Monday-Wednesday, September 8-10, 2014 | UC Davis School of Law & Napa Valley
Join legal and industry professionals from the Americas, Europe and China for this three-day academy, which will help bridge the gap between U.S. and other essential international markets. Leading scholars, practitioners and entrepreneurs from around the world, who are experts in their fields and on the frontiers of the fast-moving global economy, will lead the sessions. Improve your understanding of international wine regulations and your ability to represent and conduct business across borders.
Agenda includes: global wine and spirits market analysis; comparative aspects of import/export laws; social media on the global wine market; global issues facing wine entrepreneurs; understanding American franchise law; comparative aspects of trademark law; issues and trends regarding geographical indications; current trends in U.S. regulations; and global case studies.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to network with professionals from across the globe and enjoy a private tour at Napa Valley’s Domaine Chandon and dinner at its world-renowned French restaurant, Etoile.
Tuition is $1,900 with a non-refundable registration fee of $100.
Co-Sponsored by UC Davis School of Law, Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science, UC Davis Extension: Center for International Education, UC Davis Confucius Institute, Wine & Law Program at the University of Reims (France)