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Thirty judges from the People's Republic of China participate in a U.S. legal course designed by the National Judicial College of the Supreme People's Court in conjunction with Temple University

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On September 22nd, San Francisco Partner Art Beeman spoke in Washington D.C. to a group of thirty judges from the People's Republic of China, including Qui Binbin and Zhang Ya. The group, assembled at the Federal Circuit Court, was taking part in a U.S. Legal course designed by the National Judicial College of the Supreme People's Court in conjunction with Temple University. The course began with a short introduction to the history of IP law in the U.S. Art's presentation covered U.S. trade secret litigation and relevant implications for foreign companies, focusing on the courts' implementation of California's Uniform Trade Secret Act. The Honorable Randall R. Rader, Federal Circuit Judge, made the final presentation, which generally described the U.S. federal court system and the purpose of the Federal Circuit. Associate Anderson Berry assisted in the presentation.

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