Entries tagged “China”
EventDescription: Rimon Special Counsel Eric Cohen will present on PTAB trials and appeals. This session will provide an overview of recent PTAB case law, as well as what in-house counsel need to know about ex parte appeals to the PTAB, and litigation in a world of social distancing. The moderator is James Smith, Ecolab, Inc. James is the former
Webinar: Navigating the Chinese Patent System: What U.S. Patent Counsel Need to Know, Changes After the Phase One Trade Deal
EventThis CLE webinar will guide U.S. patent counsel and companies on Chinese patent law and what they need to know about the Chinese system. The panel will address changes to the Guidelines for Examination and new draft amendments, current litigation trends, and the Anti-Unfair Competition Law (AUCL). The panel will offer U.S. companies and counsel best
Rimon welcomes Xiaowei Ye, former Managing Partner of Morgan Lewis’ Beijing office, as a Partner in DC and Shenzhen offices
News August 25, 2020
Rimon Law welcomes Jason Xu as International Intellectual Property Partner in its Washington, DC office
News May 04, 2020
Event***Event is Wednesday, November 20th*** Dr. Letao Qin is a partner in Rimon’s International, and Intellectual Property groups. has extensive experience as a patent attorney. Focusing her practice in all aspects of IP transaction, patent and trademark prosecution and procurement, Dr. Qin has advised Fortune 500
Global Banking & Finance Review, The Cali Chronicles, and Law360 articles about Zheng Liu joining Rimon
News November 01, 2017
Commercial Litigation and Intellectual Property Attorney, Zheng Liu, joins Rimon as Partner in its Palo Alto office
News October 02, 2017
Winter 2017 International Law Quarterly – Focus on International Internal Investigations, Co-Authored by Rimon Partner Robert Q. Lee
Insight February 03, 2017
Insight September 03, 2009
So, you have this great idea, you are sure that it is going to be at least the next Google/Monster/Microsoft/Facebook. Now what?
Well, having a great idea is just the first step (and some say the easiest one) in a long long journey towards establishing your own living and kicking business. Since this platform of blogging requires us to divide this experience into small, 300-500 words sections, I find it to be a great opportunity to try to attack different aspects of starting up a new business one small piece at a time.
When Barak and I decided to “become serious” with the idea of www.Meijob.com, our first step was to sit and write down a business plan that we could present to potential investors. But how do you start writing a business plan? What is the “must have” information? How are we going to translate the storm in our heads into words and numbers?