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  • INTA’s 2019 March Conference: The Business of Brands will take the discussion beyond trademarks and focus on brands from a business perspective. Taking place March 28-29 in New York, New York, this forward-looking conference will provide insights and practical tips to help brand owners, IP practitioners, and business professionals stay ahead of trends and be instrumental in creating the future. Registration is now open. Read more about the March Conference here.
  • INTA members and domain name experts Francine Tan of Francine Tan Law Corporation (Singapore) and Dennis Cai of DotTrademark (Hong Kong) co-presented at an Asian International Arbitration Centre training in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on November 29. The event focused on the importance of domain names and global trends and issues affecting online businesses. Attendees included in-house counsel, trademark practitioners, and trademark group representatives from throughout Asia.
  • Submissions are now being accepted for the Ladas Memorial Award, an annual award presented in student and professional categories for a paper on trademark law or a matter that directly relates to or affects trademarks. The Award was established in memory of Stephen P. Ladas, a distinguished practitioner and author, and funded by Ladas & Parry LLP. Submissions are due by January 18, 2019. For more information about the award and the official rules, click here.
  • The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) and INTA co- hosted a Congressional Briefing on December 6 with the U.S. Congressional Trademark Caucus to raise awareness of efforts to address counterfeiting, and to provide consumers with tips to safeguard against the purchase of fake products. INTA Senior Director of Government Relations Deborah Cohn (pictured) provided an overview of INTA and introduced fellow speakers, who included special guest Vishal Amin, Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator for the White House.

INTA’s 2019 March Conference to Focus on ‘The Business of Brands’
INTA’s 2019 March Conference: The Business of Brands will take the discussion beyond trademarks and focus on brands from a business perspective. Taking place March 28-29 in New York, New York, this forward-looking conference will provide insights and practical tips to help brand owners, IP practitioners, and business professionals stay ahead of trends and be instrumental in creating the future. Registration is now open. Read more about the March Conference here.

INTA Participates in Training on Domain Name Disputes
INTA members and domain name experts Francine Tan of Francine Tan Law Corporation (Singapore) and Dennis Cai of DotTrademark (Hong Kong) co-presented at an Asian International Arbitration Centre training in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on November 29. The event focused on the importance of domain names and global trends and issues affecting online businesses. Attendees included in-house counsel, trademark practitioners, and trademark group representatives from throughout Asia.

INTA’s 2019 Ladas Memorial Award Competition Is Now Open
Submissions are now being accepted for the Ladas Memorial Award, an annual award presented in student and professional categories for a paper on trademark law or a matter that directly relates to or affects trademarks. The Award was established in memory of Stephen P. Ladas, a distinguished practitioner and author, and funded by Ladas & Parry LLP. Submissions are due by January 18, 2019. For more information about the award and the official rules, click here.

INTA Co-hosts Congressional Briefing to Raise Awareness of Counterfeiting
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) and INTA co- hosted a Congressional Briefing on December 6 with the U.S. Congressional Trademark Caucus to raise awareness of efforts to address counterfeiting, and to provide consumers with tips to safeguard against the purchase of fake products. INTA Senior Director of Government Relations Deborah Cohn (pictured) provided an overview of INTA and introduced fellow speakers, who included special guest Vishal Amin, Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator for the White House.