Two upcoming events to be hosted by Berkeley. On April 27, we will host our third annual Tech, Trade and China program and on May 6 we will host “Quantum Leap”, an overview of the dramatic developments in China’s IP environment in the past two years.
USTR’s recently released NTE report shows continuing lack of clarity over key Chinese legal terms. The report also declines to discuss commercial rule of law issues raised in last years Special 301 report. What role does commercial rule of law have in the Biden Administration’s trade diplomacy? The answer is unclear.
Here is a listing of recordings of some recent programs that are now available as well as a listing of upcoming events. The Third Berkeley-Tsinghua Conference on Transnational IP Litigation was held […]
A forthcoming lecture by Mark Cohen on Weaponization of Intellectual Property Against China at UCSD.
Four upcoming speaking events on China IP in February 2021.
I will be talking February 22, 2021 at 7 PM at a virtual Duke University webinar on “China’s Emerging Intellectual Property Edge: Challenges and Opportunities.” The program is sponsored by Duke’s Asia/Pacific […]
Berkeley and Tsinghua Law will co-host their third annual program on transnational IP litigation, focusing on the impact of the trade war on settlement of IP disputes.
The Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be launching a five-part webinar series on “Innovation, Regulation in the Life Sciences” on November 17 from 4:30-6:00 PM. The launch program is devoted to “China’s Emerging Regime for IP In the Life Sciences”.
I will be speaking November 10, 2020 at an upcoming National Committee on US-China Relations Town Hall, hosted by Duke University and focusing on science and technology relations. Prof. Denis Simon of […]
I will be talking at a Federalist Society sponsored live podcast this Thursday October 22, 2020 at noon EDT on “The United States-China Relationship and Intellectual Property”. My fellow speakers are two […]