- Monday, March 2, 2015
08:30 - 11:00am
China is an appealing market for many exporters. The potential for significant export revenues from this market for our regional exporters is a strong temptation, yet many fear the unknown.
The Intellectual Property aspect of doing business in China is perhaps one of the foremost areas of concern for exporters. How do you or should you handle Patents, trademark strategy and litigation practices in China and how do you protect yourself in this market full of opportunity?
This event will help exporters gain more understanding of the legal implications and challenges encountered in China.
Take advantage of this opportunity to hear from an Attorney who has travelled here from Beijing, China to share his expertise and knowledge of the Chinese legal system. Mr. Shengping Yang has handled many patent applications and patent enforcement cases with clients from China and abroad. He has particular experience in patent prosecution and litigation, IP strategy, and IP portfolio management, licensing and transactions in the fields of Electronics, Semiconductors, computers, software, telecommunications and more.
If you are selling to China now or are considering entering this market, this event is a must.
China Intellectual Property
Current IP rights situation in China
Laws, protection, practices and litigation - Mr. Shengping Yang
U.S. Commercial Service - China Country Briefing
Helpful information on how to approach the Chinese market from Mr. John Tracy, International Specialist, US Commercial Services
Getting Paid for Exports to China
A guide on how to get paid for your exports to China - Steven King
Q&A roundtable discussions from the audience
When: Monday March 2nd 2015
Program starts 08:30am - 11:00am
Location: Syracuse Center of Excellence, 727 East Washington Street, Syracuse, NY 13244
$35 Non CNYIBA members
$25 CNYIBA Members
In asosciation with Tech Bridge International
Syracuse Center of Excellence
727 E Washington St
Syracuse, NY 13244
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