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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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Funders and NPEs say asserting patent portfolios can minimise risk at the USPTO’s PTAB, where procedure remains a controversial topic
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INTA CEO Etienne Sanz de Acedo shares his plans if he were to win the EUIPO leadership race and says his application does not affect his INTA role
The French finance minister told António Campinos the timing of an EPO event in Lisbon could be seen as interference in the EUIPO leadership race