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Best Practices for Safeguarding University IP When Structuring Deals in China


By Jesse Schwartz
Published: September 13th, 2017

Business opportunities abound in China, both for licensing IP and for university start-ups seeking cost-effective manufacturing options for their products. And while the opportunities are significant and shouldn’t be ignored, neither should the fact that IP theft in China is still a huge problem — and universities need to protect their valuable IP.

Deals made in China can threaten IP rights not just in China, but in markets around the world. If your university is involved in the huge Chinese market or plans to be, it’s critical you understand China’s IP landscape and know how to manage key IP issues — and avert big problems that can demolish the value of your innovations.

That’s why we’ve scheduled an information-packed webinar with one of the world’s foremost experts on licensing and contracting in the Chinese market. Best Practices for Safeguarding University IP When Structuring Deals in China, scheduled for September 26, features renowned China legal expert Dan Harris, an attorney with Harris Bricken in Seattle. He will explore the nuts and bolts of constructing good business deals (including licensing deals) with Chinese partners, what your agreements should include, and how to minimize China-related IP risks. For complete details and to register, CLICK HERE.

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