ITIF, the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation, is holding a seminar in How the Trump Administration Can Stop China’s Innovation Mercantilism on March 16, 2017. Here’s the link to the program. Speakers include: Robert D. Atkinson (ITIF) , Stephen Ezell (ITIF), Scott Kennedy (CSIS), Claire Reade (Arnold & Porter), and John Veroneau (Covington) for what I am sure will be a lively 90 minute event in Washington, DC.
In an unrelated event, USPTO and the Ministry of Commerce are jointly sponsoring a program on cross border technology licensing on March 28 in Beijing at Renmin University’s law school (specific room still TBD). Here is a draft agenda.
The USPTO/MofCOM program is intended to provide an opportunity to discuss cross-border IP licensing. In particular, including China’s Technology Import Export Regulation (“TIER”) （技术进出口管理条例）and its impact on US technology collaboration and licensing. The program builds upon prior programs with SIPO that explored similar topics. RSVP’s for this program are requested by Wednesday, March 22. Please email Ms. Liu Jia – firstname.lastname@example.org – to RSVP.
Categories: China IPR, Claire Reade, ITIF, Licensing, Renmin University, Robert Atkinson, SIPO, 技术进出口管理条例
How can I gain access to the recording of the seminar on “How the Trump Administration Can Stop China’s Innovation Mercantilism”?