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Navigating the Patent Monetization Landscape in China

Navigating the Patent Monetization Landscape in China

In this webinar, we will discuss

  1. China allowing software and business method patents.

  2. Patent owner successes in patent litigation in Chinese courts.

  3. Why NPEs are necessary for China's domestic industry to dominate.

  4. Chinese start-ups outpacing U.S. start-ups in Artificial Intelligence funding.

  5. The Made in China 2025 initiative.

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May 24, 12:00 PM EST, 9:00 AM PST

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Gene Quinn

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The Chinese intellectual property legal system has matured rapidly. Just 40 years ago China did not have a patent system, and today the country is aggressively using patent policy to create an innovation pathway to the future.

From improvements in the scope of allowable patent subject matter to enhancements of litigation options, a strong desire by China to be seen as having a level playing field for all parties, China deserves a second look by those doing business in Asia, as well as those who never considered a China strategy.

And while many continue to think that foreign companies are discriminated against in China, new research shows that conclusion is unfounded. In fact, foreign companies enjoy a slightly higher rate of success proving both infringement and obtaining injunctions when compared to their Chinese counterparts.

It seems the Chinese understand the very close link there is between patents and encouragement and incentivization of innovation and invention in a way that the U.S. seems to have forgotten.

Join patent attorney and IPWatchdog.com founder Gene Quinn on Thursday, May 24, 2018, at 12pm EST for a free webinar discussion on patents in China. Joining Gene will be Raymond Hagerty, IP strategist and Founder of IC Landscapek, Jeffery Langer, Member at Stites & Harbison, and Joff Wild, Editor for Intellectual Asset Management (IAM).

IP Strategist, Founder, IC Landscape

Raymond Hegarty is an IP strategist who has closed numerous 7-figure and 8-figure patent and trademark transactions, including more than 60 licenses with Chinese firms. He has built IP-intensive businesses in Japan, Ireland and Luxembourg, assembled & developed teams and implemented processes & systems for exploitation of IP.   He is the author of the best-selling Kindle e-book “Intellectual Property for Executives”.  He has also advised the European Commission and policy makers in several countries on national and international innovation strategies. He is a regular conference speaker and is connected to the global professional IP community.

Raymond Hegarty

IPWatchdog.com Founder and Webinar Moderator

Gene Quinn is a patent attorney and a leading commentator on patent law and innovation policy. He is the Founder and Editor of IPWatchdog.com, which he started in 1999.  IPWatchdog.com has been recognized multiple times by the American Bar Association as a top 100 legal blog, multiple times as the top IP blog, and in 2014 was inducted into the ABA Blawg Hall of Fame.  In 2017, he was recognized by IAM Magazine as one of the top IP strategists in the world.  Regarded as an expert on software patentability and U.S. patent procedure, Mr. Quinn’s particular specialty is in the area of strategic patent consultancy, portfolio building, and patent prosecution strategies. He also regularly advises attorneys and clients on litigation strategy and appeals.

Gene Quinn 

Member, Stites & Harbison, PLLC

Jeffery Langer is an intellectual property attorney located in the Alexandria office. His practice focuses on intellectual property procurement, transactions, and enforcement for clients with multi-jurisdictional intellectual property needs. He is experienced in patent and industrial design portfolio management; due diligence and IP risk mitigation; multi-country litigation assessment; post-grant challenges and contentious matters in the U.S., Europe, and Asia; and, multi-jurisdictional in- and out-licensing of intellectual property assets. His practice includes technology areas including electrical, computer, mechanical, green-tech, and medical device technologies. He also frequently lectures and advises clients on issues related to litigation and contentious matters, business practices, intellectual property protection, sourcing, and supply chain integrity in the People's Republic of China.

Jeffery Langer, Ph.D.

Editor, Intellectual Asset Management (IAM)

Joff Wild has been the editor of Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) since it was established in 2003. As a journalist, he has specialised in covering intellectual property since the early 1990s.  Before IAM, Mr Wild was editor of Managing Intellectual Property, Patent World and Copyright World and assistant editor of Trademark World. He has written on IP-related subjects for publications including The Times, The Financial Times, Euromoney, The American Lawyer and Latin Finance, and has appeared on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio 4 to talk about intellectual property.  He is also editor in chief of the IP division of Globe Business Media Group.

Joff Wild

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