2021 INTA PAC Leadership Meeting Reception

May 05, 2021

Virtual | May 5, 2021

The INTA PAC Board of Governors will be hosting a virtual reception at the 2021 Leadership Meeting on May 5, 2021 from 5:00-6:30 pm (EDT). This reception is a bipartisan fundraiser for INTA PAC and is not a personal fundraiser for any candidate. Michael Moore, INTA PAC Board Chair, and Jenny McDowell, INTA’s Director of Government Relations, are pleased to invite you to this event.

You must be registered for the 2021 Leadership Meeting in order to register for the INTA PAC reception.  The deadline for registration for both the 2021 Leadership Meeting and the INTA PAC Reception is April 28.

We hope that you can join us.  If you are unable to participate on May 5, 2021, you may attend a different PAC reception within the next year; however, no refunds will be issued for the PAC reception donation.

A minimum donation of US $200 to INTA PAC will be requested at the time of registration, unless you are a member of the Capitol Club. Find more information on Capitol Club benefits.

This information is not intended to be a solicitation of contributions from foreign (i.e., non-U.S.) nationals. Federal law prohibits INTA PAC from soliciting or accepting contributions from foreign nationals. All contributions must be made from personal funds or non-corporate INTA member firm accounts and may not be reimbursed from corporate funds. To review eligibility rules for contributing to INTA PAC and to obtain a prior approval form for corporate members, visit the INTA PAC page.

Guest Speaker: Congressman Hank Johnson (D-GA-4th)

Serving his seventh term in the U.S. House of Representatives from Georgia’s Fourth Congressional District, Congressman Hank Johnson chairs the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet. In addition to having jurisdiction over trademark law, the subcommittee has jurisdiction over administration of U.S. Courts, federal rules of evidence, civil and appellate procedure, judicial ethics, patent law, information technology, and the Internet. Considered one of the most effective Democrats in Congress, Chairman Johnson practiced criminal law and served as a magistrate judge and a county commissioner before serving in Congress.