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Oct. 20, 2017

Loyola Law School host U.S.-China IP Summit

The Loyola Law School, Los Angeles hosted the sixth annual U.S.-China Intellectual Property Summit Oct. 13, providing a forum to explore IP developments between the two nations.

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From left, UC Berkeley Law professor Catherine Fisk, University of Southern California Gould School of Law professor Brian Peck, Loyola Law School Entertainment & Media Law Institute director Jay Dougherty, AnJie Law Firm senior consultant Jing He, and Hogan Lovells LLP partner Alexander Maltas.

The Loyola Law School, Los Angeles hosted the sixth annual U.S.-China Intellectual Property Summit Oct. 13, providing a forum for exploring IP developments in cross-border video game, artificial intelligence, and patent law issues between the two global economic powers.

The event was co-hosted with UC Berkeley and Renmin University of China, and participants addressed emerging themes in IP litigation and cross-border enforcement, including sessions focused on new media developments and matters impacting U.S.-China trade.

U.S. Circuit Judge Raymond T. Chen of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit delivered the summit’s keynote address.

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