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2011 ICR Seminars: Overview of Problems Concerning IPR Licensing in the IT Industry

2011 ICR Seminar

Regulations over Licensing of Intellectual Property Rights

◊ Venue : International Conference Room(19th floor), Korea Intellectual Property Service Center, Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu

◊ Date : Friday, April 8, 2011

◊ Time : 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm

◊ Programme (Simultaneous translation offered)


13:00  ~  13:30   Registration

13:30  ~  13:40   Opening Remarks : Jin-Hee Yoo (Professor, Korea University; Director, ICR Center)

13:40  ~  15:30   Session 1 : Presentation and Discussion


Moderated by,

Ki-Chang Kim (Proferssor, Korea University Law School)


Topic I : Alden Abbot (Deputy Director, US Federal Trade Commission)

“Standard Setting Enforcement Under Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act”

Discussion Panel : Seung-Jae Choi (Professor, Kyungpook National University Law School)


Topic II : Kook-Hyun Kwon (Attorney at Law, Kim & Chang)

“The Validity and Criteria of Applying Anti-trust Law to Deceptive Acts of ‘Organization for Standardization’ in the Process of Standardization.

Discussion Panel : Yong-Tae Lee (Managing Director, Samsung Electronics)


Topic III : Anne Layne (Vice President, Compass LexEcon)

 “Making Sense of FRAND Commitments: Theory and EC Application”

Discussion Panel : Joon-Byung Oh (Professor, Inha University Department of Economics)


15:30 ~ 15:50    Coffee Break

15:50 ~ 18:00    Session 2 : Presentation and Discussion/Open Discussion


Moderated by,

Ki-Chang Kim (Professor, Korea University Law School)


Topic IV : Yeon-Duk Jeong (Professor, Kunkook University Law School)

“Issues on Organization for Standardization and Patent Pool”

Discussion Panel : Seung-Ho Jae (Team Manager, Standard-Related Patent Semiconductor Intellectual Property Division, Korean Intellectual Property Office(KIPO))


Topic V : Seung-Kyu Lee (Deputy Director, Free Trade Commission)

“Korean Anti-trust Law and FRAND”

Discussion Panel : Yu-Jin Kim (Attorney at Law, Lee&Ko)


Open Discussion


18:00 ~

Closing Remarks and Reception

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