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2017年2月16日 掲載

5th Asia Pacific IP Forum: Challenges and Opportunities for IP Protection

5th Asia Pacific IP Forum
Challenges and Opportunities for IP Protection

Venue: Kanazawa University Satellite Plaza
Kanazawa City Nishi-cho Educational Center
3-16 Nishi-cho, Kanazawa, Ishikawa 920-0913, Japan

Organizers:

Hokkaido University Graduate School of Law                                                           Kanazawa University Graduate School of Law

Sponsors:

KDDI Research, Inc.; Foundation for Intellectual Property; Westlaw Japan K.K.;           Ishikawa Prefecture; Kanazawa City

Friday 17 March 2017
18:00-20:00 Pre-Conference Dinner
                    Hotel Kanazawa Kenrokusou, Banqueting Hall

Saturday 18 March 2017
9:30 – 9:50   Registration
9:50 – 9:55   Welcome speech by Prof. Koetsu Yamazaki, President of Kanazawa                      University
                    Assembly Hall (3rd floor)
9:55 – 10:00 Opening speech by Prof. Chuntian Liu, Renmin University of China
                    Assembly Hall (3rd floor)

10:00 – 11:45 Plenary Session: Challenges and Future of IP Protection
                     Assembly Hall (3rd floor)

Chair: Prof. Zahr Said, University of Washington
1. Prof. Yoshiyuki Tamura, Hokkaido University, Looking at Patent System from an Institutional Perspective
2. Prof. Ming-Yan Shieh, National Taiwan University, Trade Secret Protection in Taiwan
3. Prof. Yang Li, Sun Yat-sen University, IP Protection Trends in China
4. Prof. Sang Jo Jong, Seoul National University, Challenges and Future of Patent Remedies

11:45 – 13:15 Lunch

13:15 – 14:45 Parallel Sessions I
Copyright I
Assembly Hall (3rd floor)
Chair: Prof. Nobuhide Otomo, Kanazawa University
1. Prof. Kung-Chung Liu, Singapore management University, Twelve Golden Rules for De Lega Ferenda Copyright Code in Asia
2. Prof. Ryu Kojima, Kyushu University, The Role of “Author’s Right” in Landscape Design
3. Attorney Ayuko Hashimoto, Kotto Dori Law Office, Copyright Problems Associated with Japanese Case Related to Manga “High Score Girl”
4. Prof. He Guo, Renmin University of China, Copyright Protection on Computer Program in Clouds
5. Prof. YanBing Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, On the Subject of Copying in the Cloud Computing: Taking Relevant Cases as Reference

Patent I
Lecture Room (2nd floor)
Chair: Prof. Christoph Rademacher, Waseda University
1. Prof. Takeshi Maeda, Kobe University, Patent Eligibility of Biological Inventions
2. Prof. Chung-Lun Shen, National Chengchi University, Dynamic Patent Economic Value in the Era of Electronic Commerce and Patent Infringement―In Terms of the 3D Printing Technologies
3. Prof. Chaho Jung, Sungkyunkwan University, Harmonization & Streamlining of Patent Law of Korea, China & Japan OR Transference of Graduate Student’s Invention to University

14:45 – 15:00 Break

15:00 – 16:30 Parallel Sessions II
Copyright II
Assembly Hall (3rd floor)
Chair: Prof. Sang Jo Jong, Seoul National University
1. Prof. Zahr Said, University of Washington, Copyright and Jury Instructions
2. Prof. Toshiya Kaneko, Meiji University, Reasonable Royalty Damages for Software Copyright Infringement by Internal Business Use
3. Prof. Branislav Hazucha, Hokkaido University, Copyright Exhaustion in the Digital Age: An Empirical Study in China and Japan
4. Prof. Szu-Ting Chen, National Cheng Kung University, Copyright Issues on Recent Online Contents Industry in Taiwan

Patent II
Lecture Room (2nd floor)
Chair: Prof. Masabumi Suzuki, Nagoya University
1. Prof. T. Andrew Culbert, University of Washington, Current Developments Concerning Standard Essential Patents
2. Prof. Ichiro Nakayama, Kokugakuin University, Pandemic and Patent System: Is Compulsory Licencing a Workable Solution?

3. Prof. Masabumi Suzuki, Nagoya University, Patent Exhaustion and Implied Licenses: Comparison Between Japanese and US Law
4. Prof. Huang-Chih Sung, National Chengchi University, Challenge and Prospect of Patent Pledge in Taiwan

19:00 – 21:00 Dinner Reception
Large Training Room, Kanazawa Theatre
Greeting by Prof. Hiroshi Yamamoto, Vice President and Trustee of Kanazawa University
Piano recital by Attorney Ayuko Hashimoto, Kotto Dori Law Office

Sunday 19 March 2017
9:00 – 10:30 Parallel Sessions III
IP, Commerce and Cultural Traditions
Assembly Hall (3rd floor)
Chair: Prof. Ichiro Nakayama, Kokugakuin University
1. Prof. Sarah Burstein, University of Oklahoma, Partial Designs
2. Prof. Marketa Trimble, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Re-Territorialization of the Internet and the Internet Domain Names?
3. Prof. Irene Calboli, Singapore Management University, The protection of GIs in Asia Pacific: Recent Developments and Comparison with the EU and North America
4. Prof. Nobuhide Otomo, Kanazawa University, Will IPs Promote Traditional Crafts?

Emerging IP Issues
Lecture Room (2nd floor)
Chair: Prof. Ryu Kojima, Kyushu University
1. Prof. Mary LaFrance, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Choice of Law and the Right of Publicity
2. Prof. Yuriko Haga, Kanazawa University, International Issues on Contract on Authors’ Rights: Focusing on Moral Interests
3. Prof. Xiang Chu, East China University of Political Science and Law, Comparative Advertising in Chinese Law
4. Attorney Sang-Wook Han, Kim & Chang law firm, The Role of IP at the 4th Industrial Revolution: The strategy of Korea

10:30 – 10:45 Break

10:45 – 12:15 Plenary Sessions: Patent Enforcement
Assembly Hall (3rd floor)
Chair: Prof. Ming-Yan Shieh, National Taiwan University
1. Prof. Yeundek Chung, Konkuk University, Calculation of Damages in Patent Litigation in Korea, Japan and U.S.A.
2. Prof. Su-Hua Lee, National Taiwan University, Patentee’s or Licensee’s Standing to Assert Compensatory Damages within the Scope of Exclusive License: Recent Development in Taiwan

3. Prof. Christoph Rademacher, Waseda University, How Much Bifurcation Does an Efficient Patent Enforcement System Require?
4. Judge Dr. Sutatip Yuthayotin, Central Intellectual Property and International Court of Thailand, What Is Special about a Specialized Court for Adjudicating IP Cases?: Thailand’s Experience

12:15 – 14:00 Closing ceremony with lunch
14:00 – 18:00 Excursion to Kenroku-en
18:00 – 20:00 Farewell Party
Restaurant “Kikantei”, Kenroku-en