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2012 ICR Law Center Special Seminar Series, the 2nd Seminar : Tri-polar Relationship: Innovation, Competition & Patent

2012 ICR Law Center Special Seminar Series


Implications of Samsung-Apple Patent Disputes to Patent System

The 2nd Seminar : Tri-polar Relationship - Innovation, Competition & Patent


◊ Date : Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

◊ Venue : PPS Hall, 3rd floor of the Public Procurement Service Building

◊ Time : 1:20 pm - 6:00 pm

◊ Co-host : ICR Law Center, Franklin Pierce Center for IP, National Research Foundation of Korea

◊ Sponsor : National Intellectual Property Committee of Korea

◊ Programme (Simultaneous translation offered)


13:20 ~ 13:30    Greetings & Opening Remark

Ryu, Jin Hee (Director, ICR Law Center / Professor, Korea Univ. Law School)


Congratulatory Address

Young-Ho Ahn (Commissioner, Korea Fair Trade Commission)


13:30 ~ 15:00    Session 1: Presentations



Young-Wook Ha (Senior Managing Partner of Ha & Ha)


Presentation I : Dae-Hee Lee (Professor, Korea Univ. Law School)

Protection of Trade Dress and Innovation & Competition


Presentation II : Arthur Gajarsa (Professor, Franklin Pierce Law Center for IP, Former Judge of US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit)

Leahy-smith American invents act


Presentation III : Miguel Rato (Partner, Shearman & Sterling)

Samsung v Apple: the EU antitrust perspective


Presentation IV : Jin-Yul Ju (Professor, Pusan Univ. Law School)

Competition and Innovation: A Lesson from Apple/Samsung Patents War


15:00 ~ 15:20    Coffee Break

15:20 ~ 16:50    Session 2 : Presentations and Panel Discussions



Young-Wook Ha (Senior Managing Partner of Ha & Ha)


Presentation V : Shoichi Okuyama (President of Japan Patent Attorneys Association)

Open Innovation, Competition and IPR from a Japanese point of view


Presentation VI : Eric Reifschneider (SVP & GM, Qualcomm QTL)

IP Strategy of a Global IT Company


Discussion 1 (for PT I) : Alain Strowel (Professor, Of Counsel, Covington & Burling)

Discussion 2 (for PT II): Young-Sun Cho (Professor, Korea Univ. Law School)

Discussion 3 (for PT III, IV) : In-Hye Koh (Deputy Director, Korea Fair Trade Commission)

Discussion 4 (for PT V) : Ki-Chang Kim (Professor, Korea Univ. Law School)

Discussion 5 (for PT VI): Kyung-Hyun Min (Patent Team Manager, SK Hynix)


16:50 ~ 17:00    Coffee Break

17:00 ~ 18:00    Panel Discussions and Q&A


Please check attached invitation for more details.

Simultaneous interpreter is provided at the seminar.

Feel free to contact us at 02-3290-2915 (ICR Center executive office) or via email;


Attach:  ICR_2nd_Seminar Invitation_Samsung_Apple.pdf


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