The Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP), in partnership with the Saskatchewan China Office, invite you to participate in a webinar outlining how companies can protect intellectual property (IP) in China.
Trade Commissioners from the Embassy of Canada in China will comment on legislation, main issues and questions related to safeguarding brand, trademarks, patents, and other forms of IP. Legal experts from Rouse, a firm recognised as a global Intellectual Property leader, will compose the panel to share their knowledge and experiences in Asia’s largest economy.
• Winston Kan, Managing Director, Saskatchewan China Office – Ministry of Trade and Export Development
• Xiaojuan Zhao, Trade Commissioner – Embassy of Canada in China
• Maxim Berdichevsky, Counsellor (Trade Policy) – Embassy of Canada in China
• Joshua Mandell, Principal, General Manager – Rouse
• Amanda Yang, Principal – Rouse
Rouse was one of the first foreign firms to enter the Chinese IP market almost 30 years ago and has consistently been recognised as a top tier IP firm by all major directories and IP periodicals. They have offices in five cities in China: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and the Hong Kong SAR. Rouse focus exclusively on IP, from strategic consulting, patents and trademarks through to domain names, copyright, designs and geographical indications.