Public Lecture: Evidence Rules in Administrative Litigation

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Monday, June 15, 2015
7:00-9:00p.m.
C303, PKU ShenZhen

Lecture Title: Evidence Rules in Administrative Litigation

Lecture Speaker: Judge Xiaoxue Cai

Lecture Language: Chinese

Biography of Judge Xiaoxue Cai:

Judge Xiaoxue Cai is a retired senior judge of the Supreme People’s Court. He was a former Senior Judge of the First Grade and the Chief of the Third Collegial Tribunal of the Administrative Division, Supreme People’s Court. Judge Cai graduated from Anhui University Department of Law in 1983. During his service as a judge of the Supreme People’s Court from 1987 to 2014, he received various honors, including nomination as a National Distinguished Judge in 2010, and National Expert of Adjudication, which are the two most valuable distinctions for Chinese judges.

Judge Cai took part in the drafting of most of the important Judicial Interpretations in the field of administrative law and administrative litigation law. He has published extensively, including monographs, textbooks and more than 100 articles in law journals.

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Public Lecture: U.S. IP Litigation, 337 Case Analysis and the Implication to Chinese Company

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Sunday, June 7, 2015
2:00-5:00p.m.
C303, PKU ShenZhen

Lecture Title: U.S. IP Litigation, 337 Case Analysis and the Implication to Chinese Company

Lecture Speaker:

Steven Geiszler

Mark Nelson is a partner in Dentons’ Dallas and Houston offices, and has 20 years of experience in patent litigation.  To date, Mr. Nelson has been lead counsel in more than 30 patent matters and has appeared in upwards of 75 patent matters.  Many of these matters have been in Eastern District of Texas, the Northern District of Illinois (Chicago), and the District of Delaware, which hear a lot of patent case.  He has also appeared in many other federal district courts around the country and patent litigation cases in the United States International Trade Commission (ITC).  Much of his patent litigation experience has been in wireless/telephony, Internet, computer networks, encryption, semiconductors, biotechnology, chemical compounds, and cosmetics cases.  Among these cases, Mr. Nelson has represented a number of Asian or Chinese companies.  He also has extensive experience in patent valuation and non-infringement analysis.  Mr. Nelson has been named a “Super Lawyer” for IP Litigation in 2012-2015.

Mark Nelson

Steven Geiszler is a partner in Dentons’ Dallas office. Since 2001, Mr. Geiszler has worked almost exclusively on U.S. patent matters, primarily patent litigation. He has appeared in more than 35 patent litigation matters in the Eastern District of Texas, some of which he handled as lead attorney. In addition, he has participated many patent litigation matters in other courts, including California and Delaware, and at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Mr. Geiszler has played a main role in several sophisticated patent litigation cases the United States International Trade Commission (ITC), where he has extensive experience. Many of his patent cases were in the areas of semiconductors, consumer electronics, computer networks, and pharmaceuticals. Mr. Geiszler also has experience in antitrust matters involving patent issues. Among many recognitions, Mr. Nelson Geiszler has been named a “Super Lawyer” for IP Litigation in 2013 – 2015. He was recently named “Best for IP Litigation – Texas 2015″ in The Corporate America magazine’s Legal Elite.

Zunxuan (Digger) Chen

Zunxuan (Digger) Chen has obtained multiple degrees in China and the United States. He focuses his practice on patent prosecution and patent litigation in the areas of medicine, biology, chemistry, electronics and mechanics. His practice also includes representing clients in copyright and trademark disputes. Dr. Chen has represented several Chinese companies in patent litigation matters in the Eastern District of Texas, and other matters including patent prosecution and technology transfer. Dr. Chen was named a Regional Expert for Intellectual Property by Chambers Global for 2011. A frequent traveler to Asia, He has in-depth experience as a liaison for institutional and individual clients in strategic counseling, patent portfolio development and management, intellectual property rights and other legal matters involving inbound and outbound investment between China and the United States.

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Public Lecture: Remedies for Prospective Nonperformance of Contract Under U.S. Uniform Commercial Code § 2-609 – A Comparison with Suspension Rules Under China’s Contract Act

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015
2:00-3:00p.m.
B218, PKU ShenZhen

Lecture Title: Remedies for Prospective Nonperformance of Contract Under U.S. Uniform Commercial Code § 2-609: A Comparison with Suspension Rules Under China’s Contract Act

Lecture Speaker: Professor Yunxi Chen

Lecture Language: Chinese

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2015 STL Summer Honors Program Roadshow

TIME VENUE
6:40p.m. May 12 Classroom 425, Building 2, Peking University (Beijing)
7:00p.m. May 13 Auditorium 7, Changping Campus, China University of Political Science and Law
7:00p.m. May 14 Classroom 303, Main Building, Nankai University
7:00p.m. May 21 Video Conference Room, Student Activity Center, Southwestern University of Finance and Econimics

STL/Kyoto University Joint Student Seminar in International Law

On May 20 and 21, a group of STL and Kyoto University students will participate in a Joint Student Seminar in International Law, to be held on STL’s campus in Shenzhen. Students will present papers on emerging issues of international law. Professor Shotaro Hamamoto will lead the Kyoto University group, and Professor Mark Feldman will lead the group from STL. The following papers will be presented at the seminar:

The Kyoto students and paper topics are as follows:

Okada, Yohei:
Attribution of Conducts Carried out by UN Peacekeepers: The Concept of Effective Control

Ochi, Megumi:
Amnesties in the International Criminal Justice

Hirano, Miharu:
Human Rights to Water and Investment Arbitration

Kitamura, Rieko:
The Scope of Religious Freedom in the European Convention on Human Rights

Nisugi, Kento:
Non-pecuniary Remedies in Investment Treaty Arbitration: Application of ILC Articles in Transnational Forum

Takata, Hinako:
The Roles of the International Human Rights Courts in Promoting and Helping Transition to Democracy

The STL students and paper topics are as follows:

Chen Shenglan:
Protecting Human Rights of Host States’ Local Residents through Non-Party Submissions  

Daniel Culpepper:
Ukraine Crisis Sanctions: WTO Obligations and Security Exceptions

Du Xiaoye:
Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in China and Japan: A Comparison of Practice

Jiang Shan:
Anonymous No More: Regulating Offshore Transfer of Corruption Proceeds via Service Providers

Xia Zhiyi:
The Transparency Principle in International Investment Arbitration and China’s Reactions

Zhang Junqi:
Corruption-tainted Investment in Investor-State Arbitration: Current Approaches and Possible Alternatives

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