GCR held its second annual California conference on intellectual property and antitrust last May at the University of California in Berkeley. Cornerstone Research economist Matthew Lynde moderated a panel focused particularly on how Asian courts and competition enforcers are handling licensing in IP-intensive industries, including requirements to license on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms. The speakers were Yingling Wei, a partner at JunHe in Beijing; Patrick Breslin, founder of Breslin Consulting in Washington, DC; and Arshad (Paku) Khan, a partner at the Indian firm Khaitan & Co.
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