“Why bother?” is the typical response when speaking about IP protection in China - especially with respect to the manufacture of products. However, there are practical legal and business reasons to protect patents, trademarks and copyrights in China of which practitioners should be aware.
Join Tarter Krinsky partner Amy Goldsmith as she reviews the current state of the law from registration to enforcement by foreign rights holders.
I. Discuss the three classifications of patent protection and the impact of Chinese law on the nature and enforcement of patents
II. Grasp enforcement and importance of preventive measures
III. Review U.S. Customs Seizures of 2013
Successful, profitable businesses share certain characteristics: immediately recognizable brands, desirable products or services, and a strategic plan which minimizes legal risks. Amy B. Goldsmith, a Partner at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP, provides practical legal advice and connections to grow clients’ businesses with an emphasis on intellectual property. She will advise you whether your trademark is available in the US and globally, if patents should be a part of your strategy, and if your design team’s new product shares too many features of the competition’s copyrighted bestseller. She will design contracts that make sense. If a dispute is on the horizon, she will be by your side until a fair resolution is reached.
Ms. Goldsmith protects the global interests of national and international clients in a variety of industries, including pet products, fashion, financial services, marketing automation, publishing, medical devices, and consumer and designer goods.
She is a director of the New York Women's Bar Association. She is also a member of the New York City and American Bar associations, a Superlawyer and is on the Board of Directors of Savvy Ladies, a non-profit whose mission is to educate women to be financially savvy.
She is a frequent lecturer on intellectual property topics for Lawline, and she is the author of several articles pertaining to intellectual property for Tableware Today magazine.
Ms. Goldsmith received her B.S. from Cornell University in 1982 and her J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 1985.
Before joining Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, Ms. Goldsmith was a Partner at Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, P.C.
Very good overview as long as it's still valid. Program dates from 2014 and China trade issues and practices change rapidly.
Great program with lots of substantive law and good practical advice.
Good overview of realities of IP protection in China.
This speaker knows exactly what she is advocating and shows her actual practice in this ever changing areas. I hope she develops more video presentations.
Would be great to hear more from Amy - particularly an update on developments in China IP law and its specialized courts
Keep up good work!
excellent, logical, very well presented; good at highlighting important issues. The lecturer can speak conceptually, and pragmatically. Excellent.
Crisp delivery and clear explanation of the basics.
This is incredibly useful information. CLE at its best!
Complicated subject matter, but she did a good job of giving a solid overview in the time allowed. Would recommend to others as a starting point on this topic.
Very basic but thorough
Amy Goldsmith is a terrific lecturer and I look forward to hearing more of her lectures.
This lecture is packed with very important information for anyone seeking to register IP in China.
Very interesting and informative course.
Very useful information, even for experienced attorneys.
program went quickly. maybe 90 minutes with more examples of key points. definitely oriented to IP lawyers with baseline IP experience
very good, at discussing all the warts of the Chinese legal process. overall, very depressing, and discouraging.
Excellent lecture! The speaker clearly set forth the frightening dangers to US IP rights in China.
lots of information
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