Dancing to a Different Tune Webcast Series
There is no doubt that the past year and a half has affected all of us both professionally and personally, as the response to COVID-19 has forced us to adjust and pivot in ways many of us had never experienced before. The trademark world and its legal professionals have not been immune to these changes and have been forced to adapt as well.
Dancing to a Different Tune: Everything Has Changed (Technology)
As recurring lockdowns have forced companies to move a large part of their business operations online, challenges of enforcement in the online environment have become even more relevant. This session will take a detailed look at these challenges from both a proactive and reactive perspective.
What are NFTs and the IP Issues Surrounding Them?
NFTs—or non-fungible tokens—have seemingly come from out of nowhere and exploded on the Internet. Described as a "slam dunk in the world of sports," "shaking up the art world," and the "Music Biz's Wild West," NFTs are taking the world by storm.
Managing Through and Out of Covid-19: Was Our Crystal Ball Right?
In 2020, INTA’s Law Firm Committee hosted a webcast with attorneys in management positions to discuss the impact of the pandemic on our businesses and offered predictions for what 2021 would be like. How much did we get right?
Leadership at Your Level: Keep Calm and Carry On
Deadlines, projects, and responsibilities can result in stress for both supervisors and reporting employees. Join this session to learn from leadership expert Amanda Bell as she and the panel explore some demanding workplace scenarios and review how courage and competency can help manage those stressful situations.
LEAD: Leadership Through Disruptive Times
Each business may be faced with disruptive challenges. The automotive industry is experiencing significant and fast-paced change through improvements in autonomous driving, electric cars, and hydrogen fuel. The Cryptocurrency market is shaping the future of how we make and accept payments. Leading effectively through changing times takes strategy, adaptability, and guts.
Domain Name Enforcement: Present and Future
Several factors have converged to drive a dramatic increase in Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) filings. The large-scale redaction of domain-name registrant data, increases in the number of malicious actors due to COVID-related unemployment, and the unprecedented acceleration of e-commerce adoption have all played a part in driving a record increase in UDRP case filings.
Franchise Laws and Your Trademark Practice: What Every Trademark Attorney Needs to Know
Did you know that a trademark license could also be a franchise governed by franchise laws? This webcast will guide trademark attorneys and other brand professionals through state/provincial franchising laws and trademark laws in the United States and Canada.
Enforcement of IP Rights in Africa Webcast Series
Africa and its growing middle class remain a center of attention for Intellectual Property (IP) right-holders and their representatives. Enhanced dialogue is needed involving all stakeholders in Africa on the enforcement of IP rights. With this web series we will be fostering learning and dialogue on IP enforcement issues.
Session 6: Local Initiatives, Coordination of Cross-Border IP Enforcement Measures, and International Support Measures Available in Africa
The protection and enforcement of IP rights in Africa are rapidly evolving with both locally and internationally driven initiatives that are helping to increase awareness as to the importance and benefits of IP rights in Africa. (This is part of the Enforcement of IP Rights in Africa Webcast Series. You may purchase a single session or the whole series.)
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