Join us on September 14, 2021 for a discussion on the fourth amendments of Chinese Patent Law, led by Hui Wang and Xu Li of Foundin IP.
Foundin IP is a comprehensive intellectual property firm that handles international patent matters. With many years of experience and more than 160 employees, Foundin IP is headquartered in Beijing with branches located in Tianjin, Chengdu, Shenzhen, Shenyang, and Yanji and overseas offices in Japan, the United States, France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
Mr. Hui Wang is Managing Partner at Foundin IP. Mr. Wang graduated from Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London (UK). He was engaged in research work in the fields of mechanics, chemical engineering, materials and electronics for more than eight years in the United Kingdom. He has been working in the patent field since his return to China in 2009. In addition to patent prosecution, Mr. Wang is actively involved in post-grant proceedings, anti-counterfeiting, transfer and licensing, and infringement litigation cases.
Mr. Xu Li is a partner at Foundin IP who specializes in electrical & electronic engineering, communication engineering, and semiconductor device fabrication. After graduating from FH Gelsenkirchen, Germany, Mr. Li worked at two different IP firms in Beijing as a patent attorney for five years. He has also worked in-house at an integrated circuit tester manufacturer. Mr. Li is very experienced in handling national and international applications, including application and prosecution, and reexamination. Mr. Li is also a member of Foundin IP’s international team and in responsible for international cooperation and communication with clients from the United States and Europe.
We are excited to announce that our annual Student-Attorney Mentorship Program is underway! We invite all interested law students and IP attorneys in the Greater Cincinnati area to apply by September 25, 2020.
Through the mentorship program, we match local law students interested in intellectual property law with a local intellectual property attorney. We encourage each mentor-mentee pair to meet 2-3 times throughout the academic year, making the Program an easy commitment for all participants while providing the students an invaluable opportunity to ask questions, learn about IP practice, and grow their legal network while still in school. Due to COVID-19, we request that at least the first meeting conducted virtually, with the student and attorney jointly deciding thereafter to conduct meetings virtually or in person. The program has been a great success in the past, and we hope you will help us make this year’s program a success as well.
If you are a local IP attorney interested in participating as a mentor, please contact Alex Czanik at email@example.com and indicate your current area(s) of practice. If you were a mentor in the past, we would love to have you back!
If you are a local law student interested in participating as a mentee, please complete the Student Form below and email it to Alex Czanik at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to match all student applicants with an attorney mentor! Please be sure to indicate the area(s) of IP law in which you are most interested so we can match you appropriately.
As a Member of CincyIP, you will enjoy access to discounted registration rates for our monthly CLE luncheons and for our annual Premier Conferences. You will also receive our CincyIP newsletter!
Annual membership dues are an essential element of the budget that enable CincyIP to operate throughout the year and host CLE events of premium quality. They help to bridge the gap between the programming costs that we incur and registration fees paid by attendees, and they ultimately allow us to provide you with engaging and educational events worthy of your valuable time and attention.
Our membership categories are as follows:
Active-Professional: $85 The majority of our Members are legal practitioners in private practice or corporate environments, and fall within the “Active-Professional” category.
Active-Academic: $55 We recognize that law professors and similar academics may not receive reimbursement for their registration fees through their employer, and thus we reserve a discounted “Active-Academic” category for these individuals.
Associate-Professional: $55 This category encompasses non-lawyer individuals such as interested business persons, patent agents, paralegals, legal assistants, etc.
Honorary/Student:$5 This category encompasses Judges, other distinguished persons, and students. Please note that this category of membership does not carry voting rights.
If you have questions regarding which category of membership you qualify for, please contact us at email@example.com.
Join us on August 17, 2021 for a discussion on recent Federal Circuit and Supreme Court cases, led by Matthew Molloy and John Luken of Dinsmore.
This presentation will give insights and guidance for both litigators and prosecutors. We anticipate 1.0 hour of CLE in Ohio.
Out of an abundance of caution for the health of all attendees and community members, CincyIP will be hosting this event online only, rather than offering an option for in-person attendance. We hope to be able to resume in person attendance soon.
John Luken is a partner in Dinsmore’s Cincinnati office. His practice focuses on patent infringement litigation and appeals, as well as complex commercial and other intellectual property litigation. He has handled patent infringement cases involving a variety of services and products.
Matthew Molloy is a partner in Dinsmore’s Dayton office. He is admitted to practice before the USPTO and has extensive experience in the preparation and prosecution of patents in the U.S. and abroad. He brings expertise in managing international patent portfolios, rendering patent opinions, and negotiating and drafting IP license agreements.
Join us on July 20, 2021 for a discussion on developments in trademark and unfair competition law, led by Ted Davis of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP.
Mr. Davis will discuss recent federal and Ohio state court cases in trademark and unfair competition law. His remarks will also discuss legislative and rulemaking initiatives that target bad-faith trademark filings in the USPTO, as well as the availability of federal trademark protection for marks for cannabis and cannabis-related products.
Ted Davis is a Partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP who practices trademark, copyright, false advertising, and unfair competition law. Mr. Davis is a frequent author on intellectual property topics and has been lead author on several amicus briefs to the Supreme Court and other federal courts. Mr. Davis is listed in the World Trademark Review 1000 as a leading United States attorney in trademark prosecution and strategy, as well as in enforcement and litigation. Mr. Davis is a past INTA board member and past chair of the American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law.