Protecting Your Technology Interests in China: What Part Can International Arbitration Play?

December 14, 2011 Authors: James Rogers, Matthew Townsend

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The speed of economic and technological advancement in the People's Republic of China is staggering, bringing with it both great opportunity and risk for foreign technology owners. In pursuing opportunities in the region, it is important that technology owners actively protect their proprietary technology interests and ensure that their contractual rights are enforceable. Increasingly, international arbitration has an important role to play.

This program covered:

  • The different technology arrangements we are seeing on the ground in China and the concerns for Western technology owners.
  • How does international arbitration address those concerns?
  • Are arbitral awards really enforceable in China?
  • Where to arbitrate?
    • In China or outside China?
    • The logical alternatives


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