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MARQUES Annual Conference 2019

September 17, 2019
Dublin, Ireland

Michelle Ciotola, Tom Mango, and Ali Caless will attend The MARQUES 33rd Annual Conference that takes place on September 17-19, 2019 in Dublin, Ireland. This year's conference theme is "Brands Confronting Change." 

As Partner and Vice Chair of the Trademark & Copyright Department of Cantor Colburn, Michelle Ciotola concentrates her practice on counseling, protecting and enforcing trademark, trade dress, copyright, and related intellectual property rights, as well as counseling clients in unfair competition, Internet, advertising, and promotions law. Michelle attends and speaks at the world’s leading trademark industry association gatherings in addition to MARQUES, including the International Trademark Association (INTA), the European brand owner association, European Communities Trade Mark Association (ECTA) and the Asociancion InterAmericana de la Propriedad Intelectual (ASIPI). 

Tom Mango is a litigator with more than 20 years of experience handling intellectual property, unfair competition, and complex commercial litigation for both national and international clients across a wide variety of industries.  His practice focuses on all aspects of opposition and cancellation proceedings at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, trademark litigation in federal courts throughout the U.S., and global and/or complex trademark disputes.  He also counsels clients regarding trademark portfolio protection, enforcement strategies, claim avoidance, and risk management.

Ali Caless assists clients with trademark clearance, prosecution, monitoring, and enforcement.  She advises clients in both U.S. and foreign portfolio development and management. Ali is involved in drafting settlement agreements to resolve trademark disputes. She also provides assistance with other intellectual property agreements including assignments, licenses, and consent agreements. Ali also has experience in copyright matters and domain name disputes, including arbitrations under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy.

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