We remember Michael Parks, who covered China for the Baltimore Sun and as the Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times.
USC Law Conference
Pannelists discuss application competition policy in accordance to technology and IP licensing.
The USC Gould School of Law's Center for Transnational Law and Business will be hosting a conference on the Application of Competition Policy to Technology and IP Licensing on Friday, November 10, 2017, at the USC Gould School of Law. This Conference will provide a full day of panels comprised of regulators from several international jurisdictions, in-house attorneys, law firm lawyers, economists and academic experts discussing matters related to the legal, economic and business impact that the intersection of competition policy and IP has on technology and IP licensing. California MCLE credit will be available.
Guest speakers and panelists will discuss the following topics:
- Revised DOJ/FTC Antitrust Guidelines for IP Licensing
- Extraterritorial Antitrust Regulation of IP Licensing Agreements (Int'l Regulator Roundtable)
- Recent Jurisprudence Related to SEPs in International Jurisdictions
- Intersection Between IP and Competition Policy: SEPs and FRAND Licensing