Recommended Reading: 100th Anniversary Issue of The Trademark Reporter
INTA has just published its 100th Anniversary Issue of The Trademark Reporter. [Press release here]. The Table of Contents for the centennial issue (January-February 2011, Vol. 101, No. 1) is set out below. Members of INTA may download the articles from the INTA website.
By Gerhard R. Bauer, Alan C. Drewsen, and Lanning G. Bryer
- Reflections of Former Editors-in-Chief/Editors Since 1911
- History of The Trademark Reporter (reprint)/A New Century Begins (update)
By Miles J. Alexander and Daniel R. Bereskin/Update by Clifford W. Browning
- Editor's Note
By Sandra Edelman
- The Next 100 Years--What Will It Be Like in 2078 AD? (reprint)
By Sidney A. Diamond
- The Trademark Reporter as Catalyst
By Jerre B. Swann
- Global Registration--Where Are We Now?
By Ruth Annand and Leone Kemp
- Sidney Diamond's Predictions Regarding the Development of International Trademark Systems
By Janet L. Hoffman
- Predicting the Future of U.S. Trademark Law in 1978: A Promise Fulfilled on Intent-to-Use Applications
By Sandra Edelman
- A Century of Supreme Court Trademark Law
By Edward Vassallo and Kristin B. Hogan
- Trademark Functions and Protected Interests in the Decisions of the European Court of Justice
By Pier Luigi Roncaglia and Giulio Enrico Sironi
- Getting Real With Nontraditional Trademarks: What's Next After Red Oven Knobs, the Sound of Burning Methamphetamine, and Goats on a Grass Roof?
By Anne Gilson LaLonde and Jerome Gilson
- One Perspective on Anti-Counterfeiting: From T-Shirts in the Basement to Global Trade
By Harley I. Lewin
- Notice and Takedown for Trademarks
By Frederick W. Mostert and Martin B. Schwimmer
- Trademarks in the Veldt: Do Virtual Lawyers Dream of Electric Trademarks?
By Theodore C. Max