Following last night's exclusive champagne reception and presentations at the Seattle Art Museum, World Trademark Review is delighted to reveal the winners at this year’s WTR Industry Awards. Among those honoured were teams and professionals from Apple, Amazon, Expedia, Google, Harley-Davidson, Netflix, Sandoz International, Superdry and Velcro Companies.
The legs are getting heavier, and the ‘morning after’ headaches more intense, but the World Trademark Review editorial team of have been running between sessions, the exhibition hall, meetings and receptions – with a few stops along the way for some fine Seattle coffee – to bring you the latest stories and insights from Tuesday’s proceedings at the 2018 INTA Annual Meeting.
Alibaba has revealed what it describes as “significant progress” in IP protection in 2017, with data showing significantly faster processing time for takedowns and a 42% decline in notice-and-takedown requests. While the results show that the Chinese marketplace giant is confident that its efforts are garnering positive results, people we spoke still report huge volumes of fakes – with one urging Alibaba to develop an API to allow third-party takedowns.
As well as often being the busiest day for attendees, with proceedings having kicked off on Saturday, the Monday of the INTA Annual Meeting marks the halfway point of the event. Trying to keep up with the rapid pace of activities (and maintain energy levels), the World Trademark Review editorial team presents some of their highlights from the second jam-packed day of the event.
The great and the good of the trademark industry have descended on Seattle for INTA’s 2018 Annual Meeting. The World Trademark Review team is on the ground, and we will be presenting a daily round-up of event highlights and observations. Here’s what caught our attention yesterday and on today’s first full day of proceedings...
The INTA Board of Directors recently approved the creation of a Brand Value Special Task Force. To get the inside track on this new initiative, and explore how brand owners will benefit, we sat down with co-chair Heather Steinmeyer.
The World Trademark Review team has arrived in Seattle for the 2018 Annual Meeting. If you are in town, then visit us in the exhibition hall at stand 213 to meet us, demo the World Trademark Review platform and pick up some of our latest publications.
With the 2018 INTA Annual Meeting in Seattle now in full flow, it’s time to take a deep-dive into the numbers. Will this year’s meeting be the biggest ever in terms of attendance? How many of the world’s leading brands are represented? We dig into the data to find out.
Based on extensive first-hand experience, Seattle-based trademark experts – both working in corporate departments and at law firms – give us the inside track on what to do, see, eat and drink while visiting the Emerald City for this year’s INTA Annual Meeting.
In our latest round-up, we look at a number of trademarks that appear to be related to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the USPTO unveiling a new resource center, a look at Facebook takedown numbers in the second half of 2017, and how the Toys-R-Us brand is now on the market.
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