Second Annual Berkeley-Tsinghua Transnational IP Litigation Conference Is Fast Approaching

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Berkeley Law and Tsinghua law will be co-hosting their Second Annual Conference on Transnational IP Litigation, at the campus of UC Berkeley on October 22, 2019.  Details, including registration information, are available here.

The program will look at strategic concerns in many of the hot issues in cross-border US-China IP litigation, including trade secret cases, standards-essential patents, whether foreigners “win” in each other’s jurisdictions, Section 337, criminal cases, on-line enforcement, civil litigation and the role of China’s new IP courts, administrative challenges to validity, forum non conveniens claims, enforcement at trade fairs, and other issues.  Please register soon if you are interested in attending.

We have great speakers and we look forward to having a great audience!

One thought on “Second Annual Berkeley-Tsinghua Transnational IP Litigation Conference Is Fast Approaching

  1. Amy Karam says:

    Hi Mark, Thanks for sharing the invitation. Sorry to miss this, as the dialogue in the last session was very robust and informative. Best of luck with it and I look forward to the post notes. Amy
    * Amy Karam *MBA Int’l – *Global Competitive Strategy Consultant – * *Speaker* * Author* of *THE CHINA FACTOR *
    *www.AmyKaram.com * http://www.GlobalBusinessInnovation.Academy * Stanford & Duke University* 613-513-6626
    On Mon, Sep 30, 2019 at 9:19 PM China IPR – Intellectual Property Developments

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