如果FBI探员想和你"谈一谈", 你该怎么办? 你自觉心中坦荡无亏，无事不可对人言，便欣然赴谈。
事实上，这正是陈霞芬女士（Ms. Sherry Chen）和郗小星教授（Professor Xiaoxi Xi）的亲身经历。
若想防止同样的事情将来落到自己或者家人的头上, 我们又该如何应对？欢迎前来和李文和案辩护律师Mr. Brian Sun 面对面交流解惑。陈霞芬博士也将亲自参与讨论并亲口讲述她的经历。
Committee of 100 Speakers Forum, Stanford, CA
TRADE SECRETS & ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE
Legal Risks in Advancing Technology between the United States and China
Committee of 100 & APAPA
DATE AND TIME:
Thursday January 28, 2016, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
East Asia Library, Entrance on 2nd level of Lanthrop Library
Stanford University, 518 Memorial Way, Stanford, CA
Chinese scientists, technology professionals, and federal government employees in the United States have increasingly become the focus of criminal investigations and prosecutions involving national security, intellectual property theft, and corporate espionage in the United States.
The Committee of 100, in collaboration with APAPA (Asian Pacific-Islander American Public Affairs Association), will be hosting a seminar at Stanford University on Trade Secrets and Economic Espionage – Legal Risks in Advancing Technology between the U.S. and China. This event will explore issues particularly relevant to Chinese American and Asian American federal employees, government contractors, and professionals in the STEM fields.
Committee of 100 members George Koo and Brian Sun will begin by discussing the complex U.S. legal environment, historical context, and geo-political background surrounding cases of economic espionage and trade secrets. They will also explore some of the more notable cases that have been brought by the government against Chinese American scientists and government employees.
Special guest Sherry Chen (http://goo.gl/kYsUsY) is a federal employee who was arrested and charged on economic espionage charges that were then dropped without explanation while her reputation and finances suffered as a result. She will also be in attendance to share her experiences.
The Committee of 100 is a leadership organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, and the arts. C-100 members are leading U.S. citizens of Chinese descent who leverage their collective influence and resources to strengthen U.S.-China relations and promote the advancement of Chinese Americans. In 1999, the Committee led a coalition to raise national awareness of the denial of due process in the Wen Ho Lee case of alleged espionage, which later resulted in a public apology from President Bill Clinton. For over a quarter century, the Committee has monitored issues affecting Chinese Americans and served as a high-level bridge in the U.S.-China dialogue fostering regular exchanges with the leadership of Beijing, Taipei, and Washington. Learn more:
APAPA is a non-profit, non-partisan and grassroots organization founded in 2001 by C.C. Yin and a pioneering group of fellow civic-minded friends and community leaders. APAPA’s mission is to promote the advancement of Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Americans through active participation and leadership in civic and public affairs. The organization educates the public about public policy and provides opportunities for our youth to gain firsthand knowledge and experience in governmental and public affairs. To accomplish this objective, APAPA developed voter registration events, internships, scholarships, voter education forums, and leadership, mentoring, and networking programs designed specifically for the education, betterment, and advancement of the API community. Learn more:
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