Seminar offers insight into Asian property market
Intellectual property firm Marks & Clerk is hosting a seminar on Wednesday (28 September) to help companies looking to carry out business in Asia.
The seminar, at the firm’s Alpha Tower office in Suffolk Street, is about how to protect intellectual property rights in Asia.
The panel of speakers includes attorneys from the firm’s offices in Asia, who will explain what businesses need to know regarding intellectual property when exporting or importing to and from the Asian markets.
Another speaker will be Hari Rai, from the Department of International Trade.
Marks & Clerk has the largest firm of patent attorneys in Asia, and has offices in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
Its attorneys are fluent in English, Malay, Mandarin and Cantonese and can advise on aspects of IP protection, portfolio management and strategy across a full range of industry sectors.
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Stephen Blake, chartered patent attorney from Marks & Clerk’s Birmingham office, said: “This seminar is a must for companies looking to do business in Asian markets.
“Our speakers include patent attorneys from our Hong Kong and Singapore offices and also an expert from UKTI, all discussing what you need to do to protect your IP and avoid pitfalls when doing business in Asia.”