IP office workshop launched

In a new initiative at this year’s Annual Meeting, INTA is hosting a series of panels for IP offices, all of which take place today. The workshop will provide representatives of many offices—both regional and national, big and small—with an opportunity to compare best practices, share challenges and learn from each other.

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Mediation in practice

A formidable panel of trademark experts took the stage for Sunday’s mock mediation session. On one side were Miles J. Alexander of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton in the U.S. and Daniel R. Bereskin of Bereskin & Parr in Canada. Opposing them were Louis T. Pirkey of Pirkey Barber and Lori A. Ball of Molson Coors. Driving the parties towards an agreement was moderator Leslie J. Lott of Lott & Fischer in the U.S.

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Protecting IP in a 3D printed future

3D printing might just change everything. At least John Hornick, who leads Finnegan’s 3D printing working group and wrote 3D Printing Will Rock the World, certainly thinks so. Introduced by Bracewell Giuliani’s Erin Hennessy, Hornick spoke to INTA registrants yesterday morning about the dramatic consequences he believes the proliferation of 3D printing could have for intellectual property.

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