International Trademark Association (INTA) Law and Legal Definition

The International Trademark Association (INTA) is a worldwide non-profit association of member companies and firms. INTA supports and advances trademarks and intellectual property as elements of fair and effective global commerce. INTA provides services to its members and public. INTA collects and publishes information regarding trademark registrations and cancellations in the world. It provides numerous conferences, forums, roundtables, workshops and e-learning programs that bring trademark professionals together from around the world to discuss trademark issues, Intellectual Property law and practice. Public policy positions and brand owners' rights protection forms part of the association’s functions.