Cooley Professor Gerald Tschura Presents at International Trademark Association Annual Meeting
June 12, 2012 - Cooley Law School Professor Gerald Tschura participated in a May 6, 2012, panel presentation to an audience of about 80 U.S. and international adjunct professors of trademark law at the 134th Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA) in Washington D.C.
In addition to Tschura, the panel included Professor Irene Calboli from Marquette University, Professor Susan Montgomery from Northeastern University, Professor Amanda Compton from the Charleston School of Law, and George Schell, in-house counsel from The Coca-Cola Company.
The panelists discussed their experience integrating knowledge from the business or advertising side of trademarks into their trademark law classes.
Professor Tschura also participated as an instructor at the annual meeting's INTA Academic Course on International Trademark Law. The academic course is designed to provide a comparative analysis of trademark law and practice in countries around the world.
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