Yesterday in Seattle — where nearly 11,000, sleepless, brand protection, trademark, and IP professionals from 150 countries have registered and converged for INTA’s 140th Annual Meeting — yours truly had the distinct pleasure of sharing some thoughts on the intersection between federal trademark registration and Free Speech. Here are some before, during and after pics:
Message to Daniel Snyder: “You cannot force honor on someone.”
Interpreting USPTO: “They said we were too Asian!”
The Tam case never should have been decided on Constitutional grounds!
Great questions from the engaged crowd, wish there had been much more time!
What were your highlights from the panel discussion?
UPDATE: Simon Tam, writing about Paper Justice, here.