Here are three upcoming China IP-related programs hosted by academic institutions.
On the West Coast, the Tusher Center for the Management of Intellectual Capital at the Haas School of Business, UC-Berkeley will be hosting a workshop on Standards Setting and IPR: United States and China on March 28, 2016. The program includes speakers from the Standardization Administration of China and the China National Institute of Standards.
From March 31-April 1, Fordham University will be hosting its annual IP Conference. I will be speaking along with David Kappos, Benjamin Bai, He Jing and others in a sunrise session April 1 on Chinese IP issues.
On April 14, the USPTO in conjunction with George Washington University will be hosting a half day program in the afternoon. The program will be held at the USPTO, and will include two roundtables on IP Issues Related to US Companies in China and IP Issues Related to Chinese Companies in the US. I will be co-moderating this program along with George Washington University Dean for Intellectual Property Law Studies John Whealan. We expect to have the participation of several Chinese judges and IP officials in the program. Here is the link to register, and a draft Agenda.
Updated: March 15, 2016 with GWU link and agenda.