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What current Chinese Government policies mean for foreign businesses in China – an IP perspective

‘Made in China 2025’, ‘One Belt One Road’ – plans we have all heard much of.

In this session, partner Elliot Papageorgiou from our Shanghai office will be discussing what the Chinese government’s policies mean for foreign companies in China.

In particular, he will also be exploring these policies from an IP perspective.

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Elliot Papageorgiou, Partner, Shanghai

Elliot has practised intellectual property (IP) law on 4 Continents since 1995 – first in Australia, then Europe, and since 2005 in China.

From Clyde & Co’s China offices Elliot now advises international clients on contentious and non-contentious IP matters, with a focus on strategic protection, exploitation, and enforcement of patents, trademarks, copyright as well as trade secrets. He advises on strategies for optimizing IP portfolios across the Asia Pacific region, as well as cross-border patent, trade mark and copyright disputes.

He represents a number of Fortune 500 companies and other MNCs on China IP litigation and especially Patent litigation. His expertise includes Intellectual Property (IP) protection & enforcement in China and in Asia-Pacific, especially IP and Patent Litigation and Cross-border IP Protection Strategies, IP Portfolio Optimisation and Monetisation Strategies.