Taylor Swift, '.sucks' mischief, plain packaging videogames and Batman: INTA 2016 day one report 23 May 16
Orlando is currently packed to the rafters with trademark lawyers attending INTA’s 2016 Annual Meeting. Over 10,000 are in attendance for this year’s event, and there is a full programme of sessions, table topics and, of course, receptions for attendees to enjoy. We have a full World Trademark Review team on the ground, and you can meet many of them at stand 1415-1417 in the exhibition hall. Reporters Tim Lince (TL), Jacob Schindler (JS) and Cassie Lam (CL) present some of their highlights from the first full day of the event, while Lam also provides her insights as someone attending the INTA Annual Meeting for the very first time…
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