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IP IN CHINA: Growth & Opportunities for U.S. companies - PRESENTATIONS

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



















NEW YORK:

Opening plenary debate: Where are things really at in terms of IPprotection in China now?

Andrew Hirsch
, Fuelcor
Qinghong Xu, Lung Tin
Michelle Ma, Liu Shen
Guoxu Yang, CCPIT
Steven Duke, US Consulate General Shanghai
Frederick Koenig III, SIPO/US Bar Liaison Council


Brand protection in China: Recent cases

Ron Davis
, Qualcomm Inc
Deland Wu, Lung Tin
Stephen Zou, Lung Tin
Qinghong Xu, Lung Tin

Keynote address
Commissioner Bruce Lehman, IIPI

Filing patents in China: Practical Guide

Mony R. Ghose
, Becton, Dickinson & Company
Allen Tao, Liu Shen & Associates

Litigating in China: Practical Guide

Jeffrey Telep
, King & Spalding
Steven Adkins, Allen & Overy
Guoxu Yang & Deqiang Zhu, CCPIT

Interactive roundtable: Business culture in China

Gene Dorris
, PROWAY
Andrew Hirsch, Fuelcor
Steven Duke, US Consulate General Shanghai


CHICAGO:

Keynote address
Robert Siminski
, IPO

Opening plenary debate: Where are things really at in terms of IPprotection in China now?

Andrew Hirsch, Fuelcor
Jeffrey Lindsay, Asia Pulp & Paper
Arthur Yuan, John Marshall Law School
Gregory Vogler, McAndrews, Held & Malloy
Qinghong Xu, Lung Tin
Michelle Ma, Liu Shen
Steven Duke, US Consulate General Shanghai

Brand protection in China: Recent cases

Eligio Pimentel, McAndrews, Held & Malloy
Deland Wu, Lung Tin
Stephen Zou, Lung Tin
Qinghong Xu, Lung Tin

Keynote address
Commissioner Bruce Lehman
, IIPI

Filing Patents in China: Practical Guide

William Kramer
, Loeb & Loeb
Allen Tao, Liu Shen & Associates

Litigating in China: Practical Guide

Tom Moga, AIPLA Patent Treaties & International Policy Committee
Guoxu Yang & Deqiang Zhu, CCPIT

Interactive roundtable: Business culture in China

Gene Dorris, PROWAY
Andrew Hirsch, Fuelcor
Jeffrey Lindsay, Asia Pulp & Paper
Steven Duke, US Consulate General Shanghai


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