Recently, US-China trade relations have become more contentious than usual. A core issue is the treatment of intellectual property (IP) owned by a non-Chinese company doing business in China. To make the situation even more complicated, China recently implemented legislative and structural changes in Chinese IP agencies.
Join us on February 13, 2019 at 9:00 am for a three-hour symposium, “Recent IP Developments in China“, organized by the Institute for Intellectual Property in Asia and hosted by the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara Law. Legal experts will explain the changes and what US companies should consider to do business successfully in China.
The agenda and registration link are here. Don’t delay! Space is limited. Attendees can receive up to two hours of general CLE credit for this event.