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Webinar: The future of China's IP system – implications of the new IP policy roadmap

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Managing IP and GEN Law Firm will host a live webinar on December 8 at 1pm London time / 9pm Beijing time to discuss China's IP policy roadmap for 2021-2035

Register here for Managing IP’s webinar on the implications of the future of the Chinese IP system 

In association with GEN Law Firm, the live webinar will take place on December 8 at 1pm London time / 9pm Beijing time / 8am New York City time.

This webinar will focus on the most recent Chinese IP policy roadmap for 2021-2035. The speakers include Professor Ma Yide from the University of China Academy of Science - who also serves as a member of National People's Congress - and David Kappos, the former USPTO director. The hour-long discussion will consider the implications of the policy roadmap and evaluate what may be coming up in the next round of developments of the China IP system. 

The webinar will also explore:

  • Why this roadmap policy document is important?

  • How is it distinct from the previous China IP policy?

  • China is pro-IP - what does this mean for foreign companies?

  • Specifically, for trade secret protection and biopharmaceutical IP reforms, what may be coming up?

  • Both China and US now link IP to national security, what does this mean? 

The 60-minute webinar will be moderated by He Jing of GEN Law Firm and facilitated by Managing IP. The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session.

Prepare to learn more about the future of IP in China. Register to view the webinar now.



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Ma Yide

Professor

Member of China National People’s Congress

Professor Ma Yide is a current member of China’s National People’s Congress and vice chairman of China Intellectual Property Law Society. He has been conducting legal research and policy studies for more than 30 years, accomplishing more than 20 national-level research projects. He has directly been involved in recent IP legislations and policy making process.  

Ma was recognised as one of MIP’s Top 50 Most Influential Persons in 2018. China’s Ministry of Justice awarded him 'Persons of Rule of Law in Year 2020' for his contribution to China’s IP legislations. In 2021, Ma published a Patent Law textbook for use in major Chinese law schools. 


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David Kappos

Partner

Cravath Swaine & Moore

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David Kappos is a partner at Cravath Swaine & Moore and leader in the field of IP, including IP management and strategy, the development of global IP norms, laws and practices and the commercialisation and enforcement of innovation-based assets.

From 2009 to 2013, David served as Under Secretary of Commerce and Director of the US Patent and Trademark Office, where he advised the President on IP policy matters. He was instrumental in achieving the passage and implementation of the 2011 Leahy-Smith America Invents Act. From 2003 to 2009, he served as IBM’s chief IP lawyer.


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Jing He

Founder

GEN Law Firm

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Jing He is the founder of GEN Law Firm. He is a specialised legal practitioner with more than 20 years’ experience in handling complex China litigation, IP, antitrust, policy advocacy and compliance matters. A number of his cases were listed as top IP cases by Chinese judiciary authorities. Major industrial associations often consult with him on China legal and policy matters.

Jing is admitted to the State Bar of California and China. He graduated from University of Notre Dame with his JD in 2000 and obtained his bachelor's degrees of law and science from Peking University in 1997.

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