China is experiencing an economic slowdown since the new leadership took power in 2012, which they sugarcoated as the "new normal."
To counter this headwind, the Chinese government launched a policy of encouraging people to start their own businesses and make their own innovations. But China’s leaders also understand that such a policy is fruitless without a legal system that offers strong IP protection. This is likely one of the reasons that China is preparing to launch a new round of amendments to its patent law, which was last amended in 2009.
Please join us over breakfast and a cup of coffee for a presentation exploring Chinese patent law.
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Schedule of events:
8:30–9:00 am | Breakfast and registration
9:00–10:30 am | Program
For any questions, or to RSVP, please contact Melissa Frost at email@example.com.
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