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Corporate Approaches to Protecting Intellectual Property: Implications for U.S.-Japan High-Technology Competition Appendix Workshop on “Corporate Approaches to Protecting Intellectual Property: Implications for U.S.-Japan High-Technology Competition” National Research Council—Committee on Japan June 4, 1993—Lecture Room National Academy of Sciences—Washington, D.C. AGENDA 8:30 AM Coffee 9:00 AM Chairman's Opening Remarks Jim F. Martin, Rockwell International 9:30 AM U.S.-Japan Patent Wars: Who's Fighting and Who's Winning? Elizabeth Sirois and Kenneth E. John, U.S. General Accounting Office Vincent Rauner, Motorola Howard Greenberg, Rockwell International 11:30 PM IPR and Government-Sponsored R&D (working lunch) Discussion Leader: Deborah Wince-Smith, Council on Competitiveness 1:00 PM IPR and the Technology-Based Strategies of U.S. and Japanese Companies James A. Forstner, DuPont Robert P. Blackburn, Chiron David A. Duke, Corning
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Corporate Approaches to Protecting Intellectual Property: Implications for U.S.-Japan High-Technology Competition 2:30 PM Public Policy and Corporate Strategy: Maximizing U.S. Interests David L. Henty, Graham & James Phil Agress, U.S. Department of Commerce 3:00 PM Congressional Perspectives Comments by Thomas Forbord, Office of Senator John D. Rockfeller 3:30 PM Open Discussion on Policy Issues 4:00 PM Workshop Summary William Rapp, University of Washington 4:15 PM Chairman's Closing Remarks 4:30 PM Adjourn
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Corporate Approaches to Protecting Intellectual Property: Implications for U.S.-Japan High-Technology Competition ATTENDANCE ROSTER Jim F. Martin, Rockwell International Workshop Chairman Phil Agress U.S. Department of Commerce Robert P. Blackburn Chiron Corp. Richard DiCicco Technology Catalysts Gilbert Donahue Office of the U.S. Trade Representative David A. Duke Corning, Inc. Robert E. Falstad SEMATECH Thomas Forbord Office of Senator John D. Rockefeller James A. Forstner E. I. Du Pont de Nemours Lawrence Granatelli Tandem Computers Carl J. Green Georgetown University Law Center Howard Greenberg Rockwell International Hayden Gregory House Judiciary Committee Jim Haight National Institutes of Health David L. Henty Graham & James Robert W. Holleyman, II Business Software Alliance Kenneth E. John U.S. General Accounting Office Michael K. Kirk U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Michael J. Mintz Dow Chemical Co. Richard Perruso U.S. General Accounting Office Richard W. Rabinowitz Law Office of Frank A. Weil William Rapp University of Washington Vincent Rauner Motorola Proctor Reid National Academy of Engineering Robin Schoen National Research Council
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Corporate Approaches to Protecting Intellectual Property: Implications for U.S.-Japan High-Technology Competition Jeff Schweitzer Office of Science & Technology Policy Melvin Sharp Sharp, Comfort & Merrett Elizabeth Sirois U.S. General Accounting Office Harold C. Wegner George Washington University Deborah Wince-Smith Council on Competitiveness James B. Wyngaarden National Research Council
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