Kilpatrick Townsend Visits Guangdong Intellectual Property Office

by: Kilpatrick Townsend

On September 14, Ken Chang, Charles Gray, and Fei Shen visited Guangdong Province Intellectual Property Office to discuss hosting joint seminars across respective jurisdictions, the second of such meetings between the firm and the Guangdong government. Guangdong province, bordering Hong Kong, is one of the high-tech manufacturing hubs of China and its companies often are targets of U.S. International Trade Commission investigations for patent infringement. Ken Chang presented an in-depth analysis on  ITC 337 investigations which was well-received by several high-level officials of the government, and laid further groundwork in building a strong relationship between the firm and the provincial government. The visit was featured in the State Intellectual Property Office’s website. To read the article, please click here.

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