On Demand Webcasts
Hear from some of INTA’s experienced leaders as they share personal stories about their careers, experiences, and interests beyond trademarks. These concise and compelling talks on topics that are meaningful to them will motivate and inspire your own personal and professional growth.
Procedimientos Amicus Curiae en Latinoamérica en relación a disputas de Propiedad Industrial. ¿Un amigo de la Corte?
Con el fin de discutir la eficacia y pertinencia actual de esta institución jurídica, dos panelistas calificados compartirán sus perspectivas sobre ella y su relevancia en el contexto de las controversias que surgen en relación con la Propiedad Industrial.
California’s Privacy Law Changes and Its Impact on Brands
Hear from experienced trademark and privacy practitioners as they detail the pros and cons of the new law and explore potential amendments.
The New WHOIS: Prepare for Sweeping Changes to the Domain Database
This lively and timely webcast addresses what INTA members need to know about the coming changes to the WHOIS domain name registrant database. ICANN is under pressure to change its current policy due to the implementation of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The ICANN proposed interim model for compliance could potentially have the WHOIS system “go dark” on May 25th, 2018. What is the interim proposal? How will it change trademark enforcement practice? What is INTA doing about it? What can you do about it?
2018 Brands and Innovation Conference (Full Meeting)
Join the International Trademark Association (INTA) streaming live from New York on March 19 for the 2018 Brands and Innovation conference, where leading business and legal experts will discuss the impact of innovation on brands and provide practical tips that will help attendees successfully navigate and harness new innovations to benefit products, services, brands, consumers and their own day-to-day jobs. In addition to 4 live streaming sessions on Monday, March 19, this product includes on-demand recordings of the entire 2-day conference.
Nontraditional Trademark Administrators (TMAs) Career Paths
This webcast will showcase career paths of high-achieving trademark administrators of different backgrounds, and will provide tips for successful career development.
Practical Considerations in Improving Your Trademark Litigation Practice
Presented by INTA’s Law Firm Committee, this webcast will focus on a variety of litigation-related topics.
U.S. Anticounterfeiting Resources: How Brand Owners Work with the Recordation System and Centers of Excellence
This webcast will provide an overview about the Centers of Excellence and Expertise (CEE) and will detail how brand owners can collaborate with these centers in their anticounterfeiting efforts. Speakers will provide a presentation on the activities and objectives of the Pharmaceuticals, Health & Chemicals CEE and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Recordation System. Additionally, the webcast will have a detailed case study that demonstrates best practices collaboration between the Pharmaceutical CEE and an industry brand owner.
The Mediation Toolbox: Best Practices in Mediation for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa--How to Avoid Throwing a Monkey Wrench into the Works
The webcast will review the availability of mediation in several geographic regions including Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Navigating an EU Application for Action
The European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, based at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), created the Enforcement Database (EDB) as a free, multilingual, and secure information exchange system.
Anticounterfeiting Resources: Recordation Tools for Brand Owners
A valuable anticounterfeiting tool is customs recordation systems. INTA believes that these systems are a basic need for customs officials to easily identify counterfeit goods. The ability to record trademark rights, methods of identification of genuine goods, and contact information of the brand owners will make it easier for customs officials to work with the private industry to protect their borders.