Arzinger & Partners entered the International Trademark Association

On the 5th of December 2008, Arzinger & Partners became an associated member of the International Trademark Association (INTA).

This is the first organization in the field of intellectual property which Arzinger & Partners has entered. From this moment the law firm will have access to relevant information on intellectual property issues, available only for INTA members. Furthermore, the company will have the opportunity to exchange experience with other members of the association and participate in educational programs.

“From now on Arzinger & Partners is a member of the international community of professionals in the sphere of trademarks protection and development. INTA membership is a unique opportunity of influencing trademark policy all over the world. It is also an important informational resource for the company actively working in the field of intellectual property”, Igor Darmogray, the counsel of Arzinger & Partners, said.

The International Trademark Association (INTA) is a non-commercial organization, which unites the owners of more than 5000 trademarks from 190 countries and professionals, the business activity of which is connected with intellectual property. The Association was founded in 1878. Its purpose is the support and development of trademarks and associated intellectual property as elements of effective national and international trade.