|Date & Time||Thursday, September 10 | 12:00pm|
|Contact||Lisa Schmidt, firstname.lastname@example.org|
The ability to protect intellectual property in China is often misunderstood. However, today patents can be obtained in China, and Chinese patents obtained by US companies can be fairly enforced.
Learn how the Chinese IP system works directly from a Beijing-based Chinese IP attorney and discover how to protect your IP when doing business in China to create the greatest value for your company.
Nyemaster Goode, in cooperation with the Iowa State University Research Park and the Startup Factory, is proud to present a webinar with Stephen Yang, the managing partner and patent attorney with the Chinese law firm IP March. Stephen will explore the latest trends in IP protection in China. The session will be hosted by Todd Van Thomme, shareholder and patent attorney at Nyemaster Goode.
About the Speaker
Stephen Yang is a Chinese patent attorney and managing partner of IP March a Chinese IP law firm. His practice covers patent search, drafting, prosecution, invalidation, opinion and litigation in mechanics, electronics, energy and high tech areas. In addition to practicing in IP firms in China, he once worked in-house in Canada. Stephen’s technical background is mechanical and industrial engineering. He received double Bachelor’s degrees from Tsinghua University in China and a Master’s degree from University of Toronto in Canada. Stephen is a frequent speaker and author of many articles. In particular, he was the lead author of the patent chapter of the book IP Protection in China.