IP Café on Events Broadcasting Rights organised in partnership with East China University of Political Science and Law

  • EU/China: China
  • Region: ECUPL Changning Campus
  • Subject: Copyright
  • Organised by: Partners
  • Location: Shanghai, China
  • Date: 01 Dec 2015

  • Copyright protection IP Cafe
  • Copyright protection IP Cafe
  • Copyright protection IP Cafe
Legal Issues Related to Events Broadcasting

In this IP Café, IP Key and East China University of Political Science and Law have invited experts from the European Union and China to share their insights on ongoing legislative reforms and recent case law in relation to the broadcasting of live events. What are the legal provisions protecting broadcasts of live events, both on traditional media and the internet and how do these differ internationally? How should we respond to online piracy of live broadcasts? Does the anti-unfair competition law provide for an alternate ground for claiming compensation? Join this IP Café to share your views and raise your questions to our panelists.

Agenda  

1800--1830   Welcome and networking drinks 

1830--1835   Opening remarks 

1835--1915   Introduction of speakers and panel discussion 

1915--2000   Q&A 

2000             Close   

For more information, download the flier invitation here 

Spaces are limited, if you are interested in attending this activity please contact Zhan Li, li.zhan@ipkey.org. For general information about IP Key, contact Jaspal Channa, jaspal.channa@ipkey.org

 

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