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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: Global-focused

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Day 3 - March 15, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   CLE and CPE credits offered With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists. We are also providing more access to our panels and content live online: Day 1: Full-day hybrid  Day 2: Half-day online | US FOCUS Day 3: Half-day online | GLOBAL FOCUS

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  • 225
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  • 3/15/24
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12th Annual BCLT Privacy Law Forum: US-focused

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Day 2 - March 14, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   CLE and CPE credits offered With the rapid development of privacy and cybersecurity law, keeping up with the law is not enough to guide your company and clients. You need to know best practices. You need to understand what your peers are doing and planning to do. BCLT has gathered leading privacy experts to offer fresh insight and practical advice on meeting urgent privacy challenges, at this multi-day hybrid and online conference.  This year’s BCLT Privacy Law Forum offers programming tailored to your specific interest and focus areas, including a half-day of EU and UK expert panelists. We are also providing more access to our panels and content live online: Day 1: Full-day hybrid  Day 2: Half-day online | US FOCUS Day 3: Half-day online | GLOBAL FOCUS

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  • 225
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  • 3/14/24
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Beyond Copyright Infringement

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Tutorial “The EU Digital Services Act – Overview and Central Features”   Speaker: Matthias Leistner, LMU Munich Faculty of Law 

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  • 40
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  • 10/7/24
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Copyright Law and/or/vs. a 'Brussels Effect' for the Digital Services Act

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Panel 2: Will the DSA Achieve a "Brussels Effect"? Speaker:Jennifer Urban, Berkeley Law Moderator:Martin Senftleben, University of Amsterdam

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  • 73
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  • 1/28/25
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Designing Rules for Content Moderation

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Panel 1: How the DSA Shifts Responsibilities of Online Service Platforms Speaker: Martin Husovec, London School of Economics Moderator: Erik Stallman, Berkeley Law School  

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  • 1/28/25
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: General DSA Architecture and Approach

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Tutorial “The EU Digital Services Act – Overview and Central Features”   Speaker: Martin Senftleben, University of Amsterdam

  • On-Demand
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  • 41
    Min.
  • 10/8/24
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: How are emerging technologies affecting copyright policy?

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Lunch & Keynote Topic: How are emerging technologies affecting copyright policy? Speaker:Shira Perlmutter, Register of Copyrights  

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  • 30
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  • 1/6/25
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Intended and Unintended Consequences of the DSA

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Panel 3: Intended and Unintended Consequences of the DSA  Topics: An Economic Model of Intermediary Liability  From Notice-and-Takedown to Content Licensing and Filtering: How the Absence of UGC Monetization Rules Impacts Fundamental Rights Interventions  Speakers:James Grimmelmann, Cornell Law School; Cornell TechJoão Quintais, University of AmsterdamMartin Senftleben, University of AmsterdamRebecca Tushnet, Harvard Law SchoolModerator:Pamela Samuelson, Berkeley Law School

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  • 76
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  • 1/28/25
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Interplay with OCSSP Rules in the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Tutorial “The EU Digital Services Act – Overview and Central Features”   Speaker: João Quintais, University of Amsterdam

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  • 10/7/24
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27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: Rules for Hosting Providers, Online Platforms and Very Large Online Platforms

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

27th Annual BTLJ-BCLT Symposium: From the DMCA to the DSA Tutorial “The EU Digital Services Act – Overview and Central Features”   Speaker: Martin Husovec, London School of Economics

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  • 35
    Min.
  • 10/7/24
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AI as an Inventing Tool: AI as a tool to promote fair access to the patent system (Panel4/Closing)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

AI as an Inventing Tool—Its Implicatioins for Patent Law and PolicyRecorded November 15, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   Participate in Professor Colleen Chien's Study!   Speakers Prof. Colleen ChienBCLT, Berkeley Law   Prof. Keith RobinsonWake Forest University School of Law

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  • 38
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  • 6/3/25
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AI as an Inventing Tool: AI’s challenges to Patent law – Inventorship (Panel 2)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

AI as an Inventing Tool—Its Implicatioins for Patent Law and PolicyRecorded November 15, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   Participate in Professor Colleen Chien's Study!   Speakers Prof. Dennis CrouchUniversity of Missouri School of Law Yuan Hao, PhDBCLT, Berkeley Law Nalini MummalaneniUSPTO Moderator Prof. Robert MergesBCLT, Berkeley Law

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  • 59
    Min.
  • 6/3/26
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AI as an Inventing Tool: Beyond Inventorship (Panel 3)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

AI as an Inventing Tool—Its Implicatioins for Patent Law and PolicyRecorded November 15, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   Participate in Professor Colleen Chien's Study!   Speakers Ali AlemozafarPartner, Wilson Sonsini Yuan Hao, PhDBCLT, Berkeley Law Prof. Peter LeeUC Davis Law Prof. Robert MergesBCLT, Berkeley Law Moderator Prof. Colleen ChienBCLT, Berkeley Law

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  • 51
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  • 6/3/25
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AI as an Inventing Tool: Using AI as an inventing tool – the technological basis (Panel 1)

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

AI as an Inventing Tool—Its Implicatioins for Patent Law and PolicyRecorded November 15, 2023 Event Information | Agenda | Resources   Participate in Professor Colleen Chien's Study!   Speakers Calvin ChinFounding Partner, E14 ventures Ali Madani, PhDCEO, Profluent Moderator Yuan Hao, PhDBCLT, Berkeley Law

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  • 50
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  • 6/3/25
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: (Panel 1) Disruptive Technologies

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE Focus on ways in which societies have adapted to previous disruptive technologies and the prospects of societal adaptations to generative AI technologies -- Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. Speaker Tyler Ochoa, Santa Clara University School of Law Matthew Sag, Emory Law School Pamela Samuelson, Berkeley Law School

