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Inside INTA 2015: practical takeaways

By Lise Charles, Tim Lince, Trevor Little and Jacob Schindler

World Trademark Review brings you the news and reviews from the key sessions at the International Trademark Association’s annual meeting

With some 9,911 registered delegates (and many other trademark professionals in town, but opting to do business away from the convention centre), the 147th International Trademark Association (INTA) annual meeting was the organisation’s biggest yet. As the host city positively embraced the visiting counsel – “120,000 people come here for Comic Con, but we don’t make nearly this much money,” one taxi driver confided – it was a hectic, yet productive five days for them.

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