On July 5, 1946, President Harry S. Truman signed the Lanham Trademark Act, the law that guides and informs so much of the work we intellectual property lawyers do every day to protect the brands and reputations of American businesses. But what many lawyers don’t know is the Lanham Act was spearheaded by Fort Worth Congressman Fritz G. Lanham.
In celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Lanham Act, the Texas Intellectual Property Law Foundation commissioned a beautiful commemorative limited edition book about this important milestone in trademark protection. The IP Section is pleased to offer its members this commemorative book at a special discount price of $38 plus shipping and handling. Due to the book’s limited edition, you are encouraged to pre-purchase the book now to distribute to your team, colleagues and clients. To order your copy now, please click here.
Books will be shipped after they have been printed, which is scheduled for late May 2021 just in time for the 75th Anniversary Celebration at the State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting in Fort Worth, Texas.
All sales proceeds from the book will fund a diversity scholarship program sponsored by the Texas Intellectual Property Law Foundation in Congressman Fritz G. Lanham’s honor.