2nd Annual Berkeley-Tsinghua Conference on Transnational IP Litigation
This content-packed program will offer practical insights on trans-Pacific IP litigation, focusing on the US and China. Learn about the latest developments in patent enforcement and the protection of trade secrets. Topics will include: civil, administrative (Section 337) and criminal litigation; strategies for sequencing and synchronizing cases in multiple countries; the impact of trade sanctions; the role of antitrust, including claims involving standards essential patents; patent litigation for pharmaceuticals; China’s new appellate IP courts; choice of law; collecting evidence; hiring experts; and enforcement of judgments.
Paul Hastings Partner, Jeff Pade, will be speaking on the below panel:
Session 2(b): New Approaches to Jurisdiction and Liability
Topics at this session will include China’s e-commerce law, developments in bank liability in the US, trade fair enforcement, and jurisdictional issues.
Prof. Richard Buxbaum (Berkeley Law) and Piper Crowell (Nike, Inc.)
Prof. Liu Wei (Shanghai Jiaotong University/visiting scholar at Berkeley Law): Ecommerce Law of China and its impact on cross-border enforcement
Jeff Pade (Paul Hastings): Extra-territorial reach of Defend Trade Secrets Act as applied to Chinese nationals
Liaoteng Wang (East IP): Long arm jurisdiction – is it possible in China
Prof. Liu Jiarui (UCSF): Cross-border copyright enforcement
Prof. Marketa Trimble (UNLV): Trade fair enforcement
Lanier Saperstein (Dorsey): Bank liability for processing of payments to alleged counterfeiters
Helen Su (Alston & Bird): Defenses, Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, Forum Non Conveniens Motions