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  • 51
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  • 4/23/25
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: Demonstration and Q&A session about the Picasso AI reconstruction project

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. Speakers Anthony Bourached, University College, LondonDavid Stork, Stanford University

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  • 47
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  • 4/24/25
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Generative AI as a Creativity Tool: Framing Remarks

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Recorded on September 22, 2023 This program does not provide CLE Focus on the current state of discourse about generative AI. So far, it has largely focused on various societal risks and the copyright lawsuits, but more attention is needed to understand why some authors and artists are using generative AI to enhance their creative outputs. -- Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely used disruptive technology. It is, however, far from the first technology to disrupt economic and social paradigms. Societies have adapted to such technologies in the past. This half-day conference will consider how society may adapt to generative AI. Our speakers will consider concerns that have been raised about the dangers of AI and copyright implications of generative, but also some benefits that AI can bring about in terms of new products, services, capabilities, and new opportunities for creative expression. SpeakerChristopher Jon Sprigman, NYU Law School

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  • 10
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  • 4/1/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Authors, Libraries, and Free Expression

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 60
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  • 6/2/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Closing Remarks

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 28
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  • 6/2/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Copyright and Internet Activism

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 68
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  • 6/2/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Copyright Reform

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 80
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  • 6/2/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Innovation

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 95
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  • 6/2/25
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Symposium Celebrating Pamela Samuelson: Mapping Copyright


Program occured Novemeber 3rd, 2023 The program does not offer MCLE Event Information | Program Berkeley Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be hosting an event to honor the career and impact (so far!) of our dear colleague Pamela Samuelson. Pamela Samuelson is the Richard M. Sherman ’74 Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California at Berkeley and a Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.  She teaches courses on intellectual property, cyberlaw, and information privacy.  She has written and spoken extensively about the challenges that new information technologies pose for traditional legal regimes, especially for intellectual property law.  She is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Contributing Editor of Communications of the ACM, a past Fellow of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and an Honorary Professor of the University of Amsterdam.  She is a co-founder and chair of the Board of Directors for Authors Alliance, a nonprofit whose mission is to facilitate authorship in the public interest.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as a Fellow of the Center for Democracy & Technology, and a member of the Advisory Boards for Public Knowledge and the Electronic Privacy Information Center.

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  • 6/2/25
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Talk I: Copyright Challenge – A Comparative Law View on Authorship

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

Program occured on January 23, 2024 Event Information | Agenda | Resources Presented by Asia IP & Competition Law Center In Nov. 2023, the five-year-old Beijing Internet Court (“BIC”) issued a landmark judgment (Li v. Liu) on the copyright eligibility of an image generated with Stable Diffusion AI, finding the human user that provided elaborate prompts to the machine to be the “author”. This judgment has triggered a flurry of vigorous debates in China, and meanwhile attracted significant international attention. Some commented that this $70 ruling may have far-reaching implications on the evolution of AIGC in China, unleashing a trillion-dollar industry. Some contrasted this judgment with the various rejection decisions issued lately by the US Copyright Office (“USCO”), which found that the human users in the loop do not have sufficient authorial control, despite the hundreds of prompt inputs. The apparent disparity in outcomes however, may have largely shadowed the similarity of a human-centered approach adopted by both institutions facing a common conundrum. With the emergence of powerful Gen-AI tools and their varied synergies with human beings, we now start to witness real-world examples of “authorless works” as coined by Prof. Ginsburg and Luke Budiardjo. While these “works” may not fulfill the conventional authorship requirement, some of them may have remarkable commercial or even arguably artistic values (depending how we interpret “art”). How to properly address this common challenge faced by all jurisdictions, may require us to go beyond the doctrinal level and revisit the justifying principles of copyright law / author’s law, in light of the legal and economic context in the particular jurisdiction. In this inaugural Talk, we invited Profs Guobin Cui and Qian Wang, two renowned copyright law scholars in China, to give us a nuanced account of this case, against the backdrop of how the rapidly evolving copyright law deals with various technological challenges in China. As a comparison, BCLT’s own faculty director Prof. Robert Merges, Co-Director of BAIC, will provide his insight through the lens of US copyright law, as well as the underlying principles of intellectual property. Discussants:    Prof. Guobin Cui (???), Tsinghua University School of LawProf. Robert Merges, BCLTProf. Qian Wang (??), Eastern University of Political Science and Law Moderator: Dr. Yuan Hao (??), BCLT

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  • 7/1/25
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USPTO’s Battle Against Fraudulent Trademark Filings From China: Origins, Strategies, and Ethics

  • Author/Instructor:  BCLT

In recent years Chinese companies have become major filers of trademarks at the USPTO. The filings have likely been in response to market demands, the growth of e-commerce, and domestic Chinese subsidies. However, the increase has also brought with it numerous unscrupulous actors on both sides of the Pacific. The result has been a surge in fraudulent USPTO trademark filings and disciplinary actions brought by USPTO, as well as cancellation of thousands of trademark applications. The increase in USPTO disciplinary activity has also come at a time that China has been increasingly concerned about misuse of IP filing subsidies and the need to increase its own controls over bad faith filings in China. These developments in Chinese trademark filings at the USPTO may lso reflects the difficulties in establishing and enforcing cross-border disciplinary rules. Speaker: Mark Cohen, BCLT, Asia SocietyMichael Mangelson. USPTOJennifer Chicoski, USPTOHaiyan Ren, Wanhuida   NOTE: You will receive a certificate of completion for CLE credit after viewing this course on the B-CLE platform.

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  • 90
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  • 4/20/24
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