INTA 2024-2025 Committees

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INTA 2024-2025 Committees

Six of Eproint's team members have been chosen to serve on committees for the International Trademark Association (INTA) during the 2024-2025 term.

Every two years, INTA selects members from across the globe to join these committees, where they collaborate on strategic objectives pertaining to matters concerning brands and Intellectual Property on a global scale.

"Participation in these events presents an extraordinary opportunity for us to conduct research, gain knowledge, and acquire valuable tools that enable us to consistently deliver the highest level of service to our clients," Eproint stated in a press release.

Among the six team members are Edy Portal and Rodrigo Velasco, who will serve on the Anticounterfeiting Committee and the Young Practitioners Committee.

The Anticounterfeiting Committee is dedicated to the enforcement of anticounterfeiting procedures worldwide. The Committee evaluates treaties, laws, and regulations related to anticounterfeiting and enforcement, develops and advocates for strong policies to protect against infringement, and promotes enforcement education.

The Young Practitioners Committee develops services and programs specifically for young practitioners working in intellectual property and trademark law. Committee work includes developing and reviewing course materials and other content, identifying speakers and moderators for educational events, and implementing programs.


Whether your company is big or small, at Eproint you are our priority and we can take care of everything regarding legal processes to create and protect your brands, and provide you with an Intellectual Property strategy to achieve your goals.

In El Salvador, Practice Head Edy Guadalupe Portal is a partner at Eproint and has more than 25 years of experience in Intellectual Property. Since 1995, she has been recognized as the Salvadoran voice of Intellectual Property protection for always informing the IP community about changes to IP law and international treaties.

During her career, Mrs. Portal has helped numerous international law firms and in-house counsel with all facets of their IP matters in El Salvador and Central America. Her extensive practice includes work in trademarks, patents, industrial designs, utility models, copyrights, unfair competition, foreign investment, regulatory law/health registrations, licensing, franchising, appellations of origin, geographical indications, IP litigation, fashion law, new technologies, data privacy, cybersecurity, domain names, entertainment law, advertisement law, trade secrets, valuation of intangibles, and IP due diligence. She is also recognized for the great anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting results she has delivered for her clients. She also helps coordinate Latin America Intellectual Property Protection for the firm.

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