IP China 2011

The 7th Annual Intellectual Property Forum

12/8 - 12/9/2011

China and Intellectual Property | China

Multifunctional Room
Building B, Wanshou Hotel
No. Jia 12,
Wanshoulu, Haidian District
Beijing

Sponsorship

Arielle Wang
awang@mofo.com
+86 10 5909 3308

Morrison & Foerster associate Harris Gao will speak at IP China 2011 The 7th Annual Intellectual Property Forum to be held in Beijing from December 8 to December 9, 2011. The seminar is organized by the Ministry of Industry and the Information Technology Software and Integrated Circuit Promotion Center in PRC. The theme of the forum will be "Help for Software and Integrated Circuit Industries, Attention to Commercial Secrets Protection." The summit will also aim to analyze the NO.4 document and encourage participants to share their observations of trends in the domestic industry.

Harris will talk about "Effective Patent Strategy for Research and Development" on the afternoon of December 8, 2011.

Other topics include:


  • Software commercial secrets protection and judicial authentication practice
     
  • Patent applications and legal protection of computer programs
     
  • Internationalization of Chinese enterprises: How to respond to US trade 337
     
  • Risk warning on Research and Development of intellectual property
     
  • Intellectual property in technology standard
     
  • Intellectual property risk of open source software

Keynote speeches include:


  • Criminal investigation and evidence collection of commercial secrets
     
  • Analysis of a typical case of commercial secrets in China and USA
     
  • Protection of commercial secrets
     
  • Panel: The offensive and defensive strategy in commercial secrets litigation: Investigation of the technical secrets record

For more information about the event, please click here.

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