Chen Presents on Cross-Cultural Negotiations
Phoenix Partner George Chen will present July 9 on the topic of cross-cultural negotiations. This webinar is offered for free to mediation professionals through Will Work for Food, which asks that participants donate to their community foodbank in lieu of paying for the seminar.
Chen serves on BCLP’s firmwide international Board and is the leader of the Intellectual Property Practice for the Phoenix office. He partners with long-term clients to develop, protect, enforce, defend, license and commercialize intellectual property and other business assets. His practice includes litigation, licensing, counseling and prosecution of patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, internet, cybersquatting and other intellectual property matters.
Chen is past president of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) from 2014-2015. He will be joined by Cyndie Chang, managing partner of the Los Angeles office of Duane Morris LLP and past president of NAPABA in 2016-2017. They will address how to navigate the challenges of cross-cultural negotiations in order to reach a successful outcome.
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