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IP Training Programme - Fundamental Programme 100 Series


IP Management and Protection in the Mainland

21, 23, 28 and 30 Jun 2022 (Online Class) [REGISTRATION IS CLOSED]

This course aims to introduce the registration methods, protection mechanisms, management strategies and enforcement actions of IP rights in the Mainland, allowing participants to fully grasp the fundamental knowledge of the IP System in the Mainland. 

IP102 - IP Management and Protection in the Mainland

Course Contents

Lecture I

Date: 21 Jun 2022 (Tue)

Time: 14:30-17:00

Webinar via Zoom

Topic: IP Registration in Mainland China

  • Requirements and conditions of IP registration
  • Application procedures and time lines for different IP registration
  • Frequent problems and practical tips in IP registration
  • IP registration services in Mainland China
  • Cases studies

Speaker: Ms. Annie Tsoi

Lecture II

Date: 23 Jun 2022 (Thu)

Time: 14:30-17:00

Webinar via Zoom

Topic: Protecting IP rights in Mainland China

  • Protection mechanism available for different IP rights
  • Legal framework for protecting IP rights in Mainland China
  • Common cases of IP infringement
  • Methods in handling IP disputes
  • Cases studies

Speaker: Mr. Lewis Wai-Hong Ho

Lecture III

Date: 28 Jun 2022 (Tue)

Time: 14:30-17:00

Webinar via Zoom

Topic: Business Strategies in Managing IP in Mainland China

  • Common IP related issues in cross border trading
  • Strategies for developing and protecting the IP
  • Practical IP management advice on cross border trading and investment
  • Cases studies

Speaker: Ms. Dora Si

Lecture IV

Date: 30 Jun 2022 (Thur)

Time: 14:30-17:00

Webinar via Zoom

Topic: IP Legislation and Enforcement in Mainland China

  • Roles and functions of IP administration and enforcement agencies in Mainland China
  • Common enforcement options and their effectiveness:
    1. Civil procedures
    2. Administrative measures
    3. Customs enforcement
    4. Criminal procedures
  • Methods of reporting and requirements for evidence
  • Cases studies

Speaker: Dr. Lawrence Yeung


Ms. Annie Tsoi

Ms. Tsoi is a partner of Wilkinson & Grist, her practice focuses on a wide range of intellectual property matters in Hong Kong and Mainland China, including strategizing on protection and enforcement, negotiation, acquisition and exploitation of intellectual property rights. Ms. Tsoi is experienced in management of IP portfolios, and represents numerous local and international market leaders in the fashion, sportswear, financial, electronics, foods and beverages, hotels and entertainment industries. Ms. Tsoi is a council member of the Licensing Executives Society China (Hong Kong Sub-Chapter).

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Mr. Lewis Wai-Hong Ho

Mr. Ho is a partner of Loeb & Loeb and he leads the life sciences and intellectual property practices in Asia. He helps life sciences and technology companies and their financial sponsors to capture, manage, risk assess, evaluate and monetize their IP assets. His practice focuses on negotiating technology transfer transactions and enforcing IP rights. Mr. Ho has extensive experience advising on both inbound and outbound IP-driven transactions, and has frequently negotiated M&A, collaboration, outsourcing, joint venture and licensing deals. He also assists Chinese companies acquiring IP assets and manufacturing facilities overseas. Prior to joining Loeb & Loeb LLP, Mr. Ho served as a resident partner in the Shanghai and Beijing offices of a major international law firm.
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Ms. Dora Si

Dora’s practice covers all aspects of IP protection and enforcement.  Dora is specialised in trade mark counselling, clearance, filing strategy and trade mark portfolio management for clients in a variety of industries, including food products, public transport, banks, real estate service, construction materials, fashion, cosmetics, sports equipment, hotels, and other consumer products and services.  In particular, Dora advises on brand protection and anti-counterfeiting strategies, domain name disputes, copyright protection, data protection and internet issues in the PRC.  Dora has also handled complex cross-border infringement issues, and managed AIC raid actions and contentious proceedings in various parts of China.

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Dr. Lawrence Yeung

Dr. Yeung is a partner of ONC Lawyers.  He has been focusing on IP for more than 15 years, and his niche areas of practice include enforcement and litigation in Hong Kong and the Mainland China, intellectual property (IP) portfolio, IP asset management, worldwide IP protection strategies, copyright, patent (PCT) filings, trademark and licensing, domain names, design protection, and geographical indications and certification trademark applications. Dr. Yeung has rendered substantial IP advice to several FORTUNE 500 companies and manages regional and international IP portfolio for prominent domestic and foreign enterprises. Dr. Yeung also successfully handled infringement cases for well-known local and overseas brands in Hong Kong and the Mainland.

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Course Information

Course Structure

Course consists of 4 lectures, 2.5 hours per lecture, total 10 hours

Course Format

Webinar via Zoom




Participants will receive a certificate awarded by the organiser upon completion of the entire course (4 lectures).


Free for members of "IP Manager Scheme"; $100 for non-members




The organiser reserves the final rights to change the course details and arrangements.


This training course is registered as a CPD course of the Hong Kong Mediation Centre (2.5 points per lecture; 10 points in total).

This training course is registered as a CPD course of the Law Society of Hong Kong (2.5 points per lecture; 10 points in total).


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