Protecting your IP in China

Agreements, registrations and practical tips on how to protect your brands.

With more than 20 years of experience in IP protection, Dan Harris knows a thing or two about how to protect your business and product in and from China.

Founder of The China Law Blog and of the Harris Bricken law firm, Mr. Harris is one of the most important voices on the precautions every business in the US and in Europe should take when doing business in or with China.

The challenges in working with China are legal and contractual, but often cultural as well and it’s important not to assume the precautions taken in the West will be enough when working abroad, since intellectual property is guided by national laws.

The structure of the webinar

  • Documentation and registrations to be used in China.
  • About NNN agreements, manufacturing agreements, licensing agreements, product development agreements, and more.
  • How to transform your trade secrets into protectable property.


The Speaker

Dan Harris

Founder of Harris Bricken and The China Law Blog

Besides being an influential international lawyer, Dan Harris is widely known as the writer of the China Law Blog, where he educates readers on intellectual property management and protections. Harris' firm, Harris Bricken, is an international law firm with lawyers in Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Beijing and Barcelona.
The Speaker

Conrado Lamas

VP of Communications at Red Points

Conrado has been working in communications and digital marketing for more than 10 years and is the head of Red Points' Comms Department. Red Points is a technology solution that detects and enforces more than 200,000 brand infringements every month for more than 300 clients.