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The Second Stanford-Peking University Conference on Internet Law and Public Policy 2013


May 3, 2013 - May 4, 2013

Room Offsite

    Video Recordings

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    This Conference is cordially hosted by Stanford Law School and Peking University, and is sponsored by Tencent, China’s largest Internet company and one of the largest worldwide, and Microsoft, the largest software maker in the world. The main organizers include the China Guiding Cases Project, the Stanford Program in Law, Science, & Technology, the China Law and Policy Association, and the Stanford Law School Programs.

    Stanford Law School looks forward to building upon the great success of last year’s Conference on Internet Law and Public Policy at Peking University in providing a venue for sophisticated discussions of cutting-edge internet-related legal issues affecting companies and individuals in the United States, China, and worldwide. This year’s Conference will feature panels on Internet Antitrust Policy, Privacy, Intermediary Copyright Liability, Virtual Items, and Patent Litigation.

    Elizabeth Magill, Dean of Stanford Law School, and ZHANG Shouwen, Dean of Peking University Law School, have kindly agreed to deliver opening and closing remarks at the conference. 

    Confirmed moderators and panelists include:

    • Dan Auerbach, Staff Technologist, Electronic Frontier Foundation
    • Yannick Carapito, Senior Attorney, Antitrust Group, Microsoft
    • Neel Chatterjee, Co-Chair, Intellectual Property Group, Orrick
    • Colleen Chien, Assistant Professor, Santa Clara Law School
    • Joshua Fairfield, Associate Professor of Law, Washington & Lee University School of Law
    • Giuseppina D'Agostino, Founder & Director, IP Osgoode, IP Intensive & IP Innovation Clinic, University of Toronto
    • CHEN Fuli, IPR Attache, Chinese Embassy to the United States
    • Paul Goldstein, Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
    • Jennifer Granick, Director, Stanford Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School
    • HUANG Yong, Director and Professor, Faculty of Economic Law, University of International Business and Economics
    • Brent Irvin, General Counsel, Tencent Holdings Limited
    • KONG Xiangjun, Chief Judge, Intellectual Property Division, Supreme People’s Court, People’s Republic of China
    • Michelle K. Lee, Director of Silicon Valley United States Patent and Trademark Office
    • Mark Lemley, Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
    • Aleecia McDonald, Fellow, Stanford Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School
    • Jiarui Liu, Assistant Professor of Law, University of New Hampshire School of Law
    • Allen Lo, Deputy General Counsel, Google
    • Pan Baiyu, Director of the Legal Department, Youku Tudou Inc.
    • Tom Rubin, Chief IP Strategy Counsel, Microsoft
    • Scott A. Sher, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
    • SHI Jianzhong, Director and Professor, Competition Law Research Center, China University of Political Science and Law
    • SI Xiao, Director, Legal Research Center, Tencent
    • SU Jing, Director, Public Policy Research Department, Baidu
    • Andy Y. SUN, Professor of Law, Tongji University Law School; President and Executive Director, Asia Pacific Legal Institute
    • Kent Walker, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Google
    • WANG Qian, Professor, East China University of Political Science and Law
    • WANG Xixin, Vice Dean and Professor Law, Peking University Law School
    • Judge Ronald Whyte, Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California
    • WANG Zhicheng, Department of Copyright Administration, General Administration of Press and Publication of the PRC
    • YANG Ming, Assistant to the Dean and Associate Professor, Peking University Law School
    • ZHANG Ping, Professor of Law, Peking University Law School
    • ZHOU Hanhua, Researcher & Director, Department of Constitution and Administrative Law, China Academy of Social Sciences

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