Book Launch: “The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights under International Investment Law”

Event Details

Date & Time:

  • May 27, 2021
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM


  • Virtual Event

Contact Information:


Event Description

Please join us for a virtual webinar celebrating the launch of “The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights under International Investment Law” by Simon Klopschinski, Christopher S. Gibson, Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan.

This comprehensive monograph provides detailed analysis and treatment for the complex interplay between the protection of intellectual property rights and international investment law, bringing insight to these two dynamic and evolving fields of law.

A flyer for this event is available to download [PDF].

Introduction by:

  • Joseph Straus (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition)

Presentations by the authors:

  • Simon Klopschinski (rospatt osten pross)
  • Christopher S. Gibson (Suffolk University Law School)
  • Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan (University of Cambridge, King's College)

With commentators:

  • Rochelle Dreyfuss (NYU School of Law)
  • Peter Yu (Texas A&M University School of Law)
  • Christophe Bondy (Steptoe & Johnson LLP)


11:00 AM ET

  • Introduction by Joseph Straus

11:10 AM ET

  • Simon Klopschinski on “International Investment Arbitration as an Alternative Forum for Litigating Intellectual Property Rights: The Example of beIN Corporation v Saudi Arabia”
  • Commentator: Christophe Bondy

11:40 AM ET

  • Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan on “Investor Tribunals Judging Domestic IP Developments against ‘Dramatic’ Changes? How Not to Read the Eli Lilly vs Canada Award”
  • Commentator: Rochelle Dreyfuss

12:10 PM ET

  • Christopher S. Gibson: “IP Rights as Assets Comprising an Investment, Indirect Expropriation, and State’s Right to Regulate”
  • Commentator: Peter Yu

12:40 PM ET

  • Discussion, Question & Answer, Concluding Remarks by Joseph Straus

Sponsored by:
rospatt osten pross
Suffolk University Law School
Centre for IP & Information Law (CIPIL) and Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge
Oxford University Press