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Managing intellectual property in China

Seminar / Training - Managing intellectual property in China
Seminar / Training

By : Ecole de Paris du Management

Date : 2009

Location : France / Paris

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Description :

During this seminar speakers gave their most current point of view on the opportunities and challenges of technology transfer with China.

Keywords :

technology transfer with China, intellectual property in china, Chinese legislation, copyright

Keywords inside documents :

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Associated industries : Business law - China - Law - Legal & Regulatory -

Even though Chinese legislation has undergone important changes and theoretically guarantees the respect of intellectual property, many companies are uncertain that their rights can be defended in a country whose culture and traditions are very different from those of the West.

 

The recent misfortunes of certain Western companies, highlighted in the press, have prompted companies to exercise caution. Françoise Moisand and Franck Tetaz, specialists in technology transfer and intellectual property management, organised a conference in Shanghai in November 2009 with other leading French specialists in this field. What follows is their most current point of view on the opportunities and challenges of technology transfer with China.

 

About speakers:

Françoise MOISAND

Having graduated with a Ph.D. in biology and a Masters in economics, she was in charge of Inserm's technology transfer office, one of the first of its kind. She later was the project manager of an exploratory Inserm mission to understand technology transfer processes and the biomedical innovation environment in China.

 

Franck TETAZ

Has a PhD in chemistry (Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble). He was an adviser in industrial property and a representative of the EPO (European Patent Office). He is a partner in the Cabinet Regimbeau. He was in charge of industrial property for Aventis CropScience in Lyon, and in particular its genome activities.

 

Presentation from Françoise MOISAND and Franck TETAZ followed by Q&A session.

 

The document is a report of the speakers’ presentations and the Q&A Session.

 


 

Compte-Rendu du séminaire "Gérer sa propriété intellectuelle en Chine"

Company Description : Le rapport inclut un compte-rendu des interventions et de la session de Questions/Réponses. (12 pages)

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : Élisabeth BOURGUINAT

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Languages : French

Report from "Managing intellectual property in China" Seminar

Company Description : The document is a report of the speakers’ presentations and the Q&A Session. (12 pages)

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : written by Élisabeth BOURGUINAT and translated by Rachel MARLI

PDF 12p

Languages : English

Organizer : Ecole de Paris du Management

The École de Paris du management was created in 1993. Under its auspices, researchers and professionals talk about subjects which open the way for discussion ensuring a high quality of oral and written work. Although short-term concerns are the basis for these exchanges, the approach adopted reflects long-term issues. These include helping change the views which researchers, participants and public opinion have of the way in which private and public affairs are conducted