The ABA Section of International Law Fall Meeting will be held in Seoul.
This event will be sponsored by the ICR Center and Korea University School of Law.
The ICR Center, in partnership with ABA SIL, will organize a session on the theme of structural change and technological innovation of competition authorities in Korea, China, and Japan.
The Conference will offer attendees 16 CLE PROGRAMS in 6 different tracks:
• The Emergence and Growth of Fintech in Asia
• Compliance 3.0: Tying Technology to Advance Compliance to the Next Level
• How Technology and Innovation Could Solve the Global Refugee Crisis: Using Profitable
Smartphone Apps, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology, and Person-to-Person Services
• How U.S. Tax Changes Will Affect U.S.-Asian Transfers of Investment and Technology
• AI, BigData, IoT, GDPR and data privacy laws in Asia around new technology
• When Money Is Not Enough: Ensuring Equitable Relief Is an Option in Arbitrating Technology
• Corporate Cyber Fraud: Global Strategies to Enhance Recovery Efforts in The Event of Asset Theft
• U.S. Export Controls Affecting Asian Technology Production
• The Continuing Evolution of the U.S.• Republic or Korea Free Trade Agreement and the Impact on
Regional and Trans-Pacific Investment and Technology transfer
• Trends and Challenges for Outbound Investments from India and China
• Recent Trends and Developments in Technology M&A in Asia
• The Role of Innovation and Technology in Competition Law and Enforcement in East Asia
• Understanding CFIUS Review Process and “National Security” Concerns: what every cross-border
M&A lawyer must know about the CFIUS review process and potential risks when representing
non-US buyers of U.S. businesses and assets
• Recent Developments on the FRAND Debate: A Comparative Analysis of US, EU and Asia
• Global Sports Corruption: A Challenging Frontier in International Business and International Law