Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Latin America at INTA: do attend if you can

If you are one of the many readers of this weblog who are attending this year's International Trademark Association Meeting in Dallas, don't forget to check out today's Latin America Regional Session, which takes place from 10.15 to 11.30 am. Details are as follows:
Intermediate Level 
This panel will focus on recent case law updates and hot topics in the region.  To ensure the latest information, topics will be selected as the meeting approaches, but might include:
  • Updates on the Madrid Protocol.
  • International Classification of Products.
  • Secondary meaning.
  • Border measures.
  • Trademark notoriety.
Jorge Otamendi, G. Breuer (Argentina) 
Luiz Henrique O. do Amaral, Dannemann Siemsen Bigler & Ipanema Moreira  (Brazil)
Roberto Arochi, Arochi, Marroquin & Lindner, S.C. (Mexico)
Rodrigo Velasco, Alessandri & Compania (Chile)
María del Pilar Troncoso, Troncoso Y Caceres (Dominican Republic)
Full details of this year's INTA programme can be found here.

Do try to attend if you can. The last time this blogger attended, he was saddened that such a lot of hard work had gone into preparing some excellent papers for so small an audience.

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