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June 1, 2017

Join us for an interactive session on Intellectual Property (IP) 101 to gain understanding and appreciation of the different forms of Intellectual Property and the methods through which they could be protected. This session is jointly organised by Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Namazie & Co., NDR Medical Technology Pte. Ltd. and the National Health Innovation Centre Singapore (NHIC).

Designed for medical practitioners embarking out on the journey of research and development in medical technology, Katherine Kan from Namazie & Co will provide attendees with the practical knowledge of IP protection in the form of patents, know-how, trademarks and copyright.

NHIC will also give an overview of the funding opportunities available via NHIC Innovation to Protect (I2P) grant.

The details of the session are as follows:

Date: Thurs, 29th June

Time: 1-2pm.

Venue: Tower B, Level 1. Learning Centre, Room Kaizen 3

Contact: On arrival, kindly please contact Joseph (9822 8401) or Renyi (9726 3249). Staff access will be required through the Learning Centre entrance

Car Parking: KTPH Basement Car Park. Nearest parking lots are in the Tower B area. Complimentary ticket is available from KTPH.

Seats are limited and available on first come, first served basis.

About Namazie and the Speaker (Katherine Kan)

Namzie & Co. is an Intellectual Property & Technology law firm. Founded in 2001, it serves clients who require specialized legal services and solutions to protect and commercialise their Intellectual Property assets in Asia. The firm’s clientele includes a rich mix of multi-national corporations, local and foreign law firms, research institutions, technology start-ups, small and medium enterprises and individuals, both locally and internationally, across diverse industries.

Katherine Kan is a legal associate with Namazie & Co. and advises clients on trademark protection, copyright enforcement and data protection matters. Her practice includes structuring and advising on commercial transactions that involve intellectual property. Katherine’s practice also includes the drafting and negotiating of various commercial contracts, such as licensing agreements, services agreements, distribution agreements and sponsorship agreements. She has worked with international conglomerates and domestic SMEs from various industries, such as food & beverage, real estate, entertainment, hospitality, education, manufacturing, publishing, fashion, retail and information technology. She has also published several articles on IP and Technology law internationally and domestically.