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Ourso Reappointed to Amicus Committee of the International Trademark Association
February 14, 2008

Baton Rouge intellectual property and litigation partner A. Justin Ourso III has been reappointed to a second two-year term on the U.S. Amicus Subcommittee of the International Amicus Committee of the International Trademark Association (INTA). This committee prepares and submits amicus briefs on behalf of INTA to the U.S. Supreme Court and other U.S. appellate courts. Previously, Mr. Ourso served two two-year terms on the U.S. Legislation Subcommittee of the Legislation & Regulatory Analysis Committee and prior to this served as a chair or a member of other committees and subcommittees of INTA. He also co-chaired INTA’s Trade Dress Forum 2004 in New York City and presented the litigation topic “Enforcing Rights in Trade Dress." Public policy makers rely on INTA's expertise on trademark issues and value the association’s reputation for insightful and reasoned comment. Its broad focus is directed at worldwide trademark policies and practices in both the private and public sectors.