Loyola University Law School is hosting the third annual US-China IP Summit November 7.
Here is how Loyola describes the conference:
“The 3rd US-China IP Conference will bring together senior policymakers, academics and international practitioners from China and the U.S. to discuss five important topics: (1) Revisions to the US and Chinese Copyright Law; (2) IP issues related to the entertainment industry; (3) Role of specialized IP courts; (4) Updates on patent and trade secrets legislation and protection; and (5) Challenges and strategies in cross-border IP enforcement.
The conference is an annual event co-hosted by Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology and China Renmin University IP Academy. Loyola Law School is proud to be the hosting site for the 2014 US-China IP Conference.
The conference draws professionals from business, legal and entertainment industries who want to hear from prominent speakers and experts from both the US and China about cutting edge intellectual property and related issues. Optional: Four hours of MCLE available. Loyola Law School, Los Angeles is a State Bar MCLE-approved provider.”
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