UC Berkeley School of Law certified that this activity has been approved for 9.75 hours CLE credit by the State Bar of California. (6.75 hours Thursday, 3.0 hours Friday).

To view individual speakers’ presentations, please go to the Agenda page.

Peter Yu, “The Transplants of Intellectual Property Laws in China, in Governance of Intellectual Property Rights in China and Europe,” (Nari Lee, Niklas Bruun & Li Mingde eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2016)

Peter Yu, “Trade Secret Hacking, Online Data Breaches, and the China Cyberthreat,” 2015 Cardozo L. Rev. De Novo 130

Peter Yu, “Building the Ladder: Three Decades of Development of the Chinese Patent System,” 5 WIPO J. 1 (2013)

Peter Yu, “Five Oft-repeated Questions About China’s Recent Rise as a Patent Power”, 2013 Cardozo L. Rev. De Novo 78

Marketa Trimble, “Geoblocking and Evasion of Geoblocking – Technical Standards and the Law”

Marketa Trimble, “The Territoriality Referendum”

Marketa Trimble, “Advancing National Intellectual Property Policies in a Transnational Context,” 74 Maryland Law Review 203 (2015)

Marketa Trimble, “The Extraterritorial Enforcement of Patent Rights in PATENT ENFORCEMENT WORLDWIDE (Christopher Heath ed., Hart Publishing, 2015)

Robert P. Merges, “The Trouble with Trolls: Innovation, Rent-Seeking, and Patent Law Reform,” 24 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 583 (2010)

Seagull Haiyan Song, “China’s Copyright Protection for Audio-Visual Works: A Comparison with Europe and the U.S.,” Int’l Rev. of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (2015)



“The Register’s Perspective on Copyright Review,” Statement of Maria Pallante, U.S. Register of Copyrights and Director of the U.S. Copyright office, before the House Judiciary Committee (April 29, 2015)

The WIPO Journal: Analysis of Intellectual Property Issues – Special Issue and Intellectual Property and Geography (2014)

Hogan Lovells, Specialized IP Courts in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou (2014)


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