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Virtual Event | Patent Litigation in China: Navigating a Changing Environment

Virtual Event | Patent Litigation in China: Navigating a Changing Environment

Please be advised: This event will premiere LIVE on this page at 6:00 p.m. EST, Thursday, February 18.

Join Hudson Institute for an expert panel discussion on the latest developments in patent litigation in China.

China has one of the youngest patent systems in the world. Nonetheless, its laws and policies are rapidly evolving, with profound implications for companies all over the world. In recent years, China has seen a significant surge in the number of granted patents, and is becoming an increasingly important jurisdiction for patent litigation. These developments have significant implications for the licensing environment for foreign companies doing business in China, as well as for policy makers in the United States. Join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Urška Petrovčič and experts Mark Cohen, Vivienne Bath, and He Jing for a discussion on this timely topic.

Panelists

Mark Cohen

Distinguished Senior Fellow, University of California Berkeley & Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, Asia Intellectual Property Project

Professor Vivienne Bath

Professor of Chinese International and Business Law, University of Sydney

He Jing

Founder, GEN Law Firm and Executive Director, Beijing Zhongguancun Intellectual Property Strategy Research Institute

Moderator

Urška Petrovčič

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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