Harman United’s first US-China Law Forum was held at the University of Washington School of Law in March, 2017. This forum addressed cross-examination and its possible implementation in China’s judicial system. This forum was co-hosted by the University of Washington School of Law’s Asian Law Center and China's Renmin University Litigation System and Judicial Reform Research Center.

Harman United has been planning for our second US-China Law Forum. This forum will review best practices for U.S. companies to follow to protect intellectual property in China and will provide a platform for U.S. companies to discuss their China-related intellectual property issues directly with a Chinese Intellectual Property delegation that will include high level decision makers from China State Intellectual Offices (SIPO), China’s IP courts and other government sectors.

Group Picture Taken Outside the University of Washington School of Law

Group Picture Taken Outside the University of Washington School of Law

The Delegation Walking towards the Conference Venue.

The Delegation Walking towards the Conference Venue.

The Delegation at the Forum

The Delegation at the Forum

Michael Johnson, former U.S. attorney, speaking to the China delegation.

Michael Johnson, former U.S. attorney, speaking to the China delegation.

Professor William Bailey Speaking to the Delegation

Professor William Bailey Speaking to the Delegation