Earlier this week, I had the honor of speaking on Chinese patent litigation as well as providing the closing remarks at the International Intellectual Property Law Association's 2nd Global IP Summit 2016 in London. The attendees and presenters were an amazing group of IP professionals, and I thank the IIPLA for doing such a great job putting on such an amazing conference. As I promised the people who attended my presentations, I am making my slides available on this blog.
My panel discussion on Chinese patent litigation as well as my closing remarks presentation on international patent litigation are available below:
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Erick Robinson is an experienced American trial lawyer and U.S. patent attorney based in Beijing. He is a Partner and Head of the Patent Practice at SIPS, a leading Hong Kong-based firm with offices in Beijing and Shanghai where he manages patent litigation, licensing, and prosecution throughout China.
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