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Drafting and Prosecution in China: Special Features in the Chemical Arts

Original Air Date 9/27/2022
This course has expired and is no-longer eligible for CLE.

China is an important jurisdiction that patent protection should be considered, particularly for chemical and pharmaceutical inventions. With more than 30 years of development, China has some unique aspects with respect to patent, which are advisable to be known by patent practitioners to avoid pitfalls when prosecuting in China. This webinar is going to discuss aspects to help patent practitioners to do so, preferably at drafting.

Presented by: Toby Mak, Tee & Howe Intellectual Property Attorneys

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