Liting Li

Visiting Scholar
Associate Professor, School of Politics and Law, Ningxia University
Primary office:
785-864-9276
416 Green Hall


Liting Li studies intellectual property law and its impact on economic development. Her research at KU Law includes advanced intellectual property law and theory, social science research methods, and comparative intellectual property law research.

Education

M.A., Civil-Commercial Law, Graduate School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China; B.A., Law, Southwest Politics and Law University, Chongqing, China, 1998.

Research

  • Intellectual property rights, conflicts, and restrictions
  • Intellectual property protection in China
  • Relationship between intellectual property rights and domestic economic development

Selected Publications

Analysis on the Policy of Intellectual Property Rights Protection, Journal of People's Tribune, 2013.

The Evaluation of IP Strategy of Northwest China, Journal of Legality Vision, 2013.

Study on the Balance of the Protection and Restriction on Abusing Intellectual Property, Journal of Special Zone Economic, 2011.

Analysis of the Solution on the Conflict of IPR, Journal of Ningxia Social Sciences, 2010.

Judicial Judgment on the Fair Use of Trademark, Journal of China Trademark, 2010.

Liability for Tort of the Internet Service Providers, Journal of China Trademark, 2008.

The Application of "Prohibiting Confusion" on the Conflict Between the Right of Trademark and Trade Name," Journal of Ningxia University, 2008.

 

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