Mark Your Calendar: Sixth Annual Chinese Intellectual Property Forum

Mark your calendar!!!

The John Marshall Law School with the China Intellectual Property Training Center of SIPO are bringing together Sixth Annual Chinese Intellectual Property Forum: Future of Chinese Patent Landscape: Law/Regulation Updates; IP Monetization and Impact of ITC investigations.  We bring the most up-to-date information of IP in China to stakeholders on China IP issues from U.S. government, academics and enterprises to share their insights on critical issues involving China IP.  

The John Marshall Law School is in a unique position to host such program because it has been partnering with SIPO for almost 25 years.  The Chinese Intellectual Property Forum in Chicago is one of the cooperating programs between the John Marshall Law School and the State Intellectual Property's China Intellectual Property Training Center. 

Date Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Registration No charge, but a registration is required.
Location

The John Marshall Law School

315 S Plymouth Court, Chicago, IL 60604

Illinois CLE TBD

 

Time Topic & Speakers
8:30 - 8:45 am Registration
8:45 - 9:00 am

Welcome Remarks

  • Darby Dickerson, Dean, The John Marshall Law School
  • Baili Gao, Deputy Dean, China Intellectual Property Training Center
  • Dorothy Li, Dean Emeritus, The John Marshall Law School
9:00 - 10: am

Update on the New Rules to the Chinese Patent Examination Regulations

  • Chengbo Fan, Associate Researcher of Patent Examination, Patent Examination Cooperation Center, Beijing, SIPO
10:0 - 10:15 am Coffee/Tea Break
10:15 - 11:15 am

IP Monetization With The Updates to the Chinese Patent Examination Regulations

  • Robert McSorley, Director, Expert Testimony, Ocean Tomo, LLC
11:15 am - 12: 15 pm

How ITC Investigations Affect Stability of IP Rights of Chinese/US companies?

  • James Coughlan, Partner, Firmwide Co-Chair, ITC Section 337 Actions, Perkins Coie
12:15 pm Adjourn 

 

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