Conference

Stibbe attends INTA’s Annual Meeting in Orlando

Stibbe attends INTA’s Annual Meeting in Orlando

Stibbe attends INTA’s Annual Meeting in Orlando

21.05.2016

The International Trademark Association organises its Annual Meeting from 21 to 25 May 2016. This year’s edition takes place in Orlando, and a team from Stibbe’s offices worldwide attends this Conference.

The following lawyers represent Stibbe at the Conference: Ignace Vernimme (Brussels office), Janna van Olst (Amsterdam office), and Nicolas van Heule (New York office).

For more information about the meeting, please click here.
 

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