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September 12th (a.m.) Plenary Session Room 309

8:00-9:30

Registration

9:30-9:35

Welcome Address by Bai Guangqing, President of Intellectual Property Publishing House

Host: Wu Handong, President of Zhongnan University of Economics and Law

9:35-9:50

· Opening Address by Tian Lipu, Commissioner of State Opening Address by Tian Lipu, Commissioner of State Intellectual Property Office Address by Meng Xiantang, Deputy Director-General of Department of High-Tech Industry, National Development and Reform Commission

9:50-10:20

· Improving Patent System to Enhance Driving Force of Innovation

David Kappos, Ex-director of USPTO and Partner of Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP

10:20-10:50

· Utilization of Industrial Property Information in Japan

Takeo DONOUE, Deputy Director General for Policy Coordination, General Coordination Division, Policy Planning and Coordination Department, Japan Patent Office

10:50-11:20

· Overview of the Past Five Years of "IP Strategy Implementation"

Huang Qing, Director of Protection and Coordination Department, State Intellectual Property Office

11:30-12:30

Lunch
September 12th (p.m.) Breakout Sessions & Round Tables

13:00—17:30

Breakout Session 1 Corporate Practice of IP Management Room 309
· Host: Jingshan Hu, Vice President and Head of Innovation Center China, Bayer Healthcare

· Alignment of Patent Strategy with General Strategy of the Enterprise

Arian Duijvestijn, IP&Standard General Manager, Philip Lighting

· Chinese Patent Information – a Challenge for Industry

Gerold Frers, Head of Patent Search & Information at Siemens AG

· Intellectual Property and Research & Development within Enterprise

Ben Wang, Head of Patents, Unilever R&D Center

· BYD Practice of Patent Information Utilization

Zhao Jie, Senior Manager, IP & Legal Department, BYD

· The Patent Cliff: Importance of Patents and Patent Information

Reiner Grabowski, Head of Patent Analysis Department, Novartis International AG

· How to Design Patent Strategy while Chinese Enterprises Exploring Domestic and Overseas Market

Shen Jianfeng, Director of IP Department, ZTE

· Establishing Incentive Mechanisms on Allocation and Enhancing the Innovation Capacity of Enterprises

Liu Xiaoyu, Senior Patent A orney at Intellectual Property Department, IBMChina

· Combining the Strengths of Industry and Academia via Partnering for Innovation Synergy

Jingshan Hu, Vice President and Head of Innovation Center China, Bayer Healthcare/Kang Jian, SeniorPatentCounsel, Bayer

13:00-17:30

Breakout Session 2 Analysis of Typical Cases on Patent Litigation Room 310

· Typical Patent Litigation Cases in China

Du Weike, Judge of Supreme People's Court

· Typical Patent Litigation Cases in Germany

Mathias Karlhuber, partner and lawyer of Cohausaz & Florack

· Comparison of Patent Litigation In the Most Common Jurisdictions In Today’s Patent Wars

Allon Stabinsky, director for patent litigation in Intel

· Characteristics of and Measures against Patent Litigation in Japan through Study of Typical Case

Yoshinori KOBAYASHI, Co-founder and Partner of Sonoda & Kobayashi IP Law/ Zhenxia ZHU PhD, Chinese patent attorney

· New Progress of Patent Litigation

Helen Cheng, partner of Zhong Lun Law Firm

13:00—17:30

Breakout Session 3 World IP Status Room 311A

· Cooperative Patent Classification: Where do we Stand?

Frédéric Lequeux, European Patent Office

· Unitary patent protection and Unified Patent Court: The EU Patent Package - Status and Prospects

Stefan Luginbuehl, European Patent Office

· How to Deal with Unitary Patent System

Sun Yiming, Founder and Manager of HUASUN Patent Attorneys & Attorneys-at-law

· What AIA Means to Chinese Companies

Bai Jianmin, Partner of Shanghai Office, Allen & Overy LLP

· Overview of American Invention Act

Wei Wei, Director of Image Section 1, Department of Examination on Telecommunication Invention, Patent O ce, SIPO

13:00—17:30

Breakout Session 4 Launch of Patent Information Products and Services Room 311B
·Host: Dr. Zhu Xinyu, Deputy Director of R&D Center, Intellectual Property Publishing House

