Berkeley Law will be hosting a book talk on the treatise, Intellectual Property Law in China (2d ed.) on September 23, 2021 at 5 PM Pacific Time. Registration is free.
We will discuss the rapid evolution of China’s IP regime over the past 40 years as well as the likely directions that China’s IP regime will take place in the years ahead. Joining me as a discussants are Peter Yu of Texas A&M, Li Yahong of University of Hong Kong and Daryl Lim of University of Illinois Chicago. The authors that will be joining us are: Doug Clark, Global Head of Dispute Resolution, Rouse; Danny Friedmann, Peking University School of Transnational Law; Peter Ganea, Law School of Tongji University and Jyh-An Lee, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Come join us and raise your comments, questions and observations!
Update of October 1, 2021: Here is the recording for the book talk.
Categories: book review, book warming, China IPR, Copyright, Licensing, Patent, Recordings, Trade Secret, Trademark
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