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The followers of Spicy IP may be pleased to know that the International Trademark Association (INTA), that has organized a host of significant and informative discussions and programs in the past (see here, here and here), is coming up with what promises to be yet another relevant and lively discussion on trademark litigation and pre-enforcement strategies in India.
The discussion is scheduled to take place on Saturday, September 10, between 10:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at Season I Hall, Hotel Royal Orchid, No. 1, Golf Avenue, Adjoining KGA Golf Course, Airport Road, Bangalore- 560 008, India.
The discussion promises to be a useful vehicle for networking and trading thoughts with one’s peers, comparing and assimilating new strategies and addressing common issues and challenges facing the trademark and intellectual property community. Among others, IP counsels (in house and independent), business development managers and marketing managers are likely to find it to their benefit, in the form of tips on building a robust enforcement strategy for their brand, getting insights on available legal options in different situations and also analyzing past judicial trends.
The registration fee is US $ 40 per person and includes tea and a buffet luncheon. The fee is nonrefundable upon confirmation of this registration by INTA. (Online credit card payment is the only acceptable method of payment) In case the registrant is unable to the discussion, a substitute may be sent in his/her stead. Reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The standard limit of the session is 30 registrants.
In case of any further comments or queries, readers are requested to get in touch with INTA's India Representative, Simran Daryanani Zainulbhai at email@example.com.
For immediate registration, click here.