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Best Practices for Safeguarding University IP When Structuring Deals in China

Format: Live Webinar, On-Demand Video, DVD, or PDF Transcript
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 ~ 1:00-2:30 pm (Eastern Time)

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Business opportunities abound in China, both for TTOs looking for licensees and for university start-ups seeking cost-effective manufacturing options for their products. But BEWARE: Though 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 and their start-ups 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 you’re involved in the huge Chinese market or plan 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 this information-packed webinar to provide you up-to-date legal advice on how to protect your technology and other IP interests from being counterfeited, pirated, or otherwise misappropriated by Chinese companies. Join us on September 19th for:

Best Practices for Safeguarding University IP When Structuring Deals in China

You’re invited to consult with one of the world’s foremost experts on licensing and contracting in the Chinese market. Dan Harris, an attorney with Harris Bricken in Seattle, 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.

Register today to hear Mr. Harris discuss:

  • How to choose a good Chinese partner 
  • Identifying your IP assets that need protection 
  • How to structure and draft your China deal:
    • Licensing IP
    • Selling IP
    • Producing goods
  • How to structure your China technology and IP licensing deals with concern for:
    • Export issues
    • Ownership rights
  • Drafting China employee and third party contracts to protect your IP 
  • IP registrations: What you should know about trademarks, patents, copyrights, and licensing agreements 
  • Understanding the wants and needs of Chinese entities and universities and how to meet them 
  • Cultural nuances

Get all your questions answered during the interactive Q&A portion of the program!

Meet your session leader:

Dan Harris
Attorney
Harris Bricken – Seattle

Dan is internationally regarded as a leading authority on legal matters related to doing business in China. Forbes MagazineBusiness WeekFortune MagazineBBC NewsThe Wall Street JournalThe Washington PostThe EconomistCNBCThe New York Times, and many other major media players have looked to him for his perspective on China law issues.

Dan writes and speaks extensively on Chinese law with a focus on protecting American and European businesses and his China Law Blog is regarded as one of the best law blogs on the web today. The ABA Journal named the China Law Blog to its Blawg Hall of Fame (a designation given to the top 20 law blogs of all time).

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Participation in the live webinar is just $197 per site and allows access to one computer for an unlimited number of people to watch. Gather your entire staff and watch for maximum benefit!

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