AMS attorney Tom M. Schaumberg will be presenting at the Boston Bar Association’s April 18 program on Intellectual Property Protection in China: Successes and Challenges. Tom will address China-specific aspects of Section 337 litigation as part of a panel entitled “Enforcing US IP Rights at Home.” Other panelists include Conrad Wong (Attorney Advisor, USPTO); Jordan Hirsch (Partner, Wilmer Hale); Special Agent Aaron Lindaman (Homeland Security Investigations); and Amy Burkart (Assistant U.S. Attorney, Cybercrime Unit, U.S. Attorney’s Office).
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Boston Bar Association and the U.S. Commercial Service for Massachusetts are bringing together thought leaders and policy makers on China IP issues from U.S. Government, academics, and the private sector to share their insights on critical issues involving China IP that will benefit U.S. IP rights holders. The Boston event is part of the U.S. PTO China team’s nationwide efforts to help U.S. businesses and inventors understand how they can obtain and enforce IP rights in China.
For more information, including the event schedule and registration details, click here.
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