IP Litigation in China
Navigating Complexities of the Dual-Channel Chinese System and Avoiding Infringement Claims
Recording of a 110-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will offer guidance to counsel for companies operating in the Chinese market on avoiding IP infringement litigation. The panel will also outline best practices for counsel involved in infringement disputes in China.
Steps to avoid infringement litigation
- Product clearance
- Preemptive invalidity proceeding
- Filing patent applications
- Monitoring competitors’ patent portfolios, product development
- When litigation is threatened
IP litigation in China
- Evidence gathering (not a U.S.-like discovery system)
- Challenging jurisdiction
- Invalidity proceedings
- Filing counterclaims
- Best practices
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What steps can be taken to avoid IP infringement claims in China?
- What are the significant differences between the Chinese and U.S. court systems?
- What are the best practices for IP suits in the Chinese courts?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
King & Wood
She specializes in intellectual property litigation, alternative dispute resolution and intellectual... | Read More
She specializes in intellectual property litigation, alternative dispute resolution and intellectual property/technology licensing. Her practice covers contentious, non-contentious and transactional intellectual property, Internet, telecoms and technology matters. She is a leading IP litigator in China and has tried numerous cases, including many viewed as landmark decisions in Chinese IP law.Close
Paul D. Jones
Jones & Co.
Mr. Jones advises on national and multi-jurisdictional trade-mark and domain name applications and disputes. He... | Read More
Mr. Jones advises on national and multi-jurisdictional trade-mark and domain name applications and disputes. He assisted a client in its precedent setting victory in the Supreme Court of Canada in a pharmaceutical patent dispute. He advises on copyright matters including software, entertainment and film matters and on patent disputes, particularly where an abuse of patent rights is alleged.Close