For those who missed them, are the video recording to some recent events: On April 27, 2021 BCLT hosted our third annual “Tech Trade and China” program. The focus this year was […]
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A forthcoming lecture by Mark Cohen on Weaponization of Intellectual Property Against China at UCSD.
The IP Theft Nexus in the Houston Consulate Closing
What were the reasons for the closing of the Houston Chinese Consulate? This blog explores the various legal and political reasons for its closure as well as later discovered information on the involvement of the Houston Consulate in technology misappropriation.
Wang Binying and the Opportunity within the WIPO Crisis
The vote for WIPO Director General will be made in early March. The Chinese candidate, Madame Wang Binying, is known to many in the foreign IP community in China, IP diplomats, and […]
Trade and Peace on Earth: Part 2
In the first part of this blog, I talked about unilateral steps that the United States and China have been taking during the ‘trade war’ to address concerns regarding forced tech transfer. […]
China IP and the New Trade Agenda
Last week, the Trump administration announced its Trade Policy Agenda, to criticism and support. As the above word cloud suggests, the focus is on US interests, US sovereignty and the US relationship […]