Monday, October 4, 2021

Berkeley Center for Law & Technology to Host Event on China and SEPs

This by way of Mark Cohen's China IPR Blog:  the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be putting on an event on Wednesday, October 6, at 4:30 p.m. Pacific time, titled "Toward A Deeper Understanding: Berkeley Asia IP SEP Talk Series 2021, Talk III - The Role of Antitrust."  Here is the description:


Among the issues to be discussed: What are the legal provisions under Chinese Antimonopoly Law (“AML”) that may be used to regulate SEP licensing? What are the legislation history and political economy dynamics behind these provisions? How likely will these provisions be misused? The empirical research testing the underlying patent hold-up and royalty stacking theory – how does the outcome inform the AML enforcement in China? The decades long domestic debate between industry policy and competition policy – how did this influence the AML enforcement?

Registration link is here.

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