Going Global 2016

We are hosting a cross-practice, multi-track seminar on November 17 (Tokyo) and November 15 (Osaka). Join us to find out the latest developments in global trademarks, Brexit, investments into the technology sector, impact of the U.S. election on Japan, and cultural considerations to be aware of in cross-border contract negotiation from lawyers leading their respective practices in our global offices.



Impact of the U.S. election on Japan

13:30-14:30

Webinar featuring two special guests and Hogan Lovells lawyers, former Senator Norm Coleman and former White House official Bob Kyle, who will discuss what the election outcome holds for businesses operating in Japan. Click here for details.


Global Trademark: Creating and Protecting Brand Values

14:00-18:00

Reports on the latest trademark developments in Japan, China/Hong Kong, US, Central & South America and Europe by experts in each regions.


Brexit: Where Are We Now? An Overview of Recent Developments

14:45-15:40

An analysis of the current developments with regard to Brexit and the likely process going forwards, which will involve a key member of our London based Brexit and public affairs team.


Brexit: Impact on Businesses – Commercial Contracts and M&A

16:00-16:45

A discussion on how Brexit impacts Japanese businesses particularly with regard to commercial contracts and mergers and acquisitions


Brexit: Potential impact of Brexit on Life Sciences and IP

16:00-16:45

We will discuss the potential issues for the Life Sciences industry, including regulatory issues such as the impact on marketing authorisations, clinical trials and data privacy, and also the possible impact on intellectual property.


Capitalise Now - How to Invest In Technology Companies

17:00-18:00

An analysis of how to invest in technology companies and what makes these types of investments different from regular M&A


Practical and Cultural Considerations in Negotiation Cross-border Contracts

17:00-18:00

We will share insights from our recent international matters (including patent-related licences, settlements and other agreements) to provide key practical advice for Japanese companies on the effective use of cultural awareness in cross-border contract negotiations.


Click here for more details of each presentation and for registration.



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