Description

This conference will address the question of interoperability: what strategies can global companies adopt in complying with the laws of China, the US and Europe (and, of course, the rest of the world) and how should the laws of those countries develop to better protect consumers while also fostering innovation and competition.

CONFERENCE HOSTS:
Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
Peking University
The EastWest Institute
The United States Information Technology Office
The Asia Society
JD.com
New America

REGISTRATION FEES:
Corporate/Law Firm: $200.00
Supporter or Member of Conference Organizer: $100.00
Gov't/Nonprofit/Academic: $50.00
Student: $25.00

CANCELLATIONS:
Full refunds are available for paid registrations cancelled in writing to symposium@law.berkeley.edu by February 22, after which no refunds are available. You may transfer your registration to another person by sending their name to rpfisk@law.berkeley.edu by February 25, after which no substitutions are available.

For programming questions contact Jim Dempsey at jdempsey@law.berkeley.edu. For logistics questions contact Richard Fisk at rpfisk@law.berkeley.edu.

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