China Intellectual Property & Innovation Summit

China
20-21 April 2017
www.intellectualpropertysummit.com
The summit is aimed at offering an optimal platform to discuss IP protection strategies with government officials, IP organisations, IP experts and in-house counsel from world-leading companies. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet more than 400 experts across two days.

Highlights:
√ The New Influence of the IP Court-Judicial System
√ Corporation Transformation by Improving IP Innovation Ability
√ Chinese Firms on the Forefront of Diversifying into European Market
√ Issues to Be Considered When Litigating a Generic Drug in International Perspective
√ How to Crackdown on Malicious Trademark Registration
√ International Transfer IP Pricing and Tax
√ Analysis of the Different Routes of Litigation in China
√ Cross-industry IP Standardisation
√ WeChat IP Protection Strategy

For more information, please contact:
Ms. Cheung
Tel: +86-21-6765 8679
Email: CIPIS@conwaysasia.com
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