· New R&D Activity or Business Development Trend of Information Service Providers

Dr. Xie Hongxia, Researcher at R&D Center, Intellectual Property Publishing House

· New STN Innovates Professional Patent Searching

Dr. Xie Hongxia, Researcher at R&D Center, Intellectual Property Publishing House

· Bio-Pharma Innovation Search Database and its Application

Sun Ruiyang, President of East Linden

· PatBase –Searching East and West Patent Data with One Powerful Single Database

Jochen Lennhof, MineSo

· Company and Product Introduction of Proquest Dialog

Proquest Dialog Stuart Doig

· Improve Patent Information Service and Product through Using Full-text Data of Japanese Patents

Paterra

· Introduction--IP Operation

Washida Kimihito, Managing Partner of Washida & Associate

· Solution for Full Life Circle of Corporate IP

Pang Junliang, Dawei So

· Company and Product Introduction of WIPS Co.,Ltd

Wang Jun-Kai, WIPS

· Introduction of NGB IP Research Institute and Our Services

Yuji ORITA, NGB

13:00-16:00

Exhibitor Workshop Room 307A

· Workshop by LexisNexis

· Workshop by KAIPS

· Workshop by WIPO

15:30—17:30

Round Table Room 307B

· Sharing of the Skills and Dilemma of Intellectual Property Management by Enterprises

Chair: Ben Wang, Head of Patents, Unilever R&D Center

18:30—20:30

· Banquet for networking

Location: Ballroom B, the First Floor,Tower C, China National Convention Center
Plenary Session Room 309
Tian LipuHaving joined what was then the Chinese Patent Office in 1981, Tian Lipu held several positions within the agency before it was renamed the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) in 1998. During that period Tian was a visiting scholar at Germany's prestigious Max-Planck Institute, and conducted research in the European Patent Office, the German Patent Office and the German Patent Court.
In 2005, Tian took over the post of Commissioner of SIPO and has subsequently brought to the role much of what he learnt during his earlier career. He has dramatically increased the agency's size, efficiency and quality. Under his leadership, SIPO has become one of the leading five patent issuing authorities in the world.

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Wu HandongPresident of Zhongnan University of Economics and Law

Wu Handong, Doctor of Law, Professor and Doctorate Candidate Supervisor; Director of the Center for Studies of Intellectual Property Rights of Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, which is the Key Research Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences in Universities by the Ministry of Education of China and the National Research Institute of Intellectual Property Rights Protection; Member of the Social Sciences Committee of the Ministry of Education; Honorary Chairman of Intellectual Property Rights Law Association of China Law Society (CLS); Special Consultation Expert of the Supreme People's Court and Supreme People's Procuratorate; Arbitrator of the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission of China . Professor Wu has published more than 10 books, including: Study on Fair Use of Copyright, Research on Intangible Property etc. and more than 100 articles in Chinese Social Science, Chinese Journal of Law and China Legal Science, etc. Many of his books and articles have won over 10 awards, mainly including National Prize for the First Excellent Doctorate Dissertation, the First Prize for Excellent Legal Research Achievements of the Ministry of Justice, the Book Prize of the First Government Award of Chinese Publication Industry, Second Prize for the Excellent Achievement of the Humanities and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education., and Second Prize of the First Chinese Law Achievements Award etc.
On the afternoon of May 26, 2006, Professor Wu was invited to deliver a speech to our national leaders on "Legislation and System Construction on the IP Protection in China" at the 31st Collective Study Meeting held by the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee. In 2011, Pro. Wu was honored as one of the "2010 China's 10 Most Influential People in IP" again, and was selected as one of the "Global 50 Most Influential People in IP" by MIP in 2009 and 2011.

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Huang QingDirector of Protection and Coordination Department, State Intellectual Property Office

Education: 1978-1982, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, Wuxi Institute of Light Industry. Major: Chemistry Degree: Bachelor of Science 1983-1986, Department of Chemistry & Environmental Engineering, Beijing Polytechnic University. Major: Environmental Engineering Degree: Master of Science Experience: 1986-1993, worked in the Department of Chemistry & Environmental Engineering, Beijing Polytechnic University. 1993-2000, worked in the Chemistry Examination Department 1,Chinese Patent Office, State Intellectual Property Office of the P. R. China. Position: Director 2000-2004, worked in the Preliminary Examination & Management Department, Chinese Patent Office, State Intellectual Property Office of the P. R. China Position: Director General 2004-2006, worked in the Information Technology Department, State Intellectual Property Office of the P. R. China Position: Director General 2006-2008, worked in the National IP Strategy Formulation Leading Group Office, the P. R. China Position: Director General 2008-present, working in the Protection & Coordination Department, State Intellectual Property Office of the P. R. China Position: Director General

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David J. KapposCompany,Title: partner at Cravath

David J. Kappos is a partner at Cravath. He is widely recognized as one of the world's foremost leaders in the field of intellectual property, including intellectual property management and strategy, the development of global intellectual property norms, laws and practices as well as commercialization and enforcement of innovation-based assets. Mr. Kappos supports the Firm's clients with a wide range of their most complex intellectual property issues. From August 2009 to January 2013, Mr. Kappos served as Under Secretary of Commerce and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In that role, he advised the President, Secretary of Commerce and the Administration on intellectual property policy matters. As Director of the USPTO, he led the Agency in dramatically reengineering its entire management and operational systems as well as its engagement with the global innovation community. He was instrumental in achieving the greatest legislative reform of the U.S. patent system in generations through passage and implementation of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, signed into law by the President in September 2011.

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Arian Duijvestijn Company,Title: responsible for all IP matters relating to Philips Lighting

Arian Duijvestijn graduated in technical physics from Delft Technical University. He joined Philips in 1986 and held various positions in development of optical drives before joining Philips Intellectual Property & Standards in 1993. After qualifying as a Dutch and European Patent Attorney, he was appointed as manager of Philips' patent portfolio related to semiconductors in 1998. In 2004 he joined the management team of Philips Intellectual Property & Standards and is currently responsible for all IP matters relating to Philips Lighting.

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Gerold Frers Head of Patent Search & Information at Siemens AG

University degree at the "Fachhochschule Wilhelmshaven Elektrotechnik".

Degree in Communication Engineering (FH).

1985: Patent Searcher in the Patent department of Siemens AG.

1996: Project Manager of "Electronic Patentinformation- IPAS BUS" at Siemens AG

Since 01.06.2007: Head of "Patent Search and Information" in the Patent Department of Siemens AG.

Memberships

Since 2001: member of the IMPACT-Group within the PDG und cooperation to various working groups on Patent Information.

Since 2006: Siemens Representative within the PDG (Patent Documentation Group) and Board member of the PDG.

2006 – 2011: member of the scienti_ c advisory council "FIZ Karlsruhe".

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Ben Wang Head of Patents for Unilever Research and Development Center

Ben Wang is currently Head of Patents for Unilever Research and Development Center in Shanghai, one of the Company's global innovation centers. Prior to coming to Shanghai, Mr. Wang had been practicing law in California for over ten years, serving as IP counsel for clients ranging from Silicon Valley startups to Fortune 500 companies. He is licensed to practice law in California and Washington, DC, and is also a registered US patent attorney. Mr. Wang obtained his BS degree from Fudan University, MS degree from Harvard University, and JD degree from Georgetown University. After law school, he served as a federal law clerk in Washington DC, and taught intellectual property law as a visiting professor at Tsinghua University. Mr. Wang also gained knowledge in European patent practice by working at a German law firm in Munich, prior to returning to private practice in San Francisco.

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Jie Zhao Company Title Intellectual Property and Legal Department of BYD Company Limited Senior Manager IP Researcher Associate; Intellectual Property Right Committee of Market Supervision Administration of Shenzhen Municipality Committee Member China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission- South China Branch Mediation Center Mediators

Jie Zhao has more than ten years track record of enterprise intellectual property protection and management. She is professional engaged in establishing and executing enterprise intellectual property strategy and competitive strategy and is skilled in overseas intellectual property distribution and protection. Moreover, she devotes to conducting studies on patent licensing and litigation. Thus, she is wise in IP dispute solutions. Ms Zhao participates in SIPO research projects and presents at several international IP conferences. She well knows IP protection procedures of European Union and the United States, especially in the field of mobile manufacture and motor vehicle.

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Dr. Reiner Grabowski Company,Title: heading the patent information analysis team of the Novartis Pharma division

Dr. Reiner Grabowski is heading the patent information analysis team of the Novartis Pharma division since 2009. In this function he is coordinating the patent search activities related to products after the early development stage. Reiner originally obtained his PhD in Microbiology at Marburg University/Germany. Having worked as a scientist for several years he joined Novartis in 2001 as a patent searcher. He is now managing the information needs of about 50 patent attorneys and additional scientists and external counsels.

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Shen Jianfeng Company,Title: Director of Intellectual Property Department of ZTE Corporation

Shen Jianfeng, director of Intellectual Property Department of ZTE Corporation, is wholly responsible for ZTE worldwide IP matters. He possesses more than 10 years experience as practitioner and manager in the field of Intellectual Property, and has profound theoretical attainments and rich practical experiences on enterprise innovation, intellectual property strategy development and implementation, management of enterprise intellectual property matters. Besides, he also has global view and hands-on experiences on IP negotiation and litigation.

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Xiaoyu Liu Senior Patent Attorney China Intellectual Property Department, IBM

Xiaoyu Liu joined in China Intellectual Property Legal Affairs Department, IBM in 2004. She is currently senior patent attorney at China Intellectual Property Department, IBM and responsible for patent business affairs for IBM China. Formerly, she held a post in State Intellectual Property Office, P. R. C. Mr. Liu obtained her bachelor degree in Electronics Engineering from Xidian University and master degree in Communication and Electronic System from Beijing Institute of Technology.

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Yan Zhang Company, Title: Intellectual Property (IP) Law Department of IBM Asia-Pacific Region Director

Yan Zhang joined IBM (China) Co., Ltd. in September 2000, serving as a senior IP law counsel and establishing IP law department. Later, she runs and develops business in Hong Kong, South Korea, and India.

At present she holds the position of director, IP law department of IBM Asia-Pacific region and is responsible for all of IBM's IP matters and issues across the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan). In that role, she supervises patent and trademark application, examination and approval, renewal, management, implementation and IP rights issues. She also leads local applicants to discover, assess, compose and apply for inventions. Besides, she offers professional guidance on patent, trademark, and copyright infringement analysis and dispose, IP licensing and technology transfer, IP training and supervision. She participates in examination on intellectual property clauses related to commercial contracts and involves in the business negotiation. She proposes the solutions on IP matters relating to open source code and technical normS.

Ms Zhang graduated in Engineering at Tsinghua University and has Master of Engineering degree from the Chinese Academy of Sciences. She also obtains Master's degree in IP law at Franklin Pierce Law Center. Ms Zhang is qualified as a lawyer and patent attorney in China.

Ms Zhang previously worked for six years as a patent examiner in the State Intellectual Property Office of China (SIPO) and for seven years as a vice director for International Cooperation Division in SIPO.

Ms Zhang is vice chairman of Association of Quality Brands Protection Committee Enterprises with Foreign Investment. Previously she served as the chairwoman of Patent and Innovation Committee of Quality Brands Protection Committee for 3 years.

Corporate Practice of IP Management
Jennifer Hu Company,Title: Vice President; Head of Innovation Center China, Global Drug Discovery, Bayer Healthcare

Dr. Jing-Shan Hu brings 20 years of experience in partnering, licensing, management, & research in pharmaceutical MNCs & biotech companies. She joined Bayer Healthcare in Oct 2011 as VP and Head of Global Drug Discovery Innovation Center China, responsible for partnering with innovative organizations in Greater China for Global Drug Discovery of Bayer HealthCare. She was Director of Licensing & External Research at Merck & Co/MSD prior. Previously, she worked at Roche Palo Alto as Head of Functional Biology after being Research Leader of Toxicogenomics; at Affymetrix as Program Manager, and at Human Genome Sciences as Scientist of Protein Therapeutics & VEGF-2 Project Leader. She served in 2006-2007 as the President of Sino-American Pharmaceutical Professionals Association – West (SAPA-West). Dr. Hu obtained her post-doctoral training at Harvard Medical School, PhD degree from Univ. of Texas at MD Anderson Cancer Center, and BS degree in Biochemistry from Peking Univ.