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RSVP NOW for Seminar on China’s IP Case System Featuring Beijing IP Court Judges; Successful Meeting with Supreme People’s Court Delegation; Final Call for Writing Contest (NEW Deadline: October 10, 2017)

CGCP Meeting with the SPC
Heart: Judge QIAN Xiaochen (President of the Investigation Institute of Judicial Circumstances & Deputy Director-Normal of the Data Heart, Supreme People’s Courtroom of China) and Dr. Mei Gechlik (Founder & Director, CGCP)

Approaching Seminar on China’s IP Scenario Procedure That includes Judges from the Beijing IP Courtroom

Seven yrs just after China proven its method of Guiding Circumstances (i.e., de facto binding precedents), the state is completely ready to consider a different groundbreaking action: building a case method that focuses on mental house. Will this method be a lot more in line with stare decisis, with judgments rendered by China’s IP courts deemed formally binding? Will the databases currently being built to guidance this new method be open to the community to encourage comprehension and facilitate legal exercise? How might foreign functions, together with U.S. organizations and innovators, be capable to leverage this new enhancement to much better defend their legal rights and interests?

To remedy the over and similar inquiries, Dr. Mei Gechlik, Founder and Director of the China Guiding Circumstances Task (“CGCP”), will average a Guiding Circumstances SeminarTMon Oct 19, 2017 at Stanford Law Faculty (“SLS”) showcasing Judge JIANG Shuwei and Judge LIU Yijun (both equally judges from the Beijing IP Courtroom), Judge William A. Fletcher (Circuit Judge, Courtroom of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit), Mr. John Liu (Chief Technology Officer, Gridsum Keeping Inc.), and Professor Leon Lee (Government Director, Scenario Law Investigation Heart, Faculty of Law, Central College of Finance and Economics). SLS Dean Elizabeth Magill will provide an opening speech to welcome the speakers and visitors. Really don’t overlook the chance to master about this significant enhancement in the Chinese legal method and RSVP in this article now!

The CGCP thanks Professor Leon Lee of the Faculty of Law of Central College of Finance and Economics (“CUFE”) for bringing us this chance to host this sort of an significant party. Judge GUO Feng (Supreme People’s Courtroom of China), who oversees China’s Guiding Circumstances Procedure, previously served as the dean of CUFE’s legislation college. Below his deanship, the college developed a potent emphasis on applying the case research process, culminating in the institution of the Scenario Law Investigation Heart. The middle has been performing intently with the Supreme People’s Courtroom of China to help encourage the use of conditions nationwide.

In addition to the over seminar, Judge LIU Yijun will also be a part of a panel at the Patent Law in Global Viewpoint convention to talk about with other panelists world wide patent licensing and enforcement.

Productive Meeting with Supreme People’s Courtroom of China Delegation

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Judge QIAN Xiaochen and users of the Supreme People’s Courtroom of China delegation listen to the presentation delivered by the CGCP workforce

China’s institution of an IP case method is part of the country’s target of applying consultant, very well-reasoned conditions to guideline adjudication and other dispute resolution processes.  This target was emphasised for the duration of a assembly held at SLS on September 24, 2017 with Dr. Mei Gechlik and 6 CGCP users together with a Chinese delegation led by Judge QIAN Xiaochen, President of the Investigation Institute of Judicial Circumstances and Deputy Director-Normal of the Data Heart, Supreme People’s Courtroom.  According to Judge Qian, the Supreme People’s Courtroom has been establishing a platform (https://anli.courtroom.gov.cn) the place consultant, very well-reasoned conditions recommended by legal professionals and other fascinated functions are out there.  This platform serves as a nutritional supplement to a different web-site of the Supreme People’s Courtroom (https://wenshu.courtroom.gov.cn), which residences all judgments or rulings of Chinese courts, until they are withheld for privacy or other reasons.  Presently, the https://wenshu.courtroom.gov.cn web-site has a lot more than 35 million judgments/rulings, whilst the judgments/rulings of almost 40,000 consultant, very well-reasoned conditions are out there at https://anli.courtroom.gov.cn/.

The two sides exchanged other ideas about how to acquire potent databases to help China’s legal lifestyle increase to incorporate the use of conditions. The CGCP thanks the U.S. Section of State and U.S. Embassy in China for arranging this large-degree check out.

Ultimate Call for Composing Contest (NEW Deadline: Oct ten, 2017)

Owing to quite a few requests, we have decided to extend the deadline to Oct ten.

In Could 2017, we introduced an intercontinental Composing Contest to encourage a lot more analyses of conditions in China simply because of their increasing worth. We have been given several submissions.  Thank you.  With the contest closing in just a couple brief days, we glimpse ahead to looking through the submissions and saying the winners.  If you are organizing to apply but have not still performed so, don’t neglect to e mail your submission to [email protected] by Tuesday, Oct ten!  For a lot more details about the Composing Contest, together with all of the prerequisites for a comprehensive submission, please check out https://cgc.legislation.stanford.edu/party/china-conditions-insights-crafting-contest-2017.

For revealed China Circumstances InsightsTM, please see China Circumstances Perception No. 1: “In Qihu v. Tencent, the Chinese Supreme People’s Courtroom Features Antitrust Perception for the Electronic Age” by the Honorable John M. Walker, Jr. (Senior Circuit Judge, U.S. Courtroom of Appeals for the Second Circuit) (website link) and China Circumstances Perception No. 2: “Guiding Scenario No. 70: Food items and Chinese Medicine” by Dr. Gechlik and Zhaoyi (Troy) Tune (Assistant Controlling Editor, CGCP).

The CGCP thanks our sponsors, together with Alston & Chook LLP, Broad & Vivid, the Heart for East Asian Studies of Stanford College, China Fund of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies of Stanford College, and the Fu Tak Iam Basis Restricted, for their kind and generous guidance. The CGCP strives to proceed bringing you a lot more insights about China’s Guiding Circumstances. Make sure you help us attain this target by generating a reward to us now and become part of our historic mission to help China acquire its case legislation method. Thank you for your guidance!