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Intellectual Property Litigation and Possible Reactions when Investing Overseas

2014-03-12
Beijing

CEIBS Alumni International Trade and Property Rights Association (Beijing) is hosting an event to discuss intellectual property disputes that may arise when investing overseas and how a company can deal with these issues. Mr. John Allcock, partner at DLA Piper and widely respected patent trial lawyer focused on patent litigations will analyze some common questions together with the participants.

Main focus of the event will be:

- Intellectual property litigations in the USA
- Common problems faced by Chinese companies when doing business abroad involving intellectual property rights transfers and patent infringement

All CEIBS alumni are welcome to join!

Date: Wednesday, 12. March, 2014
Venue: 10th Floor, China World Tower (III), No. 1 Jianguomen Waidajie, Beijing

Agenda:
14:00 Registration
14:20 Discussion Forum

Registration:
To sign up for this event, please contact Liu Na at 
Phone: 010-57068256 
Email: mzc@jtnfa.com  

The event is hosted by Jingcheng Tongda & Neal and DLA Piper UK LLP.

About the speaker:

John Allcock

John Allcock is partner, global co-chair and US chair (intellectual property and technology) at DLA Piper, one of the largest business law firms in the world, employing more than 4200 lawyers in 30 countries.

He holds a PhD in Law from Harvard University and teaches at the California Western School of Law.

Mr. Allcock has an extensive jury trial background to his patent litigation specialty (lead counsel in excess of 70 cases tried to juries to verdict), as well as arbitration experience (lead counsel in excess of 100 arbitrations), and extensive experience in court trials, International Trade Commission (ITC) hearings, various forms of alternative dispute resolution, and management of complex litigation.

For more information, please visit: John Allcock