October 13, 5:00 – 6:30 PM (PT)

Berkeley Law invites to free webinar on China plant variety protection

To what extent does China’s plant variety IP regime address China’s twin goals of becoming an agricultural innovator and meeting the food security needs of its vast population?

The online event by Berkeley Law will explore the public policy implications of China’s efforts to become a major force in new plant varieties, the technical aspects of China’s emerging plant variety regime, and how these changes fit into China’s overall IP practice. Learn more here.

Join the expert speakers:  
Mark A Cohen, BCLT/Berkeley Law (moderator)
Michael Ward, MoFo (moderator)
Elaine Wu, USPTO
Amy Martin, Driscoll’s
Dan Fang, ASTA
Xu Yi, Lusheng
Zhou Yanhao, Sinochem/Syngenta
Alanna Rennie, Baker McKenzie

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