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Trademark Surveys, AI, and Lobsters: Thank You for Joining AMS at the 2024 INTA Annual Meeting

Applied Marketing Science, Inc. (AMS) recently participated in the 2024 International Trademark Association (INTA) Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, as an exhibitor and sponsor. AMS Principal and Practice Lead Jason Och also led a Table Topic discussion during the Annual Meeting titled, “Exploring the Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI), such as ChatGPT, in Consumer Surveys for IP Litigation.” 

Our team was pleased to connect with attorneys, practitioners, and industry experts from around the world throughout the Annual Meeting. If you stopped by our booth, we hope you were able to spin our prize wheel, possibly winning our popular New England lobster plush toy, and had a chance to learn more about what we do. 

The AMS Litigation Support Practice provides survey evidence and expert witness testimony for complex legal matters related to trademark and trade dress infringement, class action matters, false and deceptive advertising, and more.  

We look forward to participating in the INTA 2025 Annual Meeting in San Diego, California, and we hope to see you there. If you have any questions about survey evidence or expert witness testimony for litigation, please reach out to Jason Och: 

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About Applied Marketing Science (AMS)  

Applied Marketing Science, Inc. (AMS) has over 30 years of experience conducting consumer litigation surveys for complex legal matters related to trademark and trade dress infringement, class action matters, false and deceptive advertising, and more. AMS is a trusted source of survey design, data analysis, and expert testimony. Our trademark survey experts have a strong understanding of the legal standards for survey research in both Lanham Act litigation and TTAB proceedings, including trademark and trade dress infringement cases involving likelihood of confusion, secondary meaning, genericness, dilution, and more. 

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