Last week, we teamed up with Wolters Kluwer to hold an event at the INTA annual meeting in Boston. The event was held at GrandTen Distilling, along with some delicious tacos from Taco Party Truck. Thanks to everyone who came out and made it such a wonderful event! Check out some of the photos from the event below.
Recently, my wife and I welcomed a baby girl. As I started thinking about her future, I couldn’t help but think about what technology tools will be available for the next generation of IP professionals.
Nehal Madhani, Alt Legal's founder and CEO, and Hannah Samendinger, Alt Legal's GC, will both be speaking at the Career Development Day at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association in Seattle.
- Dunkin' doesn't want the North runnin' on anything but their coffee.
- The gummy bear uprising is a sticky topic.
- Mister Softee is a staple of NYC streets in the summer. They are also the center of an unbelievably heated turf war, including trademark disputes.
Alt Legal, a leading intellectual property (IP) docketing software company, will preview two major new features at next week’s 2017 International Trademark Association Annual Meeting (INTA) in Barcelona, Spain.
If you're wondering what kind of shindigs are happening around INTA, you're in luck. Welcome to your one-stop guide to all the best events happening around INTA 2017! Our CEO, Legal Product Manager, and others from the Alt Legal team will be available at booth D84 & 86 to chat. If you'd like to secure a time, feel free to schedule your demo here.
The 9th Circuit reversed a federal judge who had found that content streamers could be "cable system" eligible for compulsory licenses.
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.
Waymo, operated by Google's parent company Alphabet, is suing Uber and its subsidiary Otto over the alleged digital theft of IP (14,000 confidential files to be exact).
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: