23 May 2014
Venue: University of London Institute in Paris, 9-11 rue de Constantine, 75007 Paris
The Paris Intellectual Property Lecture series presents 'Digital Intellectual Property in China'. As effective protection for IPRs is becoming more challenging by the day in the virtual environment, China has established its digital IP regime with particular characteristics, which will be examined in light of an up-to-date case analysis.
Speaker: Dr Guan H Tang
Currently Visiting Professor at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, Dr Guan H Tang is Associate Professor of Law at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. Her primary research interests are in the areas of comparative IP, with an insight into Chinese IPRs and their relevance to the rest of the world. She also provides consultancy services to several organisations.
Guan received her PhD at the University of Edinburgh, where she read law with Professor Hector MacQueen, and investigated copyright law and the public interest on a comparative basis. Prior to that, she was awarded a governmental scholarship to undertake her Masters at Queen’s University Belfast.
For directions to the venue, please refer to the map.
How to Book
There is no charge for attending this lecture. As places will be limited, please register via the CCLS Eventbrite page no later than Monday 5 May 2014.
Photography, video and audio recording
Please note that CCLS events may be photographed or video and audio recorded. These materials will be used for internal and external promotional purposes only by Queen Mary University of London. If you object to appearing in the photographs, please let our photographer know on the day. Alternatively you can email CCLS Events Manager, Katherine Zaim, on email@example.com in advance of the event that you are attending.