PROPERTY PROTECTION IN CHINA SEMINAR
APPREHENDING IPR VIOLATORS AND RECIDIVISTS
SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVERSITY
SATURDAY 6 DECEMBER 2014 FROM 9.00 am (lunch provided) TILL 4.00 pm
BY LAW FIRM CHINA IPR GURU: ELLIOTT PAPAGEORGIOU
Rmb 950 incl. lunch (cash only on attendance) fapiao available.
If in Company name, please supply company name in Chinese script
For seat reservation: RSVP TO: firstname.lastname@example.org or call or send message to
(+86) 1850 211 5860
Address: Lecture Room #705, Haoran Building, 1954 Hua Shan Rd, Xuhui
Metro: Jiao Tong University station: Line 10&11 exit #2; Xujiahui
Station: Lines 1-9-11, exit #17
For Taxi: Jiao Tong University, corner Hua Shan Lu and Guang Yuan xi Lu (华山路广元西路)
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION IN CHINA
Apprehending IPR offenders is particularly onerous, especially if handled
by novice counsel without
the necessary China IPR Case History experience.
Prevention is better than cure and Seminar participants will learn what
essential steps to take to protect and safeguard their intellectual
property in China effectively.
Seminar participants will also learn the correct approach on apprehending
IPR offenders, the evidence required and the legal processes required to be
ABOUT THE LECTURER
Elliot is a Senior Lecturer at the Shanghai Jiao Tong University China MBA
course and Executive & Partner, Rouse Legal (China)
He has been practicing intellectual property (IP) law for 20 years and
advises International companies in China and all over the world on
contentious and non-contentious IP matters in China, with a focus on
protection, exploitation, and enforcement of patents, trademarks, copyright
as well as trade secrets.
He advises and represents a number of MNCs on China IP litigation and especially
Patent litigation matters.