Chinese targeting and misappropriation of U.S. technology has increasingly been identified as a threat to U.S. prosperity, competitiveness, and national security. However, the scope and nature of the problem is not yet widely understood. Moreover, the long term commitment of the U.S. government to addressing the problem has been questioned.

This teleforum features leading experts on the issue who will assess the nature and scope of the problem, the tools the U.S. government has to address it, and the adequacy, costs and benefits of using these tools.

Mark Cohen, Director and Senior Fellow, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, University of California at Berkeley
David R. Hanke, Partner, Arent Fox LLP
Andy Keiser, Principal, Navigators Global
Moderator: Prof. Mark F. Schultz, Professor of Law, Southern Illinois University School of Law

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  1. colleenb Member

    Thank you for the podcast and this subject.  I hope other countries will work to make China ‘obey the rules’ though I have my doubts.  It will be interesting to see how suits filed in China go and whether, even if one gets a favorable ruling, the ruling will be obeyed.

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