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'How to Establish and Safe Guard Your Operations in China' Webinar Series, Part Four: Safeguard Your Intellectual Property in China
For foreign companies protecting their intellectual property (IP) is a key concern when doing business in China. Well-designed transactional structures, well-provisioned commercial contracts, and well-designed enforcement strategies are all important considerations when it comes to safeguarding IP rights in China.

In this webinar, we will be exploring the features of the IP legal system in China, analyzing the challenges businesses encounter in enforcing your IP rights in China, discussing practical solutions to safeguard IP assets when conducting business in China.

About Llinks Law Offices:

Llinks Law Offices is a leading PRC law firm with a nationwide and international practices specializing in cross-border transactions. We are renowned for providing high quality legal services and formulating innovative solutions to complex legal problems. We also strive to build a collegial team environment where the development of young lawyers is crucial to our future success. The firm’s professionalism and business expertise has been consistently recognized by numerous reputable national and international publications as a leading law firm, and has received the prestigious award of National Outstanding Law Firm in China.

Llinks Law Offices is headquartered in Shanghai with offices in Beijing, Hong Kong and London.

Apr 21, 2020 9:30 AM in London

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Speakers

Xun Yang
@Llinks Law Offices, Shanghai
Yang Xun graduated from Fudan University China with an LL.B degree and LL.M degree. He also obtained an LL.M. degree from Columbia University, U.S. Xun specializes in Intellectual Property Protection, Cyber Security and Information Governance, Privacy, Unfair-competition, and regulatory matters in life science and TMT (Technology, Media, Telecom) sectors. Prior to joining Llinks, Xun worked for renowned international law firms including Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Simmons & Simmons in Shanghai, Hong Kong, London and other international cities for 15 years. Xun is regularly invited to contribute expertise for reputable legal publications such as China Law & Practice, Data Guidance, Computer and Technology Law Review, and E-Commerce Law Practitioner. Xun has been listed by Legal 500 as a recommended lawyer in both IP and TMT areas. He has also been listed by Business Law Journal as a recommended lawyer in the life science area.