Ingenuity does not end with the creation of intellectual property. Ultimately, IP is only as valuable as the profit it gives when it is commercialised. Exploiting the maximum value from IP assets is often a complex combination of corporate law, IP licensing, and taxation. Many businesses operate on inefficient corporate and tax structures. This seminar will help explain how to put that right.
During our seminar, we will discuss and explain:
- The ingredients of an efficient corporate structure
- The key points to consider when licensing IP between group companies
- The main elements needed for an efficient tax structure
- Trends in international taxation that may bring change and new risks
This seminar will be of interest to:
- Chief financial officers, and in-house tax officers
- IP counsel and team
- General counsel and in-house legal team
Our speakers are:
- Pádraig Walsh, Partner, Bird & Bird, Hong Kong
Pádraig is a partner in our Corporate Group, based in Hong Kong. He has assisted multinationals and other corporate on a range of corporate procedures, including corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and joint ventures.
- Hank Leung, Senior Managing Associate, Hong Kong
Hank is a senior managing associate in our Intellectual Property Group based in Hong Kong. He has a broad range of experience in intellectual property and has particular experience in relation to patent rights. He regularly advises clients on all aspects of identification, protection, registration and enforcement of their IP rights.
- Maxim van Veluw, Managing Director, The Corpag Group, Hong Kong
Maxim is the Managing Director of the Corpag Goups's Hong Kong Office. He has been involved in setting up international corporate structures, with extensive exposure to the international tax environment, as well as providing administration services to keep the various entities of international structures in good standing and compliant.
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