23.04.12 03:25 Age: 6 yrs
Leaving Your China Service China Trade Mark® On China Social Media?
LEHMAN, LEE & XU China & Mongolian Lawyers invites you to our complimentary China based master Class seminar.
Where: China Ministry of Foreign Affairs Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Compound 10-2, LEHMAN, LEE & XU BUILDING, 22 Dong fang Dong Lu (beside the United States of America Embassy in Beijing) Beijing 100600 China
Time: 8.30am to 10am breakfast and coffee provided
Date: Friday April 27th, 2012
Edward Lehman, is China's longest serving Managing Director of any law firm and intellectual property law firm in mainland China (Beijing & Shanghai). Edward Lehman has managed LEHMAN, LEE & XU China and Mongolian Lawyers for the past 20 consecutive years. Edward Lehma is a founding Governor American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, Former Governor American Chamber of Commece China in Beijing, Former faculty member: China Univesity of Politics & Law, East China University of Politics & Law, Jiatong University School of Law, Fudan University School of Law Macau University of Science & Technology Law Faculty, former Board member Jiaotong Unveristy School of Law, Senior Fellow at China Academy of Social Sciences. Legal Commentator China Central Television "CCTV". Legal professional resident in mainland China 25 years (Beijing & Shanghai). Edward Lehman is the distion of being the first foreigner to work at a Chinese law firm since 1949. Edward Lehman (email@example.com) counsels some of the world's leading companies on issues intellectual property and social media issues in China. Edward Lehman will present the master Class in Chinese and English.
In China Social media networks such as Weibo are expanding in Chinese language exponentially each day, China netizens have a unique what has been termed "cannibal" approach towards organizations and individuals to whom they feel wronged, and the Chinese laws, policies, regulations, and rules that govern them seem to change often as the government and rule makers attempt to keep up with the technology. China and foreign brand owners face challenges in Chinese social media promoting and protecting their names (in Chinese and English) and brands (in Chinese & English) in this new China created virtual space. China Intellectual property policies adopted by China social media sites are not always congruent with China protections afforded to China IP owners under applicable China, laws, policies, and regulations. On the flip side, traditional China administrative and civil IP laws and enforcement strategies do not always adequately address all the harms of which China brand owners complain in connection with China social media networks.
Join LEHMAN, LEE & XU China Intellectual Property Protection Group attorneys featuring Edward Lehman for a complete China look at case studies and handouts and templates to deal with these China issues and some practical China based recommendations for how to protect your Chinese & English brand and tailor your China enforcement strategies to address the unique Chinese language, Chinese cultural challenges presented by Chinese based social media networks.
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