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Institute of Intellectual Property, NTUT
MIP - Master of Intellectual Property
Full-Time Faculty

Jye-Ching Lee (李傑清教授)

LL.D., WASEDA University (Japan)

 

Tel : 886-2-27712171 ext 3046

 

E-mail : lee123@mail.ntut.edu.tw

 

Academic Resource

 

 

Research interests

 

 

The law of technology

Criminal law

Copyright law

Trade secret law

 

 

Teaching Areas

 

Criminal law 

 

Dr. Jye-Ching Lee is a professor at the Institute of Intellectual Property of National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT). He earned the LL.D. degree at Waseda University (Japan). Besides, he is a visiting scholar at University of Freiburg, Free University of Berlin, and Waseda University.

Dr. Lee has vast experiences in legal settlement and enactment of legislation in public sectors. Prior to joining NTUT, he used to be members relating to law amendments of Commissions to Confiscation of Criminal Assets and Money Laundering Control established by the Ministry of Justice. Also, he was invited as speakers at government seminars, such as Justice training programs and financial crime prevention. Also, he was a member on the Examining Board of Patent Agent Qualification in Taiwan. As for private enterprise, he was employed as a legal counsel in funding and technology transfer at Japanese firms due to the familiarity with Japanese and Japanese culture.

Dr. Lee’s current research and scope of teaching cover technology law, criminal law, as well as economic and financial law.   


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Louis Chen (陳春山教授)

LL.D., University of Ottawa (Canada)

LL.M. University of Washington (U.S.A.)

 

Tel : 886-2-27712171 ext 3027

 

E-mail : louislaw@ms71.hinet or louischen@mail.ntut.edu.tw

 

Academic Resource

 

 

Research interests

Brand & Trademark

M&A

Leadership & Corporate Governance

Global Governance

 

Teaching Areas

 

Trademark Law

IP Contracts

IP Management

M&A 

 

Dr. Louis Chen earned his LL.M. in School of Law of University of Washington, USA and LL.D. in Faculty of Law of University of Ottawa, Canada. With his expertise and enthusiasm, Dr. Chen served as various roles in private, governmental and public sectors in his career including the Chairman of Public Television Service Foundation; the Chairman of Chinese Television System Corp.; the Professor in Faculty of Law, National Taipei University and the visiting Scholar, UC Berkeley (Institute of East Asian Studies) & National University of Singapore (Faculty of Law). He was the Commissioner of Broadcasting Affairs Commission, Government Information Office; the Commissioner of Financial Reforms Commission, Executive Yuan; the Director of Securities & Futures Investors Protection Center; Taipei and Commissioner, Legal Affairs Commission, Taipei City Government and Partner, Chen & Associates Law Firm and the Associate, Baker & McKenzie. He was the Consultant for Central Depository Insurance Company as well.

Currently, Dr. Chen serves as the professor of Institute of IP, National Taipei University of Technology and the Professor in Faculty of Law of National Taipei University. He also serves as the Vice Chairman in Corporate Governance Association, the Chairman of the Association of Developing Corporate Organization.

His current major interest is in brand and leadership developments for enterprises and NGOs’ management systems.  


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Hung-San Kuo (郭宏衫助理教授)

S.J.D. at Indiana University Maurer School of Law, U.S.A., 2011

 

 

Tel : 886-2 -2771-2171 ext 5705

 

E-mail : hskuo@mail.ntut.edu.tw

 

Academic Resource

 

 

 

Research interests

 

The Law of Technology

Intellectual Property

Legal Problems On Internet

Patent Laws

Practice in Patent application

 

 

Teaching Areas

Case Analysis in Patent Law

Patent Examination Guidelines and Patent Prosecution

Legal Issues on the INTERNET

Technology and Law 

U.S. Patent Law 

 

Dr. Hung-San Kuo is an assistant professor at the Institute of Intellectual Property of National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech.). He earned the Master degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas (1993) and a Doctor degree (S.J.D.) at Indiana University Maurer School of Law (2011). Besides, he is a certified Patent Attorney in Taiwan.


Dr. Kuo has diverse experiences in patent prosecution and legal settlement in domestic and multinational jurisdictions. Prior to joining Taipei Tech., he served in government sectors as a Patent Examiner in the Taiwan Intellectual Property Office (TIPO) and a deputy researcher in Research, Development and Evaluation Commission of the Executive Yuan.  He was also a college lecturer of computer science.  Additionally, he was employed as a DRAM process integration engineer and a legal counsel at high-tech companies in Taiwan.

Dr. Kuo’s current research and teaching areas cover Technology and Law, Internet Law, Patent Case Studies, U.S. Patent Law Seminar, as well as A Study on the Manual of Patent Examining Procedure in Taiwan. 

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Christy Chiang (江雅綺副教授)

Ph.D, University of Durham (UK)

LL.M, University of Leeds (UK)

LL.B, National Taiwan University(Taiwan)

 

 

Tel : 886-2 -2771-2171 ext 3038

 

E-mail : christy@mail.ntut.edu.tw

 

Academic Resource

 

Research interests

Information Technology and Intellectual Property Laws. 

Specialized Courts and IP Legal Practice. 

 

 

Teaching Areas

 

Intellectual Property Laws in the Age of Digital Convergence

Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property and International Trade

E-Commerce Regulations and Policies 

 

Christy Chiang

 

Associate Professor of Law

After graduated from the National Taiwan University, Dr. Christy Chiang earned her LL.M. in CyberLaw from the University of Leeds, UK, and obtained her Ph.D from the University of Durham in UK. Before launching her academic career, Dr. Chang had worked in the Taiwan Legislative Yuan and several law firms, which provided her subsequent academic pursuance with solid practical experiences from both the public and private sectors. 

