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  • The Plan is new, but many students, especially INTA majors, are expected to opt for the IP designation and will need opportunities to go abroad.

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • At least it keeps INTA from running to Congress with a 200-page wish list that would be opposed by the ACLU, Public Citizen, automobile insurers and nobody else.

    AALS Section on Intellectual Property, part four

  • The INTA wish list for dilution contains some major cutbacks in the scope of the right.

    AALS Section on Intellectual Property, part four

  • My reaction is that INTA may have reached equipoise, at least with respect to rights granted against competitors if not rights granted against artists, critics and the like.

    AALS Section on Intellectual Property, part four

  • All IP, All the Time INTA has posted a helpful collection of IP law resources on the web. posted by nerdlaw. org at

    nerdlaw.org

  • (INTA), a trade association of leading trademark owners with over 3,600 members from 120 countries.

    Chasser Named Assistant Commissioner At Commerce Department

  • In a statement released at its New York headquarters, INTA said the decision also would not serve to alleviate the friction that existed between the United States and South Africa regarding South

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • INTA, which has existed since 1878 and today claims 3000 members in 112 countries, warned that the court ruling would not serve to inspire the owners of trademarks and intellectual property in South Africa.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • INTA said the decision was inconsistent with the major trend in common-law countries to provide protection for trademarks that had acquired a reputation or were well known in local jurisdictions, even without any local business activity.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • INTA cited a number of court decisions reflecting this trend, among them Whirlpool in India, Orkin in Canada, Midas International in New Zealand and Marks and Spencer in Zimbabwe.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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