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May 27, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pmFree
Among the issues to be discussed: what are the recent developments of FRAND methodologies in China? What are the economical, political and jurisprudential rationalities behind these methodologies? What are the potential consequences? How can recent empirical research on the royalty stacking theory inform the Chinese courts of optimal FRAND methodology? How would those practical difficulties in existence, such as the lack of adequate discovery and parties’ failure to provide sensitive materials (for example comparable licenses), affect the various Chinese courts’ willingness to adopt the optimal methodology? Should a Chinese court decide a global portfolio licensing royalty absent both parties’ consents?
Fei Deng, Charles River Associates
Prof. Alexander Galetovic, Hoover Institution
Prof. Robert Merges, Berkeley Law
Hongbin Zhang, Lexfield Law Office