Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Of IP's Most Important Figures of 2007 Who is Most Relevant to IP in China?

The magazine Managing Intellectual Property announced IP's Most Important Figures of 2007.

Of this group, who deserved this title because of its role regarding IP in China?

Obviously this includes Ms Wu Yi (China's vice-premier and IP-negotiator) and Mr Tian Lipu (commissioner of China's State Intellectual Property Organisation), but also Mr Jack Chang (senior IP counsel Asia GE and chairman of Quality Brand Protection Committee), Mr Dan Glickman (president Motion Picture Association of America and member of the China Copyright Alliance), Ms Nathalie Moullé-Berteaux, director of global IP at LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton).

Congratulations to all. However, IP Dragon misses at a few names, especially Mr Joseph Simone of Baker & McKenzie for his role in the innovative landlords case, read more here.

Read Managing IP's article here.

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