Wanhuida Partner Speaks at IoT Symposium
On 31st October 2020, the “Symposium on the Sustainable Innovation and Development of IoT Industry” (the Symposium), which is jointly launched by the TECH·IP ECONOMY magazine and the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Xiamen University, is convened in Xiamen.
The Symposium features panel discussion centering “Cooperation and Challenge in the Automobile Communication Industry” and the “Novel Licensing Pattern of the IoT Industry”. Panelists are representatives from industry, intellectual property academia and judiciary.
Heavyweight speakers include Hu Shengtao, Director, IPR Policy, Ericsson, Assistant Professor Yang Zhengyu of the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Xiamen University, Teemu Soininen, Head, Automotive Licensing Program, Nokia, Judge Song Jian, Jiangsu High Court, as well as Associate Professor Tan Yuan, University of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Lin Xiuqin, Dean of the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Xiamen University moderated the panel discussion. Judge Ling Zongliang, Intellectual Property Court of the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) and Presiding Judge Yin Wei, Intellectual Property Tribunal of the Wuhan Intermediate Court shared comments on the recent FRAND licensing case law.
Johnson Li, Partner of Wanhuida Intellectual Property speaks on “Pitfalls and Takeaways of Licensing in IoT Industry”.
Ding Wenyan, SPC China Institute of Applied Jurisprudence (CIAJ), Presiding Judge Liu Junhua, Intellectual Property Tribunal of the Shanghai High Court and Judge Rui Songyan, Beijing Intellectual Property Court attend the Symposium virtually and interact with the speakers.