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EE 402A | Topics in International Technology Management, Fall Quarter 2006

Intellectual Propoerty Management for Technology Business in Asia

September 28th through December 7th, 2006
Every Thursday, 4:15 – 5:30 pm
Free to the Public
Stanford University, Skilling Auditorium (Directions)
Instructor: Richard Dasher (rdasher at stanford.edu)

EE-402A Fall 2006 - 2007 Speaker Line Up

Date Speaker Title Slides
9/28 John H. Barton,
The Geroge E. Osborne
Professor of Law, Emeritus
Stanford Law School
Business Strategy and Intellectual Property:
What is intellectual property good for?
Slides Barton
10/05 Mr. Song Zhu,
Senior Associate,
Squire Sanders & Dempsy, L.L.P.

Mr. Peter "Scotch" Scocimara,
CEO, Dermacare Inc.
Setting up Technology Developmemnt in China Slides
10/12 Mr. Stephen Gellepie
Fernwick & West, L.L.P.
IP Management in Software Service businesses in India Slides Gillespie
10/19 Mr. Joseph Bach,
Sughrue Mion, L.L.P.
Intellectual Property and Counterfeit in China Slides
10/26 Linda Chao
Office of Technology Licensing (OTL),
Stanford University
Licensing to Companies ni Asia:
The Stanford Model
Slides Linda Chao
11/02 Mr. Rick Ellinger
Wirelesss Communications Alliance
Wireless Technology Standards in China:
Recent Issues, Processes, and Concerns
Slides Dasher

Slides Rick Ellinger
11/09 Panel Discussion

Mr. Al Kwok,
Presidetnt, Pear River Delta Chapter,
CASPA(Chinesse American Semiconductor Professional Assosicaition)
Savantas Policy Research Institute,
Hong Kong

Dr. Larry Rosenberg
Vice President, Engineering,
VSI Alliance
A Hong Kong platform for Trading IC-Related IP in China Slides Al Kwok Slides Rosenberg
11/16 Sherman Chu
Cisco Systems
How Cisco Systems Manage its IP in China Slides Chu
11/23 Thanksgiving - NO CLASS    
11/30 Shaalu Mehra
Perkins Coie, L.L.P.
The Evolution of Asia Outsourcing Models Slides Mehra
12/07 Richard Dasher,
Consulting Professor, Director,
US-Asia Technology Management Center, Stanford University
IP Management in Asia:
The Human Context
Slides Dasher