China continues its ascent as a world economic power, rocketing to the position of #2 on the world business stage with an average annual GDP growth rate of 10%. Doing business with Chinese companies-or simply doing business alongside or in competition with Chinese companies in the global
marketplace-is a reality full of opportunities and challenges for U.S. corporations. In-house counsel are a critical part of any global business dealings. In this Webinar we are fortunate to have two deeply qualified speakers who can walk us through critical areas of doing business with China with an emphasis
intellectual property protection. Picking business partners as well as writing business and employment contracts will be discussed. Dan Harris of Harris & Moure pllc is an awardwinning writer on China law, quoted frequently by leading business and legal publications such as The Wall Street Journal® and The National Law Journal®. Joining Dan is Andrea Charters, associate general counsel with Rosetta Stone,
a leading global language learning solution company. Please join Dan and Andrea on Feb. 20 at 2 P.M. (ET) for our complimentary Webinar titled "Conducting Business with China: A Legal Overview for In-House Teams."
Topics to be covered will include:
Choosing a Chinese partner
Identifying what you need to protect
Structuring your deal or contract
Writing an arbitration clause
Understanding the China International & Arbitration
Executing key elements in employee contracts
IP registrations: trademarks, patents, copyrights and
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Wed., Feb. 20, 2013
2 - 3:35 P.M. ET
Complimentary CLE Eligible
Earn 1.5 credit hours
Andrea Charters, Esq., Vice
President, Associate General
Rosetta Stone Inc.
Dan Harris, Esq.
Harris & Moure, pllc
Co-author China Law Blog
The faculty will also take your questions on this important topic.
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