Intellectual property implications within supply chain transformations and decoupling
This European Union Chamber of Commerce (China) webinar will discuss best practices for protecting intellectual property rights in disrupted supply chains and global networks, featuring Mark A. Cohen, author of a recent Hinrich Foundation report titled "A techno-globalist approach to IP and supply chain disruption".
To enjoy a discounted rate of 100RMB for this webinar, please use the registration form in the link above. We will pass your details to the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China who will send you details on how to make the payment which can be made through WeChat Pay or bank transfer only. Closing date for registrations is Monday, 30 November.
Global supply chains have been greatly impacted by years of trade tensions between the United States and China, and most recently an unexpected pandemic. Products made over extended supply chains tend to be IP-intensive. With the economic recovery underway and an incoming new president in the United States, now is the time look at the IP implications of restructuring disrupted supply chains through licensing terms and asset relocation.
This webinar will begin with a short presentation of the Hinrich Foundation’s report ‘A techno-globalist approach to IP and supply chain disruption’ and continue with a discussion about best practices for protecting IP rights in disrupted supply chains and global networks, and about the impact of competition and government on reshoring or risk mitigation plans.
We are pleased to welcome the following speakers:
- Mark A. Cohen, Distinguished Senior Fellow and Director, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology
- Doug Clark, Global Head of Dispute Resolution, Rouse & Co. International
- Adam Mossoff, Professor of Law, George Mason University and Co-Chair, Technology, Innovation, and Intellectual Property Program, New York University School of Law
This discussion will be moderated by Ioana Kraft, General Manager, Shanghai, European Union Chamber of Commerce in China.
This webinar will feature three experts in IP law.
Professor of Law, George Mason University; Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Adam Mossoff is Professor of Law at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University, and a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute.
He is a nationally recognized expert on patent policy and patent licensing. His research has been relied on by the United States Supreme Court, by lower federal courts, and by federal agencies, and he has been invited five times to testify before the US Senate and the House of Representatives on patent legislation. He is also a member of the Intellectual Property Rights Advisory Committee of ANSI and he has served as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Intellectual Property Committee of the IEEE-USA.
Global Head of Dispute Resolution, Rouse & Co.
Doug Clark is the Global Head of Dispute Resolution at Rouse. He has been practicing intellectual property law in China since the early 1990s and was based in Shanghai for 11 years from 2000 to 2011 where he was managing partner of the office of an international law firm. Doug has handled the full spectrum of IP work in China and other countries ranging from raiding factories to multi-jurisdictional patent litigation. He also advises on non-contentious including technology transfer; conducting patent and other intellectual property audits; and, freedom to operate analyses.
Doug is an adjunct professor with the faculty of law at the University of Hong Kong and the author of Patent Litigation in China (OUP, 2nd ed 2015) and other legal texts. He is also the author of a three volume history of extraterritoriality in China, Gunboat Justice. Doug studied at high school in Japan and Fudan University in Shanghai and is fluent in Chinese and Japanese.
General Manager, Shanghai, European Union Chamber of Commerce in China
Ioana has served as General Manager of the Shanghai Chapter of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China (European Chamber) since October 2009. She is responsible for implementation and development of European Chamber objectives, visibility, membership and lobbying activities on a regional level in Shanghai and neighboring regions.
A German-qualified lawyer, before joining the Chamber Ioana practiced with a German law firm in Shanghai focusing on foreign direct investment.
Ioana holds a PhD degree in law from Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, where she also worked as a Senior Research Assistant.