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Wilson Gunn is delighted to be teaming up with the China British Business Council to host an event in Manchester on Intellectual Property protection in China.
Partner, James Robey, will speak on intellectual property protection, providing practical advice on how to mitigate risk and seize opportunities in China.
Alongside James, Tom Duke, the UK Intellectual Property Attaché based at the British Embassy in Beijing, will discuss recent IP developments in China along with future reforms and developments in the coming year.
After the seminar, James will provide one to one sessions with guests who are keen to best protect their intellectual property.
The event will take place on 25th February at 08.00am – 11.00am.
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You can register for the event on the CBBC website, please click here.