November 30, 2021

Volume XI, Number 334


New Tools for International Competition: Patent Litigation and Antitrust Enforcement in China

Panelists from Covington’s antitrust and patent litigation practice groups will discuss two increasingly important fronts in disputes between competing multinational businesses: patent litigation in Chinese courts and antitrust enforcement action by Chinese regulators

Topics will include:  

Competitor patent litigation in Chinese courts

Injunctions, damages, and other remedies against U.S. companies

Regulation and investigation of U.S. company pricing and licensing practices in China

Interaction among Chinese political, legal, and business interests

Covington’s distinguished panel will include:

Jim O’Connell, Antitrust partner and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General for international enforcement, appellate litigation, and policy matters for the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice

Winslow Taub, Vice-chair of Covington’s Patent Litigation practice group

Stanley Young, patent litigation partner, Covington Silicon Valley

Rob Williams, patent litigation associate, Covington Shanghai