The Emergence of Computational Legal Studies Conference 2018
The conference will be held on June 28 and 29, 2018.
Call for Papers: Conference on Limitations on Trademark Rights
Deadline to submit an abstract is September 14, 2018.
Taming the Right to Information: Motive Screening and the Public Interest Test under China’s FOI-like Law
Yongxi Clement Chen’s article on The Journal of Comparative Law, 2018.
The Transparent Self Under Big Data Profiling: Privacy and Chinese Legislation on the Social Credit System
Yongxi Chen and Anne Cheung’s article on The Journal of Comparative Law, 2018.
Boundary Spanning Innovation and the Patent System: Interdisciplinary Challenges for a Specialized Examination System
Ryan Whalen’s new article on Research Policy, 2018.
Artificial Intelligence and the Right to be Forgotten
This seminar will be held on July 5 (Thursday) from 1pm-2pm at HKU.
Blockchain & IP related Transfer Pricing Arrangements
This event will be held on May 28 (Monday) from 1pm-2pm at HKU.
Priority Queuing on the Docket: Universality of Judicial Dispute Resolution Timing
Ryan Whalen’s article on Frontiers in Physics, 2018.
Complex Innovation and the Patent Office
Ryan Whalen’s article in The Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property, 2018.
Research Funding’s ‘Endorsement Effect’ on Scientific Boundary Work and Research Production: Government Legitimization of Alternative Medicine
Ryan Whalen’s article on Science and Public Policy, 2018.
Symposium: Privacy, Data Protection and Data-Sharing in Biomedical Research
The symposium “Privacy, Data Protection and Data-Sharing in Biomedical Research” jointly co-organized by the HKU CMEL and Law and Technology Centre will be held on April 11, 2018 from 2pm-5pm. This symposium is Part II of a full-day rundown.
Is Distributed Ledger Technology Built for Personal Data?
Henry Chang’s new article published in Journal of Data Protection & Privacy, 2018.
DVC-HKU IP Symposium “Evolving Issues in Brand Protection in the Digital Marketing Era”
The DVC-HKU IP Symposium will be held on March 24, 2018 from 9:15 am – 12:30pm at Mayer Brown JSM office.
A Network Theory of Patentability: Towards an Empirical Measure of Patent Nonobviousness
This event will be held on March 29 (Thursday) from 12pm-1pm at HKU.
Intellectual Property Issues in Mega-Regional Trade: The Asia-Pacific’s RCEP in Global Context
This event will be held on March 5, 2018 (Monday) from 1pm-2pm at HKU.
Blockchain: Disrupting data protection?
Henry Chang’s new article published on Privacy Law and Business International Report, 2017.
Call-for-papers: The Emergence of Computational Legal Studies
Call-for-papers for the workshop on Computational Legal Studies. Deadline to submit your papers is February 28, 2018.
Digitizing Trade: The Challenge of Crafting Balanced IP and Digital Policy Provisions in the TPP and NAFTA
This event will be held on Jan 18, 2018 (Thurs) from 6:30pm – 7:30pm at HKU.
Ryan Whalen on Common Law Evolution and Judicial Impact in the Age of Information
An article written by Ryan Whalen et al. published in Elon Law Review.