BOSTON—More than 11,000 brand owners, attorneys and trademark professionals from across the globe assembled in Boston May 18-22—and Womble Bond Dickinson was in the thick of the action.
The firm hosted several events in conjunction with the International Trademark Association (INTA) Annual Meeting. On May 19, the firm hosted an evening reception at the Envoy Hotel Rooftop, which overlooks historic Boston Harbor. The event drew more than 150 attendees.
Then, on May 22, the firm welcomed guests to a luncheon at the Yard House followed by a visit to Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. The luncheon featured a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who spoke about the $500 Million art theft that took place at the museum in 1990. The heist, which included works by Rembrandt, Degas and Manet, is the largest art theft in recorded history.
Attorneys and staff from multiple Womble Bond Dickinson offices in the US and UK represented the firm at the INTA Annual Meeting and related events. Firm attendees included attorneys David Boaz, Peter Bromaghim, Patrick Cantrill, John Cox, Evan Fultz, Barry Herman, Eric Hyman, Jennifer Itzkoff, Sarah Keefe, Laura Kees, Jack Penny, Rose Smalley, Randy Springer, Lester Vincent, Jake Wharton and Jeffrey Whittle, paralegal Alice Rogers, Boston Office Director of Administration Maryanne Interbartolo, Director of Client Service Rudy Gaines and Director of Marketing & Client Resources Kay Newman.
Womble Bond Dickinson’s Trademarks and Brand Management Team has a long association with the INTA. Sarah Keefe and Randy Springer lead that team.