The China Law Research Group in the UTS Faculty of Law together with the Australia-China Relations Institute will host the second Chinese-Australian Dialogue on Intellectual Property (IP) Protection and Border Enforcement. This is a continuation of the 2014 dialogue with Australian Border Force, various business organisations, IP legal experts and Chinese counterparts.
Now that Australia and China have a free trade agreement in place and China has formulated a set of policies aimed at strengthening trans-regional customs cooperation to support the Belt and Road Initiative, this dialogue provides an opportunity to consider developments in IP protection and border enforcement. It will bring together Chinese and Australian representatives from industry, government and academia to discuss the legal and policy issues and potential solutions relating to cross-border enforcement of IP rights between China and Australia.
The dialogue will follow the annual conference of the Asian-Pacific Copyright Association being held at UTS from 29-31 October.
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