration Equipment Placement
All demonstration equipment, including the operator’s position, must be located at least two feet removed from the aisle line of the exhibit area.
Distribution of Printed Materials, Samples, and Souvenirs
The Exhibitor may distribute marketing materials, samples, souvenirs, publications, etc. only from within their contracted booth space. The distribution of any article that interferes with the activities in, or obstructs access to, neighboring booths, or that impedes aisles, is prohibited. Neither Exhibitor nor non-exhibitor shall distribute to meeting attendees printed materials, samples, souvenirs and the like, except from within the contracted booth space.
Early Tear Down
Exhibitor shall not initiate tear-down, packing, or abandon exhibit prior to close of the Exhibition. In the event Exhibitor begins teardown prior to the close of the Exhibition, the Exhibitor will be in non-compliance and will result in the loss of priority point for future Exhibitions and may be refused the right to exhibit at future INTA events.
INTA has the sole right at any time including during the Event to determine the eligibility of any organization or product for inclusion or continued participation in the Exhibition.
Exhibitor Appointed Contractors
Any company using Exhibitor Appointed Contractor companies must provide INTA with a certificate of insurance, clearly stating who the exhibiting company is. Certificate of insurance is required. Every Exhibitor and Exhibitor Appointed Contractors must comply with applicable labor agreements and practices and must not commit or allow to be committed by persons in its employment any acts that could lead to work stoppage, strikes, or labor problems. In addition, any Exhibitor Appointed Contractors shall be responsible to INTA’s Official Service Contractor as pertains to move-in and move-out scheduling.
For the fee specified in the Exhibitor Application, the Exhibitor will be designated as an Exhibitor of the Event, and shall receive from INTA the Exhibition benefits specified in the Exhibitor Application.
INTA reserves the right at any time to prohibit or remove any exhibit, display, device, or part thereof, or prohibit the exhibit, display, device or promotional material that in its opinion is not suitable to or in keeping with the mission of INTA. Furthermore, INTA reserves the right at any time to prohibit or remove any exhibit, display, device or promotional material if the activity of the Exhibitor regardless of location of activities is in INTA’s sole opinion not suitable to or in keeping with the mission of INTA. Exhibitor may not engage in any activity that will interfere with or in INTA’s opinion be reasonably objectionable to other exhibits or that may present INTA or the Event in a false or negative light, whether at the Exhibition Hall or elsewhere during the Event. The Exhibitor agrees not to use hotel or hospitality rooms to exhibit or for demonstrations or entertaining at hours that conflict with scheduled INTA meetings, INTA events and Exhibition hours.
Exhibitors’ Discussions, Costumes, Promotion
The Exhibitor shall not engage in any activities in the aisle or in booths other than its own. The Exhibitor’s representatives wearing appropriate costumes or carrying banners or signs separately, or as part of their apparel, must remain in their own contracted booth space.
Fire Prevention Requirements.
Exhibitor shall conform to all regulations of the local fire department. In addition, all main and cross aisles, corridors, exhibit areas, exit stairways, and other areas will be maintained at their required width at all times the Exhibition is open; no obstructions such as chairs, tables, or displays will be allowed to protrude into aisles. No combustible decoration, such as crepe paper, tissue paper, cardboard, or corrugated paper, shall be used at any time. All packing containers, boxes, excelsior, and wrapping paper are to be removed from the floor and must not be stored under tables or behind displays.
INTA reserves the right to modify the Exhibition floor plan without notice or obligation for any refund.
Food & Beverage
Exhibitor may not bring food or beverage from the outside. All food and beverage must be ordered from the exclusive catering company of the convention center.
All food/beverage samples distributed by the Exhibitor are subject to the approval of the exclusive catering company of the convention center. All food/beverage portions or samples distributed must not exceed two (2) ounces by weight. Exhibitor shall be solely responsible for ensuring that any approved food/beverage samples are in safe condition for consumption and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
Genuineness of Goods
Provision for Non-Infringement
Exhibitor warrants that disclosure and delivery of any information, goods, documents, software and other materials, and use thereof, as contemplated by this Agreement, will not knowingly infringe or violate any proprietary right of any third party, including, without limitation, any copyright, trademark, known patent or trade secret right.
Warranty of Genuineness of Goods
If a situation arises which constitutes an infringement, Exhibitor will have the obligation to, at its option: (i) modify the Infringing goods, equipment or software at its own expense, without impairing in any respect the functionality, level of quality of goods or performance, so that it is non-infringing; (ii) replace the goods, system, equipment or software with equally suitable, non-infringing goods, system, equipment or software.
