Webinar: Avoiding Education IP “Pitfalls” and “Red Flags” in China
Date & Time:
|8 AM – 9 AM (Beijing Time) 24th February 2021|
9 PM – 10 PM(Beijing Time) 25th February 2021
|Avoiding Education IP “Pitfalls” and “Red Flags” in China|
|Mr. Elliot Papageorgiou, Head of Intellectual Property and Partner of global law firm Clyde & Co., has been involved in many education service / content / media projects in China over his 26+ year professional career, 16+ of which in China. Over the years, Elliot had repeatedly witnessed international education providers come to the negotiation table un- or under- prepared. In this webinar, Elliot will share with us on how to prepare a “China-ready” Educational IP portfolio, including how to extend, perfect and formalise your Copyright, Brands, Designs, how to maximise the opportunities and avoid the “pitfalls” and “red flags” when bringing your institution’s IP to China.|
|Elliot Papgeorgiou |
|Free of Charge|
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