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Goodsill’s Martin Loui on International Trademark Association Committee

Mar 1, 2012

(Honolulu, Hawai‘i — March 1, 2012) — Martin S. Loui, Goodsill’s intellectual property counsel, now serves on the sub-committee of the International Trademark Association (INTA) that oversees the protection and enforcement of non-traditional trademarks (NTMs).  These marks include sound, color, taste, texture, trade dress, movement, gesture and others, as well as emerging non-traditional marks.  The subcommittee will evaluate laws, treaties and procedures concerning the protection of these marks worldwide to enable the development and advocacy of policies that advance protections in a balanced manner.

Goodsill is pleased to be an associate member of INTA, a not-for-profit organization that facilitates the support and advancement of trademarks and related intellectual property concepts.  INTA has more than 5,900 members spanning over 190 countries and comprising owners of trademarks, law firms, and other professionals engaged in the creation, protection and enforcement of trademarks.

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