This program on the latest developments in intellectual property (IP) law in China was part of a series of quarterly updates from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on IP developments in China.
Between January and March 2022, China drafted or implemented several IP-related measures and decided several key cases. This one-hour program provided an opportunity for IP attorneys, businesses, inventors, and other IP stakeholders to get access to a unique and concise source of information, unlikely to be found elsewhere, including segments on:
- trade secrets
- IP enforcement
These topic-specific segments were led by senior USPTO attorneys with extensive China IP experience.
A video recording of this event is now available
Experts from the USPTO’s Office of Policy and International Affairs (OPIA) presened updates on China IP legislation and cases in this one-hour long event, which was the fourth in a quarterly series initiated in June 2021. Michael Mangelson, Principal Counsel and Director for China IP from OPIA, introduced and moderated the discussion.
Panelists joining Mr. Mangelson included OPIA's experts:
- Susan Anthony, senior trademark attorney (trademark developments)
- Neil Graham, senior copyright attorney (copyright developments)
- Michael Diehl, senior attorney (trade secret developments)
- David Foley, attorney advisor (enforcement developments)
- Larry Lian, senior attorney (patent-related developments)
For more information, visit the registration page or contact Nadine Herbert in the USPTO’s Office of Policy and International Affairs.
To request an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact Nadine Herbert.
This virtual program is hosted by the USPTO’s Global Intellectual Property Academy, a unit of the USPTO’s Office of Policy and International Affairs (OPIA). OPIA advises the administration and other federal government departments and agencies on domestic and international IP legal and policy issues. It also provides technical assistance and training on IP-related matters to U.S. stakeholders and both U.S. and foreign government officials.