Three observations on China’s role in Global SEP strategies: the Chinese courts are likely fulfilling political mandates notwithstanding the best of intentions; FRAND should be best viewed as a process as much as a substantive outcome where multiple jurisdictions may have a role to play; and despite the attention several cases have gotten, the system overall appears to be working well.
Upcoming programs on SEPs, innovation, private international law, IP enforcement at Berkeley or other organizations for October-December 2021.
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 […]
On Wednesday, June 17th at 4:30 PM PST, former Chief Judge Paul Michel (ret.) will be moderating a star-studded panel hosted by Berkeley Law on one aspect of one of the great […]