Chinese IP Law and Practice: Frontier Lectures

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March 5
10:00am – 11:00am (PT)
B-CLE Webcast


In this lecture, Ms. Xiaoxia (Sarah) Zhang from King & Wood Mallesons introduced the recent progress of trade secret enforcement in China with exemplary cases and statistics.

Xiaoxia is an IP litigation partner in KWM. She deals with complex disputes involving patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, and unfair competition. Ms. Zhang has extensive experience in handling IP litigation matters, especially patent infringement and invalidation cases. She provides services for clients from various technical fields such as automotive, medical devices, LCD/OLED display technology, communication, and has expertise in areas involving specialized and sophisticated techniques. Before Xiaoxia joined KWM in 2012, she served at the Patent Reexamination Board for 8 years.


Xiaoxia (Sarah) Zhang, King & Wood Mallesons

Series Description

BAIC’s “Chinese IP Law and Practice: Frontier Lectures” series in 2024 offers a deep dive into the significant advancements in China’s IP law and enforcement during recent years. With China’s rapid ascension as a key player in the global IP landscape, this lecture series aims to unpack the progress and complexities within the Chinese IP system. It features discussions by leading practitioners in Chinaaiming to cover pivotal developmentsenforcement challenges, and the impact of these changes on business and innovation. The series is tailored for a diverse audience, including legal practitioners, business professionals, and scholars of comparative IP law. 

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