New Developments in Chinese IP Law: Copyright Revisions and Enforcement ChallengesVIEW EVENT DETAILS
ASNC is pleased to co-sponsor this conference with Berkeley Center for Law and Technology. This all-day conference will bring together senior policymakers, academics and international practitioners from China and the U.S. to discuss two important topics: (1) Revisions to the Chinese Copyright laws, which will significantly impact U.S. and Chinese companies operating in the China market; and (2) enforcement challenges and strategies in China for holders of Chinese IP rights. The conference is sponsored by BCLT, Loyola (LA) Law School, and the Renmin University of China IP Academy.
Jeff Atik, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; Li Chen, Renmin University of China Law School; Liu Chuntian, Renmin University of China Law School; Mark Cohen, Fordham University School of Law; Simon Frankel, Covington & Burling LLP; Horacio Gutierrez, Microsoft Corporation; Jin Haijun, Renmin University of China Law School; Guo He, Renmin University of China Law School; Zhang Jianhua, Legislative Affairs Office, State Council of the People's Republic of China; Xia JunLi, Presiding Judge of the Intellectual Property Division of the Supreme People’s Court, People’s Republic of China; James Luo, Lawjay Partners; Karl Manheim, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; Peter Menell, Berkeley Law; Robert Merges, Berkeley Law; Andrew Mertha, Cornell University; Xuan-Thao Nguyen, Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law; Eric Priest, University of Oregon School of Law; Jennifer Rothman, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; Michael Schlesinger, International Intellectual Property Association; Christal Sheppard, University of Nebraska College Law; Seagull Song, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; Ron Wheeler, Fox Entertainment Group; Ma Xiaogang, Formerly of the Chinese Copyright Association; Peter Yu, Drake University Law School; Zhang Guangliang, Former Acting Chief Intellectual Property Judge for the Beijing First Intermediate Court, China University of Political Science and Law.