Patent Litigation in China: Navigating the Chinese System and IP Courts
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will offer guidance to counsel for companies operating in the Chinese market on asserting patents and avoiding and defending patent infringement litigation. The panel will also outline best practices for counsel involved in infringement disputes in China.
- Patent trial system in China
- Patent litigation in China
- Evidence gathering (not discovery as in the U.S.)
- Invalidity proceedings
- Best practices
- Steps to avoid litigation
- When litigation is threatened
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- The new patent trial system in China
- What steps can be taken to avoid patent infringement claims in China?
- What are the significant differences between litigation in the Chinese IP courts and the U.S. court?
- What are the best practices for patent suits in the Chinese courts?
Zhen (Katie) Feng
Office Managing Partner
Hogan Lovells International
Ms. Feng is the director of Hogan Lovells (Shanghai) Intellectual Property Agency Service Co. Ltd. She advises numerous... | Read More
Ms. Feng is the director of Hogan Lovells (Shanghai) Intellectual Property Agency Service Co. Ltd. She advises numerous clients from diverse backgrounds on formulation and implementation of IP enforcement strategies in China through a combination of administrative, civil, and criminal actions. Ms. Feng also provides proactive advice and analysis on how to secure and obtain IP rights from the start-up of a business, and how to monetize IP rights when the business grows. She speaks frequently on IP issues and regularly contributes articles on development of international IP law.Close
King & Wood Mallesons
Ms. Xu specializes in dispute resolution on IP rights, with special expertise on patents, trademarks, unfair... | Read More
Ms. Xu specializes in dispute resolution on IP rights, with special expertise on patents, trademarks, unfair competition, and antitrust issues. She is focused on frontier problems in dispute resolution on IP rights, and is skilled in using pioneering thinking as well as creative interpretation and application of the law to solve disputes. Ms. Xu was named Intellectual Property Lawyer of the Year by China Law & Practice in 2017.Close