Antitrust in Asia: One Size Fits All?

Friday, 24 May 2019 from 09:30 to 17:30 (HKT)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Graduate Law Centre, Hong Kong

Compass Lexecon expert Elizabeth Xiao-Ru Wang (Executive Vice President) joins a panel on IP licensing at the Antitrust in Asia conference. Elizabeth will discuss whether standard essential patents should be challenged in a panel moderated by Han Li Toh, Chief Executive of the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore.

Other speakers include Frédéric Jenny (Chairman, OECD), Xiaolin Zhang (Vice President & Legal Counsel, Qualcomm), Richard Rinkema (Competition and Innovation Law & Policy, Microsoft), Xin Zhang (Senior Legal Counsel, Tencent), Sandra Marco Colino (Assistant Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong), Brent Snyder (Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Competition Commission) and Deborah Healey (Professor, Director CIBEL, The University of New South Wales).

Discussion topics include:

  • IP licensing: should essential patents be challenged?
  • Use of economic evidence before courts and agencies: Is there a role for lawyers?
  • High-tech mergers: are they specific?

The conference takes place between 09:30 – 17:30 on Friday 24 May at The Chinese University of Hong Kong Graduate Law Centre, Hong Kong.

View the full agenda on the event registration page.