China Copyright Conference – July 25, Fordham Law School

The Intellectual Property Law Institute at Fordham Law School, directed by Prof. Hugh Hansen, will host a conference on Chinese copyright law and policy, July 25, 2012. Topics will include:

  • Recent developments in substantive law
  • Sports broadcasting
  • Internet regulation
  • Judicial trends
  • Copyright, design, and conflicts with other trends

The Conference will be directed by Prof. Mark Cohen, and will take place in Room 302 of the Law School, 140 W. 62nd St., New York City. It will run from 10:30 to about 2:00, with lunch included. There will be no cost to attendees.  However, reservations are requested.

If you cannot attend in person, you may call in. The toll-free number in the U.S. and Canada is (866) 394-2346. The international dial-in number is (404) 665-9224. The Conference code is 4187576590.

This will be an informal conference with plenty of time for discussion. We welcome your participation. Speakers will include Prof. Mark Cohen; Steve Tepp, Global IP Center, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Michael Remington, Drinker, Biddle & Reath; Ayala Deutsch, National Basketball League; Alexandra Darraby, The Art Law Firm; and Mary Rasenberger, Cowan, DeBaets, Abraham & Sheppard.

If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Sandra Sherman, Sherman@hansenipinstitute.com.

3 thoughts on “China Copyright Conference – July 25, Fordham Law School

  1. Victor Ruoyu Zhang says:

    Wonderful. Many thanks, Prof. Mark Cohen.

  2. […] China Copyright Conference – July 25, Fordham Law School […]

  3. Victor Ruoyu Zhang says:

    I attended the conference on July 25.

    It’s wonderful. It’s an opportunity to discuss the newest development of IPR in China. It’s also an opportunity to build up the powerful networks in this field. It’s definitely worth your time to attend.

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