Dr. Chiang joined the Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property of National Taipei University of Technology since this Feb., 2013. She is now an associate professor and the Director of the IP Legal Planning and Consulting Office of NTUT. Her current research interests focus on the evolution of intellectual property laws in the digital age as well as the impact of specialized courts upon IP legal practice.  


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Kuang-Cheng Chen (陳匡正副教授)

J.S.D, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (U.S.A.)

LL.M., University of California, Davis (U.S.A.)

LL.B., Fu Jen Catholic University (Taiwan)

 
Tel:886-2-27712171 ext 5707
 
Email:kcschen@mail.ntut.edu.tw
 

 

 

 

Research interests

 

 

Intellectual Property

Technology and Law

Biodiversity and Law

Empirical Legal Studies

Law and Economics

Law of Renewable Energy

 

 

 

Teaching Areas

 
Civil Code-Property
Copyright Law
Intellectual Property
International Intellectual Property Law
Legal English
 

 

Dr. Kuang-Cheng Chen is an associate professor at the Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property of National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech.). He received the degree of Master of Laws (LL.M.) at the University of California, Davis, School of Law (2007) and the Doctor of the Science of Law (J.S.D.) degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Law (2010). In addition, he was a visiting scholar at the University of Illinois, College of Law (2010).

Dr. Chen has diverse experiences in intellectual property law academia in universities and industries. Before he joined Taipei Tech. in February 2017, he served as an assistant professor and associate professor in the Asia University and Shih Hsin University in Taiwan. He was an adjunct assistant professor and associate professor in the National Taipei College of Business, National Taichung University of Science and Technology, and Fu Jen Catholic University. He served as an expert member for (1) a research plan on the operation policies of private power producers (including renewable energy) and their mechanisms for operation management in the Taiwan Research Institute and (2) the organization for domain name dispute and settlement in the Institute for Information Industry, Science and Technology Law Institute. In addition, he was a specialist for tutoring and accompanying plan of the Taiwanese cultural and creative industries in the Ministry of Culture.

Dr. Chen’s current research and scope of teaching include: intellectual property, technology and law, biodiversity and law, empirical legal studies, law and economics, and renewable energy.

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Chih-Yuan Chen  (陳志遠 助理教授)

M.B.A, National Taiwan University, 2013

Ph. D, National Taiwan University, 2007

M.S. National Taiwan University, 2000

B.S, National Taipei University of Technology, 1998

 

Tel:886-2-27712171 ext 5706

 
Email:cychen123@ntut.edu.tw
 

 

 

 

Research interests

 

Practice in Patent application (patent law, patent examination guideline, and patent prosecution)

IP5 Patent policy comparative and analysis 

Patent Right Infringement analysis

Microstructure analysis and steel process design

 

 

 

 

Teaching Areas

 

Practice in patent application

Patent application strategy and portfolio analysis

Intellectual property right management

The law of Technology

 

 

Chih-Yuan Chen is an assistant professor at the Institute of Intellectual Property of National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT). He earned both Master degrees in Business Administration (M.B.A) and Material Sciences (M.S.) and a Ph.D degree from National Taiwan University.

Dr. Chen has diverse experiences in patent prosecution and infringement analysis in domestic jurisdictions. Prior to joining NTUT, he has served in government sector as a Patent Examiner in the Taiwan Intellectual Property Office (TIPO) for 10 years. In addition, he is a certified Patent Agent in Taiwan. Furthermore, he was employed as a process integration engineer at high-tech company in Taiwan.

His current major interest focuses on practice in patent application strategy, patent portfolio management, multinational’s patent policy comparative and analysis. 

 

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Ming-Liang Lai  (賴名亮 助理教授)

Ph. D, University of Glasgow (UK), 2015

MSc, National Taiwan University (Taiwan), 2000

BSc, National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan), 1998

 

Tel:886-2-27712171 ext 5714

 
Email:mllai@mail.ntut.edu.tw
 

 

 

 

Research interests

 

Intellectual Property Management

Licensing Practice

The law of technology

Conflict of interest issues

 

 

 

 

Teaching Areas

 

Patent search and patent map

IP management in electronic technology industry

Practice in patent application and licensing

 

 

Dr. Ming-Liang Lai is an assistant professor at the Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property of National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech.). He received a MSEE from National Taiwan University in 2000, and a Ph. D. from the College of Science and Engineering, University of Glasgow in 2015, respectively. Dr. Lai has diverse experiences in academia and industries. From 2003 to 2005, he was employed at Delta Electronics Inc., where he served as an engineer and pursued research in the areas of RF functional devices and circuits. Afterwards, Dr. Lai passed the Civil Service Senior examination to be a patent assistant examiner in Taiwan Intellectual Property Office and worked there for more than 4 years. In 2010, he was supported by Taiwan government scholarship to study biomedical engineering in University of Glasgow, UK. His research topic was about developing biosensors. 

Before he joined Taipei Tech. in August 2017, he worked for Academia Sinica (AS) as a section chief of the Intellectual Property Transfer Department. He led a team to manage and protect intellectual properties of AS. His team encouraged the disclosure of inventions, applied patents and contacted with potential licensees that are capable of developing and commercializing the technologies into products and services for the public benefit. In addition, Dr. Lai cultivated relationship among industry, academia, and government to foster partnerships and collaboration.

Dr. Lai’s current research and scope of teaching include: intellectual property management, patent related topics on electronics and biomedical device industries, conflict of interest related issues, and practice on licensing.

 


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