Alt Legal is thrilled to announce that it is sponsoring "On Your Marks: Frontline Issues in Trademark and Advertising Law," a professional development and CLE program by the New York City Bar Association. The program is on Monday, April 24, 2017 from 9 am to 5 pm.
Benvinguts a Barcelona! INTA’s 2017 annual conference will take place from May 20-24 in Barcelona, the cosmopolitan Catalonian capital. With over 9,000 attendees already registered, the event is sure to be another excellent networking opportunity. Our CEO, our legal product manager, and others from Alt Legal will be at booth D84/86.
Alt Legal is one of twelve companies named in the American Bar Association's Techshow Startup Alley competition.
At the Florida Bar InSession event, Alt Legal founder and CEO Nehal Madhani gave a talk on leveraging technology in legal practices. The talk an overview of different types of technology—from billing and practice management software to government APIs—and explains how lawyers can use the technologies to make their practices more effective and efficient.
One lucky lawyer walked away from this year’s InternationalTrademark Association’s Annual Meeting with a free, one-year subscription to Alt Legal’s cloud-based IP filing software. In a random drawing of business cards, we selected Paul D. Supnik, a copyright, trademark, and entertainment attorney in Beverly Hills.
We're excited to unveil our new and improved TTAB and international docketing tools at INTA Orlando. See our official announcement is below!
We'll be demonstrating our latest features and integrations at INTA's 2016 Annual Meeting in Orlando. Schedule your demo here.
This month, I had the opportunity to attend the International Trademark Association annual conference in Hong Kong. For those of you not familiar with the annual INTA conference, it's a five-day event with over 8,000 international IP professionals, complete with educational sessions, networking events, and exhibitors. Perhaps most interesting for the team at Plainlegal was the USPTO's User Meeting with Deborah Cohn (the USPTO Commissioner for Trademarks), Sharon Marsh (the USPTO Deputy Commissioner for Trademark Examination), and Mary Denison (the USPTO Deputy Commissioner for Trademark Operations). Here are the highlights from the talk: