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

    May 28, 2014 - Cypress Hotel, Silicon Valley
    May 30, 2014 - Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle




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Managing Intellectual Property hosted the IP in Asia Forum in Silicon Valley and Seattle, on May 28 and May 30 respectively.

The forum took a close look at the most important challenges and opportunities in Asia, and gave guidance on topics such as problems with enforcement in China; why low damages in the region shouldn’t prevent you from seeking IP protection; legal trends in Japan and South Korea; trademark protection in Asia; patentability in China; and IP monetisation and licensing. In addition, it analysed the newest IP trends and developments in China, Japan and South Korea.

The IP in Asia Forum brought together US in-house counsel doing business in Asia, world leaders in corporations, public health and the sciences as well as local and global leading legal experts specialised in the region to discuss and impart valuable knowledge. 

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#MIPShanghai kicking off! Ningling Wang of@FinneganIPLaw introduces the first panel speakers. http://t.co/MpdNqh472D

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Had a good planning call for our 10th Sept webinar on early dispute resolution today. More details & register here http://t.co/gh3Ka8t9q1

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Due tomorrow from #CJEU: Deckmyn v Vandersteen judgment on copyright & parody http://t.co/ndAIMQwBPQ Any predictions from twitter?

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