Berkeley-Tsinghua transnational IP meeting highlights progress, risks for U.S. and China

Participants at a Berkeley conference Tuesday outlined both encouraging and concerning signals for transnational IP litigation in the U.S. and China. While available data suggest domestic and foreign parties have received equitable treatment in each jurisdiction, a steep decline in documented Chinese IP cases involving U.S. parties reflects the uncertainty fueled by trade tensions.

The meeting was the

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