The International Trademark Association recently announced the release of a special issue of its publication, the Trademark Reporter, in honor of the journal's 100-year anniversary.
The Trademark Reporter was first published in 1911, as a publication that reported new trademark decisions. Over the years, the publication evolved into a law journal that is widely regarded as an important forum for scholarly work on intellectual property.
The 100-year anniversary special issue will include information about the century's most significant intellectual property and trademark issues.
Lanning Bryer, editor in chief of the Trademark Reporter, said the publication's producers felt "pride" in its "continuous level of excellence." According to Bryer, "the Trademark Reporter has educated practitioners and the public in the research and understanding of trademark law around the world. And because of our rigorous editorial process, we have assured the publication of the highest caliber of scholarly articles that our readers have come to expect.”
The INTA will hold a reception to celebrate the centenary at the association's 133rd annual meeting, which is set to take place from May 14 to 18 in San Francisco, California.