China Intellectual Property Outlook for 2018

Hear from the UK’s IP Attaché to China during his visit from the British Embassy
 
Find out the most important intellectual property (IP) issues in 2018, including recent stats on prosecution, schedule for new legislation, how key judicial interpretations will affect business, and the latest support from UK Government

And there’s an opt-in second session for 1 on 1 clinics (15 min each)

This event is aimed at:

•British IP rights owners

•Law firms and consultancies

•Other CBBC members with IP interest

•Other CBBC partners (by invitation only)

 

Date: Friday, 19th January 2018

Time: 13.30 registration starts

Location: Shanghai British Centre, 968 Beijing West Road 上海英国中心,北京西路968号 

Format: Presentation and Q&A

RSVP: Anna.Zhou@cbbc.org.cn  

Invitation: All CBBC members welcome 

 

Agenda:

•13.30: Registration

•14.00: Briefing by IP Attaché

    - Macro issues, including 2017 IP filing stats

    - E-commerce & Anti-unfair Competition Laws 

    - Likely shake up within IP agencies 

    - IP specialised court reforms

•15.00 onward: 1 on 1 Clinics (opt in)

    - book an individual meeting with IP Attaché; 15 mins each, places limited

 

Tom Duke, IP Attaché

Tom Duke has been the UK’s intellectual property attaché to China since 2011, based in the British Embassy Beijing. IP attachés help to build relations with the governments of host countries to understand and actively engage with policy makers. 

Tom works alongside CBBC, the Department for International Trade and others to ensure that UK stakeholder IP concerns are addressed and smoothly integrated into bilateral policy discussions. Tom also meets with UK companies to support development of their IP protection and enforcement strategies. 

Tom has lived and worked in the region for over ten years and speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese and Korean. 

January 19th, 2018 2:00 PM   to   3:00 PM
British Centre Shanghai
17F, Garden Square, 968 West Beijing Road
Shanghai, Shanghai
China