Exhibitor shall not use any goods in relation to the activities governed by this Agreement that are “Counterfeit Goods”, defined as Goods or separately- identifiable items or components of Goods that:
- Are an unauthorized copy or substitute of an Original Equipment Manufacturer or Original Component Manufacturer (collectively, “OEM”) item;
- Are not traceable to an OEM sufficient to ensure authenticity in OEM design and manufacture:
- Do not contain proper external or internal materials or components required by the OEM or are not constructed in accordance with OEM design:
- Have been re-worked, re-marked, re-labeled, repaired, refurbished, or otherwise modified from OEM design but not disclosed as such or are represented as OEM authentic or new
- Have not passed successfully all OEM required testing, verification, screening, and quality control processes.
Exhibitor shall implement an appropriate strategy to ensure that Goods used in relation to activities governed by this Agreement are not Counterfeit Goods. Seller’s strategy shall include, but is not limited to, the direct procurement of items from OEMs or authorized suppliers, conducting approved testing or inspection to ensure the authenticity of items, and/or, when items are to be procured from non-authorized suppliers, obtaining from such non-authorized suppliers appropriate certificates of conformance.
If Exhibitor becomes aware or suspects that it has used or is using Counterfeit Goods in relation to activities governed by this Agreement, Exhibitor promptly shall notify INTA and replace, at Exhibitor’s expense, such Counterfeit Goods with OEM or INTA-approved Goods that conform to the requirements of this Agreement. In addition, Exhibitor shall be liable for all costs incurred by INTA related to the Exhibitor’s use of Counterfeit Goods. The remedies contained in this article are in addition to any remedies INTA may have at law, equity, or under other provisions of this contract. Exhibitor bears responsibility for procuring authentic Goods or items from its subcontractors and shall ensure that all such subcontractors comply with the requirements of this article.
Installation, Showing, and Dismantling
Hours and dates for installation, showing, and dismantling shall be those specified by INTA. The Exhibitor shall be liable for all storage and handling charges resulting from failure to remove exhibit material from the Exhibition before conclusion of the dismantling period specified by INTA.
Lotteries and Contests
The operation of games of chance or lottery devices, or the actual or simulated pursuit of any recreational pastime, is permitted only as allowed by the laws of the jurisdiction in which the Event is being held and upon written approval from INTA. In the event INTA approves any such lotteries, contests, Exhibitor understands and acknowledges that Exhibitor will remain solely responsible for compliance with any or all rules and regulations governing such lotteries, contests.
Noise and Odors
No noisy or obstructive work will be permitted during open hours of the Exhibition, nor will noisily operating displays, nor exhibits producing objectionable odors, be allowed.
The exhibiting of services, products or equipment at any INTA event or program does not constitute an endorsement or approval by INTA of such services, products or equipment. The Exhibitor is not permitted to represent in any manner or at any time that such services, products or equipment have been endorsed or approved of by INTA.
Obstruction of Aisles or Booths
Any demonstration or activity that results in excessive obstruction of aisles or prevents ready access to nearby Exhibitors’ booths shall be suspended for any periods specified by INTA.
Exhibitor shall take no photographs of other Exhibitors’ booths without prior consent of the Exhibitor involved.
Presentations Sound Amplifying, Reproducing Equipment
The use of sound systems is permissible, provided that they are not audible more than three feet into the aisle or into neighboring booths, and that the sound is directed exclusively into the Exhibitor’s booth. INTA shall have absolute control over this regulation, the intent of which is to ensure that sound systems shall not be audibly objectionable to neighboring Exhibitor. Sound amplification may be used by an Exhibitor only for the dissemination of information to the meeting’s audience that directly relates to products and/or services of the particular company displaying such products and/or services at the Event. Any presentation that interferes with the activities in, or obstructs access to, neighboring booths, or that impedes aisles, is prohibited.
Regulations Governing Displays
- All exhibits are subject to an on-site inspection; if Exhibitor’s exhibit, product, or any part of the exhibit display has to be repositioned, or if masking drape or carpet has to be ordered, any and all costs incurred will be at the Exhibitor’s expense.
- Any portion of an exhibit that obstructs the view, interferes with the privileges of other Exhibitor, extends beyond the designated booth space or for any reason becomes objectionable at the discretion of INTA, must be immediately modified or removed by the Exhibitor and/or INTA. Unsightly back walls visible from the side on corner booths must be covered or draped, or such will be draped by INTA and billed to the Exhibitor.
