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When: March 30, 2023 9:00 - 18:00 (all day)
Where: Grand Ballroom, Beijing Marriott Hotel, HNA Tower No. 26A Xiaoyun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
A grand in-person event on insurance legal compliance after the epidemic
Deep dive on hotspot issues of insurance legal compliance
Covering insurance company governance, administrative penalties, insurance funds utilization, claims and subrogation
Core members of Anjie Broad insurance team to share their extensive experience
Ideas and sparks on the latest insurance practical cases
Invitation to Join the Insurance Legal Compliance Offline Seminar Hosted by AnJie Broad Law Firm
The Chinese insurance market has become the second-largest insurance market in the world. The role of insurance in serving the development of the economy, the prevention and disposal of major risks, and meeting the people's growing demand for risk protection is becoming increasingly evident.
Insurance institutions are increasingly subject to regulatory measures arising from various aspects such as governance structure, market conduct, capital utilization, solvency, connected transactions and internet products. Compliance risks should not be overlooked. At the same time, the rapid development of the insurance industry is accompanied by an increasing number of disputes on insurance claims, subrogation rights and insurance capital management. Insurance litigation and arbitration are facing new challenges.
AnJie Broad will host our first offline seminar in 2023, exploring regulatory developments and countermeasures in insurance compliance management and risk control, as well as the difficult and hot issues arising from insurance litigation and arbitration cases. We look forward to your active participation and in-depth discussions on the seminar topics with us.
The offline seminar Insurance Legal Compliance will be held by AnJie Broad Law Firm on 30 March 2023 (Thursday) in Beijing. Ten partners from our insurance legal team will be speaking and presenting at the seminar. The topics will include our interpretation of the latest insurance regulatory policies and legal issues and the analysis of recent difficult insurance dispute cases handled by our team.
There will be two discussion sessions for guests to ask questions and provide feedback on hot issues of insurance legal compliance.
The seminar is free of charge and is held purely to promote networking within the insurance industry. A sumptuous buffet and fine refreshments will be arranged. Guests from insurance companies, insurance capital management companies, insurance agencies, insurance brokers, insurance adjusting companies, insurance technology companies, research institutions, arbitration institutions, regulatory bodies, industry associations and societies are welcome to attend. Advance registration is required.
Dr. Zhan Hao, Managing Partner of AnJie Broad Law Firm
Zhan Hao: Legal Compliance Risks and Challenges in China's Insurance Market
Yu Dan: Exploring Compliance Issues of MGA Business
Chen Jun: Exploring Legal Issues Related to Insurance Funds' Equity Investment
Liang Bing: Real Estate Fund Investment Practice
Wang Shan: Regulatory Framework for Overseas Investment of Insurance Funds
Free Lunch Break (buffet)
Wang Xuelei: How to "Properly Handle" the Forensic Examination Initiated by the Insured
Wan Jia: Common Legal Risks on D&O Insurance Claims
Cui Wei: Exploring Difficult Issues of Litigation Property Preservation Liability Insurance
Wu Shanshan: Risk Investigation and Underwriting Dispute Issues
Song Ying: Antitrust Investigation and Compliance Building for Insurance Companies
This is a free seminar. Due to space constraints, the seminar is limited to 300 participants. Please register in advance.
Digital marketing channels are now the primary routes for many brands to connect with customers. But impersonators can create new social media accounts instantly at no cost, domains are cheap and quick to register, and infringers can create credible, professional-looking websites with minimal investment. Impersonators can reach a global audience from anywhere in the world while staying anonymous. When combined, these facts create multiple headaches for brand owners.
But all is not lost. Brand owners have many tools at their disposal. Our webinar will look at the following:
- Social media platform reporting: What are the reporting options, how can you maximize your chances of success, and what are the limits of platform reporting?
- Domain names and takedowns: Spoofing, phishing and plain old IP infringement - when will registrars intervene, and what can you do if they refuse?
- Web 3.0: What are the options where there is no centralized authority or intermediary?
- The law:
- National/regional legislation: Liability and obligations of platforms and online intermediaries and recent reforms
- Court procedures: The remaining role of court applications, injunctions and trials
- Monitoring and enforcement programmes: Practical recommendations for implementing a cost-effective programme
Head of Asia Intellectual Property Group
Ling Ho has spent over 30 years advising clients on intellectual property related matters in the Greater China region. Her expertise covers the full spread of contentious and non-contentious IP issues. She is the head of the Hong Kong Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice and is a core member of the firm's global Tech Group with particular focus on IP, cyber, tech disputes and risk management.
Ling has extensive trial, deal and strategic counselling experience, and has acted in leading cases in the fields of trademarks, patents, copyright, designs to confidential information.
Ling is regularly involved in negotiating and drafting brand usage, technology transfer and other IP related collaboration agreements for clients investing into Asia markets.
Ling's practice also spans arbitration, commercial litigation, cyber, data privacy, defamation as well as product liability claims. Her clients range from multinational corporations and government agencies to leading businesses and individuals in the region, across a broad spectrum of industries including healthcare, technology, media, consumer goods and retail, financial services and leisure.
Don McCombie is a partner in Clifford Chance's London IP group, having over 15 years' experience of advising clients on disputes and transactions relating to IP and technology.
He has advised clients in numerous sectors, including the FMCG, financial services, sports, transport and automotive, travel, consumer electronics and software industries, in online brand enforcement work. Don has acted on several domain name disputes, and regularly assists clients with online takedown and platform reporting options.
Don is also experienced in traditional litigation options before the English courts, and often works in cooperation with colleagues in other jurisdictions in parallel proceedings. He is also a strong advocate of ADR, and has resolved several disputes via mediation.
He is recommended in the WTR 1000, the Legal 500 and the IAM Patent 1000.
Laura Hartley is an associate in Clifford Chance's London IP group and works on a wide range of matters including trade mark enforcement, online infringement issues, sponsorship agreements, and advertising regulation queries.
She also has significant experience in the influencer and digital marketing space, having worked as an online content creator for over a decade. She runs an award-winning blog that attracts 150,000 readers each month and regularly collaborates with brands on social media campaigns.
Laura has combined her experience in these two spheres and advised clients on their advertising strategy, collaboration agreements and influencer campaigns. She is also co-editor of Clifford Chance's quarterly advertising law digest, The Advertising Brief.