Fact or Fiction in the US-China IP Trade War

The Asia Society of Northern California has made the video available of my October 8 speech on “Fact and Fiction in the US-China IP Trade War” available here on Youtube.  You can also read the pdf of the written speech.

The video includes comments from the panel and the audience, which were also a great part of the program.

Note: This blog was revised on October 15, 2020 to link to the Youtube video.

Fact and Fiction in the US-China IP Trade War

The Asia Society of Northern California is sponsoring a free webinar October 8 from 5-6:30 PM PST on “Fact and Fiction in the US-China IP Trade War” as part of its “Seek Truth from Facts” series on US-China relations.  The registration link is here.

I will be joined by some great thought leaders, including: Sharon Barner, General Counsel of Cummins and former Deputy Director of the USPTO; former Chief Judge Randall Rader of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; Jim Mendenhall, former Deputy US Trade Representative; and He Jing. a partner of the GEN law firm.

Past events on IP have brought a diverse and spirited audience reflecting West Coast perspectives. These programs also got many “hits” on the subsequent recordings. Please join us live and raise your questions as we discuss such tough issues as: whether foreigners win in the Chinese courts, was the Phase 1 Agreement on IP a “good deal”,  and how the US and China can make things better. 

The time zone is perfect for friends in East Asia to join. I am looking forward to your participation!