The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is delighted to invite you to the seminar on ‘Basics of IPRs and Enforcement in China’ to be held in Guangzhou on July 25th 2012. The seminar will focus on IPR protection and is especially designed for foreign companies operating in the Chinese market seeking legal support and practical advice on IPR.
The seminar will offer professional guidance on the protection of intellectual property and will provide business related solutions on IPR’s enforcement.
The event will be an important occasion to discuss major IPR related issues. The aim of the meeting will be to clarify to a diversified business audience the basic principles of IPR and the procedures to follow in protecting property rights in China. It will focus on both theoretical and concrete legal aspects, based on day-to-day legal practice.
Floor 2nd, The Canton Residence T9, N. 48 Haifeng Street, Zhujiang New Town, Guangzhou 510627
3:45 - 4:00 Registration
4:00 – 4:30 IPRs in China
4:30 – 5:00 IPR’s Enforcement & Patent Infringement Actions
5:00 – 5:20 Coffee break
5:20 – 5:40 Q&A Session
5:40 – 6:00 IPR Consultation & Networking
To register send an e-mail to email@example.com by July 23rd, 2012 before 17:00
The speaker of the event will be a major IP legal expert Tom Carver, head of Wragge & Co.`s China office based in Guangzhou. For further information on Tom Carver please find the biography provided by the speaker here below:
Tom Carver is an UK qualified solicitor who specialises in intellectual property and has substantial experience in patent litigation. He has represented companies from the pharmaceutical industries and life science sector and gained particular experience in handling multi-jurisdictional litigation. Tom deals with all aspects of intellectual property rights on a daily basis and has a specific interest in China-related matters. He has advised on multiple patent infringement actions and attended trade fairs on behalf of clients. Tom focuses on understanding the client`s objective and explaining the law in practical terms, providing his clients with concrete and business-focused solutions. He is a regular speaker on the topic of IPR in China and has published several articles on this subject.
Tom Carver is the head of Wragge & Co.’s China office and is based in Guangzhou. He advises both UK and internationally based clients on the enforcement of intellectual property rights in China, as well as on other China-related issues including commercial law. Tom also advises Chinese companies on UK law, and acts as the link between the firm`s Guangzhou office and its other offices.
Cancellations are available free of charge if made 48 hours prior the event.To request a cancellation please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org