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IP IN CHINA: Growth & Opportunities for U.S. Companies - OVERVIEW

   April 30, 2013 - Grand Hyatt, New York
   May 2, 2013  - Congress Plaza Hotel, Chicago  



















The 'IP in China' forum provided a unique opportunity to learn from and network with expert US corporate counsel & Chinese IP attorneys conducting a one-off roadshow in the US.

Enabling delegates to effectively and securely grow your business in China, Managing IP brought together leading lawyers from China and from the US to deliver up-to-the-minute insider guidance on:

  • How to ensure high quality and water-tight patent filing
  • Winning in China: How to successfully litigate in patent disputes
  • Brand protection: Trademark filing and litigation in China
  • Tradesecret protection: When rising competition forces you to bring your best assets to China
  • Business culture, partnerships and productive collaborations in China

The IP in China forum allowed delegates to think beyond IP protection and to identify and seize the many opportunities which await in China's increasingly significant economy. Through this vital learning and networking opportunity delegates enhanced their knowledge on how to build their business and IP strategy on a global level. 


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