- U.S. Patent Litigation Response Strategies (Kristopher L. Reed) - Mr. Reed (Kilpatrick Townsend, Shanghai Office Managing Partner) will discuss best practices in responding to litigation threats and managing actual litigations in U.S. district courts and the International Trade Commission.
- Patent Invalidity and Litigation Strategies in China (Hongtao Qi) - Mr. Qi (ACIP, Partner) will introduce patent litigation and invalidation strategy in China, which considers the views of the judge and the PRB examiner.
- Panel Discussion: Worldwide Patent Litigation Response Strategies (Moderator: Lu Yin; Panelists: Kristopher L. Reed; Hongtao Qi; Sherry Zhang; Li Lu) - This panel led by Lu Yin (Kilpatrick Townsend, Counsel) will answer questions from the audience regarding patent assertions and litigations in both China and U.S., from both a law firm and an in-house counsel perspective. Panelists include Kristopher Reed (Kilpatrick Townsend, Shanghai Office Managing Partner); Hongtao Qi (ACIP, Partner); Sherry Zhang ((Shanghai MicroPort Medical (Group) Co., Ltd, IP Director)); and Li Lu (Hangzhou Chic Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd., Ex-IP Manager).
Simultaneous translation services will be provided.
Who Should Attend?
CEOs and decision makers, in-house counsel, IP managers and staff, business managers, patent agents, patent engineers, and others tasked with understanding and managing patent litigation and strategy will benefit from this timely analysis of both Chinese and U.S. Litigation issues.
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Thursday, November 16, 2017-
Thursday, November 16, 2017
The Evergreen Laurel Hotel
Room Laurel 1, No.1136 Zuchongzhi Road, Shanghai Pudong Software Park
Subway Line 2 Jinke Road station
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