(PRWEB) August 02, 2012
How patent enforcement practices in China differ from those in the United States is the topic for the 2nd Chinese Intellectual Property Forum on Aug. 24, 2012, at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. A distinguished panel will discuss the impact and ramification of the Chinese patent litigation procedures.
“Patent Appeal System in China” is the focus of the 2nd Chinese Intellectual Property Forum hosted Aug. 24, 2012, by the Chinese Intellectual Property Resource Center at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
The free program, from 9 a.m. to noon at the law school, features Chief Judge James Holderman of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois among a distinguished panel.
Holderman, with other outstanding Chinese experts, will focus on the importance of the Patent Reexamination Board of the State Intellectual Property Office of China in overall patent implementation.
Panelists joining Holderman are Sun Wei, vice dean of the China Intellectual Property Training Center, and Bai Jianfeng, assistant director general of the Patent Reexamination Board.
Registrations are requested and are being accepted at events.jmls.edu/ChinaPatent. Attorneys can earn three hours of CLE for this program.
About The John Marshall Law School
The John Marshall Law School, founded in 1899, is an independent law school located in the heart of Chicago’s legal, financial and commercial districts. U.S. News & World Report America’s Best Graduate Schools 2013 ranks John Marshall in the top tier of law schools. Its Legal Writing Program is ranked sixth in the nation; and Intellectual Property Law is 17th. John Marshall offers the nation’s only graduate Employee Benefits Program. Its program in Information Technology and Privacy Law remains the only graduate law program in the country that emphasizes privacy as part of its core curriculum.