The CGCP presented at the 20th U.S.-China Legal Exchange Conference

On February 29, 2016, CGCP Founder and Director Dr. Mei Gechlik and CGCP Adviser James McManis presented at the 20th U.S.-China Legal Exchange Conference, which was led by the U.S. Department of Commerce and China’s Ministry of Commerce, and hosted by Stanford Law School’s Program in Law, Science and Technology. Their panel was entitled Judicial Reform, Including Establishment of Specialized IP Courts and Use of Case Law as Precedent; Judicial Explanation on Patent Law, featuring both speakers, WANG Chuang, Deputy Chief Judge of the IPR Tribunal, Supreme People’s Court of China, and SLS professor Lisa Larrimore Ouellette.

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WANG Chuang, Deputy Chief Judge of the IPR Tribunal, Supreme People’s Court of China
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Dr. Mei Gechlik, CGCP Founder and Director
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James McManis, Founder and Partner, McManis Faulkner; Fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and Co-Chair of its China Program