The International Trademark Association (INTA) has told World Trademark Review that it will be following up on complaints made by members following Wednesday evening’s grand finale of the INTA Annual Meeting. The confirmation came after a number of members voiced concerns about overcrowding, with one delegate reporting that her guests were refused entry to the gala despite paying for guest tickets.

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RE: INTA pledges to investigate complaints over grand finale overcrowding and attendees being refused entry

Agree. I bought two guest tix at vast expense for my two teenagers and we ended up having to leave when we had to stand in line just get into an overcrowded restaurant.im going to ask for a refund of the guest tix aT least.

Janet F Satterthwaite, Potomac Law Group PLLC on 26 May 2017 @ 16:31

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