Chinese IP Law Certificate – Still Available

China Law, Trade and IP 2020

Online Certificate Series (RECORDED)

Intellectual property law in China is undergoing rapid change, with profound implications for the global tech industry. The Asia IP and Technology Law Project presented this series of seven webinars whereby leading experts from China and the U.S. covered developments in Chinese law on important topics including patentability, pharmaceutical IP, trade secrets law and enforcement, licensing and antitrust, and copyright. 

APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE STILL OPEN

Individuals who view 6 out of 7 recorded webinar sessions are eligible to receive a certificate in Chinese IP law from the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.

Wednesday, August 12 is the deadline to register and apply for the certificate.

Registration Fee:
$299.00 for entire series


Who Will Benefit from This Series

This series is intended for in-house counsel and law firm attorneys representing tech companies concerned about protecting their IP in China. Whether you have been doing trans-Pacific work for a long time, or are newly focused on trying to understand the Chinese legal landscape, this series will get you up to speed on key developments spurred by the trade wars and internal drivers of law reform in China.

Session 1: May 27, 2020 – Pharmaceutical IP Issues

Session 2: June 3, 2020 – Licensing and Antitrust

Session 3: June 10, 2020 – Trade Secret Protection

Session 4: June 17, 2020 – Section 101 Comes to China: Is China Turning the Unpatentable into the Patentable?

Session 5: June 24, 2020 – Abusive Trademark Registrations

Session 6: July 8, 2020 – Copyright Commercialization, Protection, and Reform

Session 7: July 15, 2020 – The Future of IP and Tech Collaboration in China 

 

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