South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk on February 16th at BIC Euronova
10/02/2016 BIC Euronova | General
GENERAL IP LANDSCAPE IN ASIA
Tuesday 16th February at BIC EURONOVA
Overviewing Industrial and Intellectual Property Rights in Asia, mainly China and South-East Asia.
Enterprises interested in manufacturing or commercialising their products in asia often need information and advice in issues such as patent infringement, infringement of intellectual property[, counterfeiting], etc. Elio de Tullio, lawyer and specialist, will deliver a conference about his professional experience and an overview of the current landscape in the area and issues to be borne in mind.
In addition, Mr Elio de Tullio will deliver clinic sessions that will last 30 minutes approximately to those enterprises that wish to apply for it via email@example.com (subject to availability).
10:00 a.m. Introduction and induction talk from Mr Álvaro Simón, CEO of BIC EURONOVA
10.15 a.m. General IP Landscape in Asia, Mr Elio de Tullio
11.30 a.m. Open discussion
11.45 a.m. Coffee break
12:00 p.m. Individual case sessions (IPR clinics)
14:00 p.m. End of the Helpdesk
No admission fee, application and confirmation via firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE IN ENGLISH
China IPR SME Helpdesk and South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk projects are co-funded by the European Union and supply European SMEs with free and practical advice about Industrial and Intellectual Property Rights in China (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) and all the South East Asia.
Expert: Mr Elio de Tullio
Elio de Tullio is an Italian lawyer admitted at the bar of Bari and trade mark attorney. After 10 years of experience in IP matters, he founded in 2005 the law firm De Tullio & Partners, with offices in Rome and Bari and a liaison office in New York. Managing Partner of De Tullio & Partners, he acts as trade mark attorney in the strategic assessment of IP protection and in prosecution and opposition processes at domestic and international level. He is also a litigation lawyer before the Italian Courts specialised in Intellectual Property. He specialises on general patent issues (from a strategy, business intelligence, competition, prosecution and filing perspective), trademarks and designs. He has written several articles on Italian and European law on design which has been translated into various Asian languages. In addition, he often represents his clients in Vietnam, Singapore and Malaysia.Commentaries (0)