Webinar: Evidence in Chinese patent enforcement: Key differences with the US
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Join Ude Lu, the chief IP counsel (US) of Purplevine IP, Helen Zhang, the litigation manager of Purplevine IP in Beijing, and Penny Sun, the brand protection manager of ABRO Industry, as they discuss evidence collection for patent enforcement in China and the US virtually with Managing IP on November 9 at 10am (US ET) / 3pm (UK) / 11pm (China)

Register here to join Purplevine IP’s webinar: Evidence in Chinese patent enforcement: Key differences with the US.

China has become one of the most litigious countries for patent enforcement. Foreign patentees may therefore face challenges when collecting evidence in China because, unlike in most European countries and the US, the plaintiff has the burden of proof in proving infringements.

Foreign patentees should have well-planned patent enforcement strategies and be prepared for evidence collection when encountering lawsuits in China.

The webinar will focus on the differences between the Chinese and US approaches to infringement litigation in the following areas:

  • The types of evidence required;

  • The factual evidence needed; and

  • Evidence regarding the claim amount.

Join Purplevine IP’s experts as they compare evidence collection for patent litigation in China with the approach in the US.

Register here to join Purplevine IP’s webinar on November 9 2022.

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