|When:||Tuesday, 6th March 2018|
|Time:||2 – 5 PM
|Where:||The Astor Hotel Tianjin
No. 33 Tai Er Zhuang Road, Heping District, Tianjin
|Fee:||German Chamber Member: RMB 250 | Non-Member: RMB 350|
With the strong trend of localization hitting more and more foreign enterprises in China, how to protect their Intellectual Property Rights remains one of the biggest concerns for the investors.
To help you better understand the basic items behind this huge issue and provide practical guidance with a case study, the German Chamber of Commerce, Tianjin office would like to invite you to an informative seminar on Feb. 6th. at the Astor Hotel Tianjin.
Trademark rights in China
Trademark license agreement
2:00 to 2:15 pm Registration
2:15 to 3:30 pm Presentation – Part I
3:30 to 4:00 pm Coffee Break
4:00 to 5:00 pm Presentation – Part II + Q&A
SENIOR BD ASSOCIATE
lives and works in Beijing and focuses on the market entry consultation. She has a Master of Laws and is now consulting SMEs in all aspects of company setups in China as well as legal and tax questions. Contract drafting, Social Insurance, Individual Income Tax and HR related topics also constitute an important part of her management consultancy activities. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
is a PRC qualified lawyer. She has a double Bachelor Degree in Law and Psychology (Human Resources focus) and a Master Degree in Constitution and Administrative Law. She experienced overseas internship in the US and had working experience in law firm and foreign-invested enterprise. Her main expertise includes legal counsel, labor disputes, company laws, ICP regulations, international trading and foreign investment, especially the market entry, M&A and JV negotiation. Her working languages are English and Chinese. Contact: email@example.com