Thinking Internationally about IP & Dispute Resolution

Thinking Internationally about IP & Dispute Resolution

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Online event

UIC registrants: please uic.edu email address. Govt registrants: please gov.edu email address.

About this event

The importance of considering different dispute resolution options in resolving high-stakes intellectual property disputes is often overlooked. This two-hour CLE program, featuring experienced speakers from government, international organizations, academia, and industry, will offer an honest and practical discussion of related topics, including:

  • Expert evidence and IP specialist mediators.
  • International IP organizations and government IP offices as drivers of dispute resolution innovators.
  • Standard essential patents: Dispute resolution models and unintended consequences.
  • Views from the trenches and command posts: Dos and don'ts.
  • Recent cases and other developments.

Day-Of Login Information and Event Links:

We are offering this Conference online via Remo Conference. For an optimum online experience, we recommend you log on with a personal computer using Chrome or Firefox web browsers. You may check your system ahead of time by clicking here.

CLE: 2 hours (pending)

CLE credit is extended to Illinois attorneys only. Attorneys who need CLE from other states are welcome to apply to their jurisdictions on their own. The extension of CLE credit is subject to approval by each state.

Attendance will be taken through the online login system. Attendees who do not attend the full conference will receive partial credit.

Please note that we will only look at the Eventbrite registration record for attendees and to either the Eventbrite registration record or email correspondence for speakers to determine if someone is requesting CLE. We will not honor any other means of communication.

Program Schedule*

*All times Central Time(as of March 15, 2022)

7:20 a.m. | Virtual Room Opens

7:40 a.m. | Welcome

  • Gary Friedlander Interim Director, Center for IP, Information & Privacy Law, UIC School of Law
  • Rena Lee Chief Executive, IP Office of Singapore
  • Ignacio De Castro Llamas Director, IP Disputes and External Relations Division, WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center

8:00 - 10:00 a.m. | Panel Discussion

Moderator/Panelist: Daryl Lim H. Laddie Montague Jr. Chair in Law; Associate Dean for Research and Innovation; Director, Intellectual Property Law and Innovation Initiative, Dickinson Law, The Pennsylvania State University

    • Dr. Ryan Abbott Mediator, Arbitrator, and Special Master, JAMS; Professor of Law and Health Sciences, University of Surrey School of Law; Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA

    • Dr. Qiyao Dong Associate Legal Officer and Representative, IP Disputes Section, WIPO Arbitration & Mediation Center

    • Zhiyong Fan Vice President and Head of IP, Huawei Technologies

    • Dr. Stanley Lai Chairman, IP Office of Singapore; Head, IP Practice and Co-Head, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Practice, Allen & Gledhill LLP

    • Dr. Barbara Lauriat Senior Lecturer, King’s College London; Visiting Associate Professor & Frank H. Marks IP Fellow, The George Washington University Law School

    • William McGrath Member, Davis McGrath LLC; Mediator, Lanham Act Mediation Program; Advisory Board Member, Center for IP, Information, & Privacy Law, University of Illinois Chicago School of Law

    • Joyce A. Tan Managing Director, Joyce A Tan & Partners

10:00 a.m. | Closing Remarks & Virtual Reception

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Consent to Video Recording and Transcription:

This event will be recorded and may later be made publicly available via the Internet. Participation in the event constitutes consent to be recorded, including without limitation by audio, video, and still images. Participants understand that such recordings may be distributed by means of a variety of media, formats, and context and that this may occur during the event and thereafter. Participants waive all claims for any compensation and for any damages or other remedies in connection with such recordings and the use thereof.

Consent to Future Notifications:

Registrants grant the organizers permission to contact them in the future with information regarding upcoming CLE or Development opportunities; and/or other potential future events and opportunities.

Please contact daryllim@uic.edu with inquiries about sponsorship opportunities.

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