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Why China Trademark Owners Need to Be Concerned About Privacy Law
LEHMAN, LEE & XU China invites you to our complimentary Intellectual Property Master Class in Being China.
Privacy affects virtually every type of company and organization in China these days, not just China advertisers and China e-tailers. China Trademark owners may suffer significant China brand damage due to a privacy violation, data security breach in China, or controversy under Chinese laws, policies and regulations. China brands may also be participating in ICANN's roll-out of new generic top level domains (gTLDs) which can lead to new privacy concerns under Chinese laws, regulations and policies: China brands that obtain a new gTLD must also assume the role of registry operator, which may require compliance with Chinese and global privacy laws not usually encountered by major China brands.
Join LEHMAN, LEE & XU China intellectual property attorneys, along with Edward Lehman (firstname.lastname@example.org) managing director of LEHMAN, LEE & XU a 25 year legal intellectual property professional resident in mainland China. Edward Lehman is also the legal affairs commentator for China Central Television, for an China based update on important China privacy laws, China enforcement actions and other China legal developments from the perspective of China trademark owners, in addition to some of the privacy issues a registry operator may face under China's laws, regulations and policies.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
8.30am to 10am at China Ministry of Foreign Affairs Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Compound 10-2,
LEHMAN, LEE & XU Building, 22 Dong Fang Dong Lu
For reservations contact Claire Yao email@example.com