The workshop, entitled Pathways for U.S.-China Research Collaboration, the fifth in a series of "Realistic" U.S.-China collaborative programs, organized by the University of California, Berkeley School of Law and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology (BCLT) in partnership with the Asia Society Northern California Chapter, was held on October 19, 2022, focusing on bilateral relations, multilateral relations, U.S.-China trade, "rebalancing", and global issues.
The discussion focused on the risks of U.S.-China technology cooperation, the impact of the FBI on China's overseas intellectual programs and how China can respond to the current situation, and the risks associated with cooperation in basic research and cutting-edge technologies. He Jing was invited to speak in the session "Current Challenges".
A video of the conference is now available on YouTube and can be viewed by clicking on the following link.
Mr. He, a specialized legal practitioner with more than 20 years of experience in handling complex China litigation, IP, antitrust, policy advocacy and compliance matters. He started his legal career as a US patent attorney in Silicon Valley before focusing on China IP practice. Some of his cases were listed as top IP cases by Chinese judiciary authorities. Mr. He was selected as Recommended Intellectual Property Lawyer by Chambers Asia-Pacific Guide, and was ranked by a number of leading legal guides, including IAM, WTR, Managing Intellectual Property, Legal 500, Legalband.
He currently also leads the policy programs as the executive director of Beijing Zhongguancun (ZGC) Intellectual Property Strategy Research Institute.