IPBA 2021

IP Issues in the Environment Protection Field

Organised by: Intellectual Property Committee
Session abstract will be available shortly.


Lidong Pan
, Reiz Law Firm

PRC & New York Lawyer

Chair, Intellectual Property Committee of IPBA

Adjunct Professor, Law School of Sun Yat-sen University

Adjunct Professor, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

Arbitrator, CIMAI Accredited Mediator

International Law Expert Guangdong Provincial Government

Legal Counsel, Consulate of ROK/ Singapore /Philippines


Distinguished IP and Dispute Resolution Lawyer Listed by PRC Ministry of Justice

Member, Guangdong Belt and Road Legal Service Research Center,

Director, Shenzhen Qianhai Belt and Road Legal Services Federation

Advisor, Macao the Belt and Road Legal Service Research Association

Advisor, China-ASEAN (Macao) Arbitration Association

President, South China IP Arbitration Court

Director, Commercial Arbitration Institute of Yulin Arbitration Commission


Yoshifumi Onodera
, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto

Yoshifumi Onodera is a partner at Mori Hamada & Matsumoto. He focuses on domestic and international dispute resolutions and licensing in relation to intellectual property as well as TMT matters. With his background in the fields of chemistry and biology, he has handled matters that require a high degree of technical expertise in various fields of technology.


Jose Eduardo Genilo
, ACCRA Law Offices

Mr. Genilo is a partner at the ACCRA Law Offices, Philippines. ACCRA Law is a full service law firm with departments specializing in corporate and special projects; litigation; immigration; tax; labor; and intellectual property, data & technology, among others.

He started and built his career primarily in IP, Data & Technology Law practice which has enabled him to confidently and effectively handle a vast range of work for clients.

He has rendered extensive and comprehensive work on patents from prior art searches, freedom to operate opinions, drafting of specification and claims, prosecuting patent applications, licensing and enforcement. Apart from his law degree, he is an engineering graduate and a qualified patent agent, being one of the top passers of the patent agent examination conducted by the Philippine IP Office in 2007; these have allowed him to work on patent matters with much ease and reliability.

He has successfully enforced civil and criminal search warrants and represented clients with respect to applications for temporary restraining orders and infringement litigation cases. With his and ACCRA’s.

Kecia J. Reynolds
, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Kecia Reynolds is the Leader of Pillsbury’s Section 337 IP Litigation practice. Kecia has litigated more than 50 Section 337 intellectual property cases.  Kecia also represents clients before U.S. federal district courts and the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board.  Kecia served as an Investigative Attorney for the U.S. International Trade Commission from 2007-2012.  Kecia’s clients include manufacturers and retailers in consumer electronics, semiconductors, LEDs, medical devices, and mechanical devices.

Kecia is recognized as a “Top 250 Women in IP” published by Managing Intellectual Property since 2013. She is also recognized by IAM Patent 1000 for Litigation (Washington, DC) and International Trade Commission Litigation (National), recognized as an IP Star for Patents (Washington, DC.).

Xijie Wei
Senior Lawyer
, Reiz Law China

Mr. Wei is native in Mandarin, Cantonese and Teochew Dialect, work proficiency in English.

Mr. Wei is experienced in handling intellectual property, foreign direct investment, international trade related legal issues, and has provided legal services to many large and medium scale multinational companies and foreign invested companies in PRC, like Suzuki Violin and other Japan, US and EU clients, with regard to foreign intellectual property direct investment, international trade, digital trade and commercial disputes. Participated in the company’s M&A projects, refinancing projects of listed companies, and registration and filing of private fund managers.

Mr. Wei has also been a writer of different articles on the topics of data localization and protection, compliance and commercial contracts, etc..

Riccardo Cajola
Managing Partner
, Cajola & Associati

Riccardo G. Cajola is an attorney at law partner at Cajola & Associati, a full service law firm based in Milan.
He graduated at Università degli Studi di Milano and as LL.M. in Washington D.C. at the Washington College of Law.
Riccardo’s practice is focused on corporate transactional and intellectual property enforcement work. In addition, he frequently advises on IP dispute resolution strategies.
Riccardo Cajola is author of the Italian Chapter of “International Corporate Law Compendium”, published by Aspen Publishers – Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (2009 and 2010 Editions) and he is a frequent speaker at conferences.