Seminars

Date
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Title
Basic Practice and Knowledge for Protecting Design Rights in China
Presented by
Representative Attorney Kenji Kuroda
Hosted by
the Business Research Institute
Venue
Ivy Hall (Omotesando)

Seminar outline

Based on his considerable experience in intellectual property law and Chinese legal affairs, representative attorney and founding partner Kenji Kuroda provides valuable information on basic practice and knowledge for protecting design rights in China. This seminar provides an outline of the design system in China (including comparisons with the Japanese system and recent trends in design applications in China), and details on acquiring design rights in China (including the importance of applying for design rights, filing procedures and registration requirements), protecting design rights, and strategies to protect against infringement of design rights (by administrative action, judicial action or unfair competition prevention law).

  1. Outline of the design right system in China
  2. Acquiring design rights in China
  3. Protecting design rights
  4. Measures against design right infringements