Video: Supporting Departments of Energy and Commerce Trade Mission to China on Clean Energy: IP Challenges and Opportunities for U.S. Companies Doing Business in China

Delegates in the US Department of Energy/Department of Commerce Trade Mission to China in April, 2015 expressed interest in further discussion of the management of intellectual property when an American company does business in China. The Chinese IP legal environment continues to evolve, with the addition of new IP courts, stronger enforcement and good and improving success rates for foreign patent holders in litigation in China. Produced by the US-China Clean Energy Forum for DOE and CERC, experts shed light on the current status of IP protection in China and provided their insights into best practices to protect IP when you take your business to China.

Topics presented, below, were followed by a lively panel discussion in this :90 video.

IP in China, a rapidly evolving story – an overview of the legal environment in China, including the litigation landscape, the new IP courts, and strategies to reduce risk for your business. Benjamin Bai, Partner, Allen & Overy LLP
Preserving Trade Secret – Smart management strategies and practices to protect trade secrets. Leslie Benton, Vice President, Advocacy & Stakeholder Engagement,
Managing Patents – Strategies in establishing your business presence in China. Erik R. Puknys, Managing Partner, Palo Alto Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP.
A Business Perspective – deciding to bring your business and IP into China’s market. Christine M. Lhulier, Corporate Counsel, DuPont Industrial Bioscience at DuPont.
The US-China Clean Energy Research Center – A new approach to joint innovation that puts a spotlight on IP management. Stacy Baird, Executive Director of the US-China Clean Energy Forum (CEF) Intellectual Property Program