- Exhibitor will be responsible for providing floor covering (e.g. carpet, wood) for their contracted booth space.
- Hanging signs or banners used as company identification are prohibited for inline booths. Exhibitor may only hang a sign or banner in an island booth space.
- Exhibitor are not allowed to set up their own wireless internet equipment.
Regulations Relating to Maximum Allowable Heights of Back Wall
- Standard In-Line Booth: No exhibits may exceed the 8’ back wall height from the back wall to 5’ forward. No solid exhibit construction will be permitted to exceed 3’ in height in the front 5’ of the booth. Booth construction must not impede the line of site to neighboring booths.The back of exhibit side walls (the side which will face the Exhibitor’s neighbor) must be finished; the back of exhibit back wall must also be finished if exposed from behind or from the side. Exposed and unfinished exhibit displays will be masked at the Exhibitor’s expense.
- Set-Back: All display fixtures over 4’0” (1.22m) in height and placed within 10 linear feet (3.05m) of an adjoining exhibit must be confined to the rear five feet of the exhibit space to avoid blocking the neighbor’s visibility.
- Island Booth: All island booths must submit a rendering of their booth design to be approved by INTA prior to the Exhibition. Island exhibit structures will be permitted to a maximum height of 10’-16’ (including signs and/or company name and logo). Height variances may vary depending on location of booth and subject to show management approval.
The Exhibitor agrees that its exhibit shall be admitted and shall remain from day to day solely in strict compliance with the rules herein stated. INTA reserves the right to reject, eject or prohibit any exhibit in whole or in part, with or without giving good cause. If cause is not given, liability shall not exceed the return to the Exhibitor of the amount of rental unearned at the time of ejection. If an exhibit of the Exhibitor is ejected for violation of these rules or for other stated reasons, no return shall be made.
The Exhibitor agrees to accept full responsibility for compliance with national, state and city regulations in the provision and maintenance of adequate safety devices and conditions for the operation of machinery and equipment.
The Exhibitor must take all steps it deems advisable to protect and insure its employees, exhibit, equipment and property from injury, loss or damage during the entire term covered by this contract. The Exhibitor expressly releases INTA, the event venue and their officers, directors, members, employees and agents from any and all claims for such injury, loss or damage. INTA will engage a security service during the inclusive move-in period, operational hours and move-out period of the Exhibition. However, the furnishing of such service will not increase the liability of INTA, the event venue, their officers, directors, members, employees or agents. Exhibitor may elect to hire additional security services for its property, at its own expense, through the official General Services Contractor for the Exhibition.
Selling is allowed on the Exhibition floor; however, Exhibitor are required by the laws of the jurisdiction in which the Event is being held to be solely responsible for the collection and remittance of any sales or other taxes imposed on them.
Education, communication and resource information signs only will be allowed in exhibit booths. Electric flashers or signs involving the use of neon or similar gases are prohibited. Should the wording on any sign or area in an Exhibitor’s booth be deemed by INTA to be contrary in any way to the best interest of the Exhibition, the Exhibitor shall make such changes or remove signs as requested by INTA. INTA’s decision will be final in such matters.
Staffing of Exhibits
All exhibits must be continuously staffed each day of the Exhibition during those hours when the Exhibition is open to attendees. There will be no exceptions.
The Exhibitor may not sublet its space, nor any part thereof, nor exhibit, offer for sale, give as a premium, or advertise articles not manufactured or sold in its own name, except if such articles are required for the proper demonstration or operation of the Exhibitor’s display, in which case identification of such articles shall be limited to the regular nameplate or other identification that in standard practice appears normally on them. Rulings of INTA shall in all instances be final with regard to use of any exhibit space.
Exhibitor agrees and acknowledges that the use of INTA trademarks by Exhibitor, in connection with the Event, in associated marketing materials and activities, or in any other way, is strictly prohibited, unless permission for use is provided to Exhibitor in writing by INTA.
Rendering of Booth Design
All Exhibitors must provide a full rendering of their exhibit booth design/display for approval by INTA.
INTA reserves the right to decline an Exhibitor permission to conduct, maintain and exhibit if, in the sole judgment of the INTA Show Management, the Exhibitor or its Exhibit display is, in any respect, deemed to be unsuitable or offensive to others. This reservation includes, but is not limited to, personnel attire and conduct, articles of merchandise, printed matter, signage, souvenirs, catalogs, and any other items, without limitation, that affect the character of the Exhibition or is contrary to INTA’s mission.
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