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How to Protect Your Trade Secrets While Doing Business in China: Webinar, 11 September
Wednesday 11 September 2013, 10:30 - 11:45
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How to Protect Your Trade Secrets While Doing Business in China

Webinar, 11 September




Event Details:  


Event type:

Web-based seminar


Wednesday, 11 September 2013


10:30-11:45am (Brussels, GMT: +1) / 9:30-10:45am (London, GMT: 0) / 4:30-5:45pm (Beijing, GMT: +7)


Your own computer


No charge




Small and Medium-sized enterprises (Less than 250 employees) or SME intermediary associations from the European Union only


Event Description:

Trade secrets are a valuable and highly useful form of intellectual property right. It is strongly recommended that you take the adequate steps to protect them because trade secrets can ensure your business advantage over competitors. China IPR SME Helpdesk expert Benjamin Bai will introduce the most effective steps to protect your trade secrets in China while presenting:

  • Differences and similarities of a “trade secret” in China and the EU
  • Unique enforcement issues in China
  • Tips for protecting trade secrets in China
  • Updates on recent trade secrets litigation in China
  • Statistics for Chinese trade secret cases


Join the China IPR SME Helpdesk expert Benjamin Bai on Wednesday, 11 September 2013 for:

" How to Protect Your Trade Secrets While Doing Business in China"


This free, 45-minute webinar presentation and 30 minute Q&A session on Wednesday, 11 September 2013 at 10:30am Brussels time (9:30am London, 4:30pm China) will take you through a range of simple, cost-effective measures to develop your business in China and protect its intellectual property. Get valuable insights from our experts, and ask questions live throughout the webinar.


Agenda (Brussels time):



Welcome and introduction by the IPR SME Helpdesk team


Presentation by the China IPR SME Helpdesk expert, Benjamin Bai


Q&A session


Speaker biography:


Name: Benjamin Bai

Firm: Allen & Overy

Location: Shanghai, China

Email: benjamin.bai@allenovery.com

Dr. Benjamin Bai is a partner and the head of the China IP practice for Allen & Overy in Shanghai. A native Chinese and an experienced U.S. patent lawyer, he specializes in representing multinational companies in protecting, licensing, and enforcing IP rights in China. Benjamin was recognized by Chambers Asia and Legal 500 as a leading intellectual property practitioner in China for 2008-2011 and named by IAM (Intellectual Asset Management) Magazine as top IAM 250: The World’s Leading Life Sciences Patent Litigators for 2010 and IAM Licensing 250: The World’s Leading Patent and Technology Licensing Practitioners for 2010. Benjamin is admitted to the state bar of Texas and registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In addition to a J.D. from the University of Texas, he holds a masters and PhD in chemistry from Rice University.


About webinars:


A webinar is a virtual web-based seminar which you can join from the comfort and convenience of your own office or home. Attending webinars can save you time and money, while still delivering key information and allowing for speaker-attendee interaction.


Please see our short 2-page Quick Start guide here for more information on Helpdesk Webinars, how they can help your business, and the simple registration process.


About the China IPR Helpdesk:


The China IPR SME Helpdesk provides free information, first-line advice and training to SMEs to protect and enforce their IPR in China. The Helpdesk’s services are free to European SMEs and SME intermediaries (including EU embassies) and includes training events in China and Europe; online tools and materials at www.china-iprhelpdesk.eu and tailored advice from our experts by phone, Email or though the website.


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