Register now for Intellectual Property Reform in China: What Does This Mean for Your Clients? - April 30, 2013
"Intellectual Property Reform in China: What Does This Mean for Your Clients?"
Co-sponsored by the WSBA International Practice Section
In March 2013, China's National People's Congress closed with the announcement of a new line-up of government leaders, including new President Xi Jinping and new Premier Li Keqiang. The change in leadership coincides with significant reforms to China's intellectual property regime, including proposed amendments to patent, trademark, and copyright laws.
This program will focus on new developments in Chinese IP laws and practices and the potential impact these developments will have on your clients' business. Join Shanghai Attorney William Fisher as he helps all practitioners navigate and understand the complexities of these new reforms.
When: April 30, 2013
When: Garvey Schubert Barer
1191 Second Ave., Seattle
CLE Credits: 1.5 general credits
International Practice Section members — Free
Law students — $15
Non-International Practice Section members — $25
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