Milwaukee, WI – January 12, 2011 – Charles R. Stone will be presenting a paper on Chinese law at the University of Illinois Law School in Urbana Champaign on Friday, January 28. One of the first scholarly events of the semester, the colloquium is entitled “Law & Social Change in China” and Dr. Stone’s paper, “Two things about Chinese intellectual property that lawyers never talk about,” should prove a dynamic start to the University’s guest lecture programming for the Spring. Dr. Stone has previously presented papers on Chinese law and business as well as lectured on Chinese law, business and culture at such academic institutions as the Marquette University School of Business and the University of Chicago Booth Graduate School of Business.
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