IPKey China and the Quality Brands Protection Committee (QBPC) will partner in the organisation of the "2018 China Forum on IP Criminal Protection", that is set to take place out of Renaissance Suzhou Wujiang (Jiangsu) on July 10-13.
The Forum will gather together more than 300 participants from Chinese and foreign Law Enforcement bodies, Prosecutor offices, Customs, IP Courts, e-commerce platforms, IP Right holders and law profession, as well as Embassy representatives, WIPO and INTERPOL.
The forum, organised annually by QBPC and, this year for the first time in collaboration with IPKey China, will focus on international knowledge sharing on IP criminal prosecution, including e-commerce and internet piracy, cross-border investigations, fight to transnational organised crime, new trends and Tools to support IPR owners and enforcement authorities.
The European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights has been invited to coordinate with IPKey the session “China-EU Collaboration on IP Law Enforcement” that will showcase contributions from Spanish Police, Italian National Customs, National Prosecutor Office of the Netherlands, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), EUROPOL as well as, a panel discussions with China’s law enforcement authorities from the Economic Crime Division of the Ministry of Public Security, General Customs and Procuratorates.
For more information:
- Agenda 2018 China Forum on Criminal IP Protection [PDF - 143KB] [CN]
- Agenda 2018 China Forum on Criminal IP Protection [PDF - 186KB] [EN]
- International Cooperation on IPR Enforcement - Massimo Antonelli [PDF - 3.1MB] [EN,CN]
- Online Investigations and Prosecutions - Erling Vestergaard [PDF - 5.3MB] [EN,CN]
- Trends On Counterfeit Goods - Massimo Antonelli [PDF - 2MB] [EN,CN]