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INTA 2017: Building a Winning Strategy in Emerging Markets

International24-05-2017

Representatives from three emerging markets provided an update on trademark litigation and how best to navigate their systems.

INTA 2017: Reasons For Refusal Under The Madrid System

International24-05-2017

INTA registrants had the opportunity to hear WIPO presenters provide an overview of Madrid System and Hague System developments.

M&A Deals: IP Shifts to the Center

International24-05-2017

The importance of intellectual property has grown substantially in mergers and acquisitions transactions, and early involvement of IP lawyers in a potential deal has become essential, Annual Meeting registrants learned yesterday.

AB InBev: Keeping a Clear Head

International24-05-2017

International brewer AB InBev requires clear documentation of trademark rights when buying or merging with another company, as Associate General Counsel Jeremy Roe tells Ed Conlon.

Looking Ahead to the 2018 Annual Meeting

International24-05-2017

Seattle will host the 140th INTA Annual Meeting in 2018, and as the Co-Chairs, Dr. Axel Nordemann and Dana Northcott explain to Naomi Jeffreys, there is much to look forward to.

Visit the Pro Bono Clearinghouse!

International24-05-2017

Today is the last day to visit the Pro Bono Clearinghouse Information Booth—located at the INTA Information Booth in Hall 8—to learn more about INTA’s recently established Pro Bono Clearinghouse.

Lunch and Learn: How to Be a Creative IP Lawyer

International24-05-2017Christian Wuestner

Anyone can learn to be innovative in their job, and there are techniques to facilitate the process.

Trademarks in South Korea: Making Life Easier

Korea, South Korea24-05-2017

Through assisting trademark owners and working with neighboring IP Offices, the Korean Intellectual Property Office is working hard to make the country’s trademark system a better place, as Director General Choi Gyuwan of the Trademark and Design Examination Bureau tells Uldduz Larki.

Mary Boney Denison: Hitting Targets and Tackling Dead Wood

International24-05-2017Sarah Morgan

Mary Boney Denison, Commissioner for Trademarks at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, must stay on top of targets, keep customers happy, fight fraud, and root out the dead wood, as she told Sarah Morgan.

General Mills: A Household Name

International, US24-05-2017

While trademarks and trade dress are important for protecting General Mills’ many food products, brand value itself goes deeper than just a legal registration. Josh Burke, senior IP counsel, talks to Ed Conlon about protecting rights and keeping consumers happy.

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