Atlanta – LAWFUEL – Legal Press Release – Morris, Manning & Martin, LL…

Atlanta – LAWFUEL – Legal Press Release – Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP Partner Tim Tingkang Xia, Ph.D., will share his experiences and offer guidance on doing business with China and the Pacific Rim at several upcoming events. On Tuesday, August 15, Xia will participate in a panel discussion titled “Doing Business in China: How to Succeed While Avoiding Pitfalls.”

The event is sponsored by the Technology Executives Roundtable (TER), and will be held from 7:00 to 9:30 a.m. at The Buckhead Club in the Atlanta Financial Center. He will discuss issues including gaining access to the market, raising capital, and risks and challenges, as well as legal, regulatory, tax and export issues.

The event is open to TER members and their guests. For more information, visit Next month, he will address fellow attorneys at a legal seminar titled “Doing Business In China”. It will be held Thursday, September 28 at the State Bar of Georgia headquarters.

Xia will deliver a case study of a patent infringement action in China at the event, which runs from 8:00 to 11:45 a.m. Other topics on the agenda include Chinese business entity law, doing business in Ningbo, and profiles of Chinese partnerships and investors. Continuing legal education (CLE) credit is available. For more information, visit the ICLE of Georgia Web site at He is also on the agenda of The Georgia Bar’s Annual Southern Regional Entertainment & Sports Law Conference/Intellectual Property Law Institute.

It will be held at the Fiesta Americana Grand Coral Beach Resort in Cancun, Mexico from November 3 through 5. His topic will be Doing Business in the Pacific Rim: What Every IP Counsel Needs to Know. Continuing legal education (CLE) credit is available for this conference as well.

Information is available online at Raised in China, Xia was a physicist at the Georgia Institute of Technology before becoming an attorney. In his legal career, he represents clients in all phases of intellectual property law around the world, in particular, in the U.S. and in the Pacific Rim.

Xia has prepared and prosecuted more than 1,100 patent applications. He also has a broad range of experience nationally and internationally in the arena of the intellectual property litigation, including patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright, and trade secret matters.

Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, ( enjoys national prominence for its corporate finance, securities, litigation, technology, telecommunications, insurance, healthcare, environmental and real estate practices. The firm has offices in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham and Princeton.

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