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Managing IP at the INTA Annual Meeting

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Fourteen of our team will be in Orlando for the INTA Annual Meeting starting this Saturday, so please do come and visit us at our booth #207, read the INTA Daily News and say hello if you see us around

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For the 14th year running, we will be publishing the INTA Daily News, packed with reports, interviews and photos from the Annual Meeting and available each morning from Saturday to Wednesday. Pick up your daily copy in the Convention Center or read it online (PDF). Copies will be available at our booth in the Exhibition Hall (#207) where you can also collect the latest issue of Managing IP magazine, our just-published IP Stars – Trade Mark & Copyright and IP Stars – US handbooks and numerous other supplements.

This year we are also launching our IP Stars Trading Cards, featuring IP practitioners who are listed as IP Stars. Pick yours up at our stand and trade them with others at the Annual Meeting or on social media using #IPStarsTCards.

For more information about our activities, follow us on Twitter: @managingip and @IP_Stars.

Our team of 14 comprises:


James Nurton (London)

Michael Loney (New York)

Kingsley Egbuonu (London)

Natalie Rahhal (New York)

Luca Ercolani (London)

Jakob Schnaidt (New York)


Tom St Denis (New York)

Alissa Rozen (New York)

Matt Siu (Hong Kong)

Nick Heath (London)

Amir Hezareh (London)


Roxanne Speight (London)


Leanne Fitzpatrick (London)

Linda Kugblenu (New York)

Please contact the relevant person listed above if you would like more information on any of our activities or to schedule a face-to-face meeting.

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