Former president of INTA

Anne Gundelfinger began her career at the Federal Trade Commission before joining Fenwick & West, specialising in antitrust and intellectual property.  In 1992 she became director of trademarks at Sun Microsystems and went on to join Intel in 1997, where she served in various roles including director of trademarks, vice president for sales and marketing legal affairs and vice president for global public policy. Gundelfinger is currently vice president for intellectual property at Swarovski.

Gundelfinger served on INTA’s Board of Directors from 1996 to 2006, and as its president in 2005.  She chaired the Coalition for Intellectual Property Rights from 2006-2008. Gundelfinger has testified before Congress on intellectual property, has co-authored amicus curiae briefs before the US Supreme Court and is a frequent speaker on intellectual property. She was a contributing drafter of the Federal Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2006.  In 2005 Managing Intellectual Property selected her as one of the world’s 50 most influential people in intellectual property.