Pre-Annual Meeting Receptions
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Pre-Annual Meeting Receptions

INTA thanks the firms that hosted pre-Annual Meeting receptions. These were held in: Beijing (hosted by Unitalen), Brussels, Los Angeles (Zuber & Taillieu), Miami (Foley & Lardner), Quito (Falconi Puiq, Abogados), San Francisco (Harvey Siskind) Warsaw (LDS Laweszki Depo & Partners and Polservice), Madrid (J&A Garrigues, S.L.P.), Moscow (Gowlings), Munich (Grünecker Kinkeldey Stockmair & Schwanhäusser), New Delhi (Ranjan Narula Associates), New York, Paris (SBKG & Associés), Seoul (DW Partners), South Africa (Spoor & Fisher) and Zeist (Netherlands-De Gier Stam & Advocaten).

INTA also held an Annual Meeting Registration Raffle, in which winners were drawn from among all attendees of the Pre-Annual Meeting Receptions. Prizes included five free Annual Meetings registrations and three free Table Topics registrations. 


Free Annual Meeting Registration Winners

Biju Nambia – ANA Law Group, Mumbai, India

Roberto Castaneda – Dumont Bergman Bider, Mexico D.F., Mexico

Nils Burglen – Diehl & Partner, Munich, Germany

Brendan P. McFeely – Kane Kessler, P.C., New York, New York, USA

Rick Cho – LG Electronics, Seoul, Korea


Free Table Topic Winners

Elisa Arsuaga – Santos Propiedad Industrial S.L., Madrid, Spain

Aurelia J. Schultz – Creative Commons, San Francisco, California, USA

Likonelo Magugula – Deneys Reitz, Johannesburg, South Africa

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