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With thousands of IP lawyers set to descend on San Diego for INTA’s annual conference between May 2 and 6, WIPR offers some light-hearted tips on how to survive at the meeting.
Dealing with slow wifi can be like pulling teeth at the best of times, and WIPR has found at the previous two annual conferences of the International Trademark Association (INTA) that a patchy internet connection can be troublesome. But as it’s based in California, home to some of the world’s biggest tech companies including Google and Apple, we hope San Diego offers an easier ride for attendees. Having said that, with so much demand for internet use, be prepared for even minor delays.
Top tip: take a dongle (does anyone actually use them?)
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