|Another case to solve ...|
|Almunia: commissioned by Watford FC|
|Remember the good old days,|
when you could still blame
the hardware ...?
Not the only ones. It seems that OHIM is not the only organisation to have a spot of trouble with its website. Today this Kat received the following email from Etienne Sanz de Acedo, the International Trademark Association (INTA) Chief Executive Officer and, incidentally, a former Head of Communications Service at OHIM. He writes:
Dear INTA community,Thanks, Etienne, not just for your apology but for using the word "community". INTA has worked hard to transform itself from a rebadged United States Trademark Association, which is what it was for most of its life, into something that increasingly reflects the interests, the anxieties and the enterprise of an ever-changing world of innovation, enterprise and
Registration for INTA’s 136th Annual Meeting will now open on Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
We apologize for having to postpone registration, which had been scheduled to open today. There are some unforeseen technical problems that must be resolved before registration can be opened. We thank you for your patience.
We will extend the Early Registration Deadline until Friday, March 7, 2014.
We are eagerly looking forward to welcoming you to Hong Kong for INTA’s first Annual Meeting in Asia.
[on which see Norman Siebrasse's comment on this weblog, here], an impressive dissertation penned by katfriend and occasional blog contributor Jani Ihalainen. You can download Jani's dissertation here. This enterprising soul is setting his sights on qualifying for the Canadian bar. If you want to say hello to him, buy him a drink, give him a job, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.