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We are pleased to invite you to our November Luncheon with Mr. Kenji Kuroda, Founding Partner and Representative Attorney of Kuroda Law Offices and Kuroda Patent Offices, who will deliver a speech titled “Patent Infringement Litigation in Japan, Taiwan and China”.
With the spread of globalization, there are more and more intellectual property disputes that go borderless. Once an intellectual property dispute arises, it is no longer confined to one country, but requires strategic planning across many different countries. As the representative attorney of a law firm with locations in Japan, Taiwan and China, Mr. Kuroda will talk about pertinent issues, such as a) how to detect acts of infringement, b) whether patent right holders should start litigation in Japan, Taiwan or China, c) preparations that should be made before a patent infringement suit begins, d) differences in systems for exercising rights in Japan, Taiwan and China, and e) points to win patent infringement litigation.
In order to guarantee the safety of our participants in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, a set of sanitary measures (detailed below) will be implemented. We thank you very much in advance for your kind understanding and cooperation, and look forward to welcoming you!
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Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 12:00-14:00
Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo, Rooms “Conway 2&3”, 27F (MAP)
• Members: JPY 6,500, or 1 SCCIJ Voucher 2020
In order to ensure the safety of all participants in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Shangri-La Hotel Tokyo has adopted precautionary measures, including social distancing, masks, and regular facilities disinfection. Please find the exhaustive list in this document, which we strongly encourage all our guests to read.
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Biography of the Speaker:
In 1983, Mr. Kenji Kuroda passed the National Bar Examination at 20 years of age, the youngest successful candidate to date in the country. After developing practical experience as an attorney, he attended law school in China (Fudan University Faculty of Law, Advanced Study Course), Denmark and the United States (Duke University Law School). Following his admission to the bar in New York in the United States, Mr. Kuroda founded Kuroda Law Offices and Kuroda Patent Offices in 1995, later establishing a Shanghai office in 2004 and opening the first Japanese law firm in Taiwan in 2009, specializing in cutting-edge fields, such as Chinese law, information technology, and intellectual property, with the aim of providing strategies tailored to the customer’s needs.