Wednesday, July 18, 2007

China's Impact On Intellectual Property

The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is sponsoring a China-focused intellectual property "roadshow" July 23-24, 2007 in Philadephia.

Topics:
  • China’s laws and regulations that may affect how a business protects and enforces its intellectual property;
  • how best to protect business assets to avoid intellectual property problems in the first place;
  • how to recognize when an intellectual property asset has been infringed;
  • what to do if infringement occurs;
  • and what the U.S. government is doing to improve the intellectual property protection and enforcement environment in China.

Read more here. If you go, please blog about it or write ipdragon at gmail dot com a few lines about it. Thanks.

Head tip to Timonthy J. Maier of Post-Grant, read more here.

1 comment:

China Law Blog said...

These tend to be amazingly good seminars, particularly when one considers their cost -- zero. Just wish I had known of this one soon enough to have posted on it. Oh well. . . . next time.