Event Details

AmCham China is pleased to welcome United States Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator (IPEC) Danny Marti for a discussion on IPR enforcement challenges, including e-commerce, enforcement coordination and policy development. Marti is the top White House official dedicated to developing the Administration’s intellectual property enforcement strategy and is responsible for coordinating the efforts of the US government criminal, national security and economic agencies engaged in intellectual property policy and enforcement. Marti was nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate in 2015.

Marti is joined by additional experts and officials from the White House, US Patent and Trademark Office and US Department of State. In Beijing July 17-19, and subsequently Shanghai and Hong Kong, Marti will also meet Chinese officials responsible for IPR enforcement and policy coordination, as well as e-commerce platforms. This is an exclusive opportunity for AmCham members and employees to hear insights from a top official on US-China IP cooperation.

ONLY for card-holders and employees of member companies.

Agenda

12 PM - 12:30 PM
Registration
12:30 PM - 1 PM
Presentation and Discussion
1 PM - 2 PM
Q&A

Speakers

  • Danny Marti (U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator at Executive Office of the President)

    Danny Marti

    U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator at Executive Office of the President

    Danny Marti currently serves as the U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator within the Executive Office of the President. Mr. Marti was nominated by President Obama in August 2014, and Mr. Marti took office in March 2015 following unanimous (92-0) confirmation by the United States Senate. The Office of the U.S. Intellectual Property Coordinator is charged with developing the Administration’s intellectual property enforcement strategy and is the primary office responsible for coordinating the efforts of the U.S. Government criminal, national security, and economic agencies engaged in intellectual property policy and enforcement.

    Prior to joining the Administration, Mr. Marti was a Partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, where he specialized in the protection, management and enforcement of intellectual property in the United States and abroad. Mr. Marti advised clients in connection with international trademark portfolio management, licensing, and other intellectual property-based transactions, and represented clients in a wide range of cases involving trademarks, false advertising, unfair competition, copyrights, trade secrets, cybersquatting and computer fraud and abuse matters before various U.S. federal courts, as well as the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board and the World Intellectual Property Organization. Within Kilpatrick Townsend, Mr. Marti held multiple leadership roles, including serving as the Managing Partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office and Co-Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Asset Acquisitions & Transactions Group.

    Mr. Marti has served on several professional associations and charitable boards, including the International Trademark Association and the American Cancer Society’s National Capital Region Corporate Council. Mr. Marti received a B.A. from Georgetown University and a J.D. from Emory University School of Law.

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  • Deanna Wong (Partner at Hogan Lovells)

    Deanna Wong

    Partner at Hogan Lovells

    As a partner of the Hogan Lovells Hong Kong office and a director of Hogan Lovells Shanghai Intellectual Property Service Co., Deanna Wong has been in this field for more than 15 years. She first qualified in New Zealand (with a law degree and a science degree in biochemistry and genetic molecular biology) and has been in Greater China since 1999.

    Wong focuses on the international aspect of the firm's IP asset management, commercial exploitation, development and enforcement of different types of intellectual property rights. She is also responsible for the Hogan Lovells Non-Contentious Registration practice in Greater China. With her science background, Wong also advises and coordinates the clients' commercial exploitation of their technology portfolio.

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Tickets

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Member Price RMB 50
Member Price (Pay at the door) RMB 50
Employee of Member Company
Standard Price RMB 50
Door Price RMB 50

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