The International Trademark Association is gearing up to push for a model state trademark bill in four states, including California and Texas, after converting three new states in the most recent legislative session.

“California is one of the largest economies in the world; to get the bill passed in that state would be a significant achievement and one we’re working toward quite hard,” said the association’s external relations manager, Michael Heltzer.

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