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Seminar | New Patent and Copyright Laws – What the changes mean for SMEs

The German Centres in China in Beijing, Shanghai and Taicang and the China IP SME Helpdesk jointly organise this online-offline seminar to provide an overview of the main changes and what companies should know when operating in China’s market.

The new Copyright and Patent Laws entered into force on 1 June 2021. Both the copyright and the patent law underwent major and important changes introducing new concepts such as the patent linkage system and the open license system or the possibility of reversal of the burden of proof as well as increasing damages for infringements. To develop a comprehensive IP strategy for China’s market, enterprises should have a good understanding of the recent changes.

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Description

Seminar on 24 June 2021
Seminar on 24 June 2021

Event Details:

Event Type   Onsite & online

Venue           German Centre offices in Beijing and Shanghai and Zoom platform

Date              24 June 2021

Time              12:00 -13:30h (China time)

Language      English

 

During this webinar, Mr. Charles Feng, the Partner of East & Concord, and Mr. Matias Zubimendi, the IP Business Advisor at China IP SME Helpdesk, will discuss the main changes of the Copyright and Patent Law in practical terms. The training seminar will conclude in a Q&A session.

Agenda:

12:00 - 12:05       Welcoming address by Christian Sommer, CEO & Chairman of German Centre Shanghai

12:05 - 12:10       Introduction of China IP SME Helpdesk services by Ms. Helika Juergenson

12:10- 12:40        Presentation on the changes in the Patent Law by Mr. Matias Zubimendi

12:40- 13:10        Presentation on the changes in the Copyright Law by Mr. Charles Feng

13:10- 13:30        Q&A Session and closing remarks by Jochen Tenhagen, Managing Director of German Centre Beijing

 

Speakers:

Mr. Charles Feng
Mr. Matias Zubimendi