2018 Leadership Meeting: INTA Influencers
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INTA’s experienced leaders, Rudy Gaines, Gustavo Giay, and Marion Heathcote, share their insights and stories.
- Emotional Quotient (EQ) and Emotional Intelligence (EI): The IQ of the Future
- INTA Core Values: Taking your Career to the Next Level
- More than Footprints: Utilizing the Power of INTA to Effect Positive Change
Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP (United States)
Rudy works with Womble attorneys to help them get the best and most out of their practices. An intuitive business developer who uses creative yet critical thinking to move the ball, Rudy regards empathy and emotional intel as an essential in the hyper-communicative world of business. Instinctive leader, team player and comfortable one-on-one or vastly outnumbered. A natural public speaker Rudy believes humor, irony and good conversations help build better business relationships.
Gustavo P. Giay
Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal (Argentina)
Gustavo Giay is a member of Estudio Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal since 1995, and a partner since 2003. He works in the Industrial Property Litigation Department, being in charge of trademark and copyright issues. In addition, he has successfully performed legal actions against trademark piracy in defense of the holders of industrial property rights.
He has extensive experience in advising companies and individuals in matters related to industrial property, in particular contractual aspects. It also provides advice on issues related to the Internet and new technologies, advising on contractual and legal issues.
Dr. Giay is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires and has obtained the title of Lawyer with orientation in the economic-business area in 1994.
Davies Collison Cave (Australia)
Marion’s major area of practice is in Trade Mark law where she has extensive experience in strategically advising on international trade mark portfolio management and protection particularly within the Asia Pacific region. She also has particular knowledge in relation to geographical indications. Marion has also completed the WIPO Academy’s Advanced Course on Intellectual Property, Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Expressions.