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Advanced Forum on IPR in CHINA

Posted on: 09 Aug 06


The protection of intellectual property (IP) rights has become crucial to the success of many foreign investors and enterprises who wish to profit from China’s fast growing market. As many foreign investors have discovered that counterfeiting, passing off and other forms of IP infringement are common in China. At the same time, Chinese companies are investing heavily in sophisticated technology and require an effective IP system to protect their own investment. The dynamics of protecting inte

The C5’s Advanced Forum on IPR in China has been developed to provide you with the tools and up-to-date information you need to successfully attack this ever-growing problem. This conference brings together a pre-eminent faculty of Senior Officials from the People’s Republic of China (PRC), leading attorneys, executives and consultants who will provide you with perspectives and expertise on how to:

• Take advantage of the recent and positive changes on IPR in China

• Proactively secure your patent & trade mark in China against your competitors

• Avoid mistakes & traps when entering into a patent filing process

• Choose the best route for IP enforcement in China

• Gather successful intelligence on counterfeiting operations

• Best use your IP portfolio valuation in China

• Build an effective anti-counterfeiting enforcement program

• Structure licensing agreements for maximum profit

• Fit your IPR strategy into your overall business strategy in China

• Conduct a detailed review of your royalty agreement to secure your earnings

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Last updated on: 27/08/2010 11:40:18

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