Fei Han Foreign Legal Affairs Law Firm
Finnegan is one of the world’s largest firms focusing on intellectual property law. With offices in the United States, Asia, and Europe, Finnegan practices all aspects of patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret law, representing clients on IP issues related to U.S. and European patent and trademark law, international trade, portfolio management, the Internet, cybersecurity, e-commerce, government contracts, antitrust, and unfair competition.
Finnegan’s Fei Han Foreign Legal Affairs Law Firm in Taipei has thrived since opening in 2003. Our Taiwan team is led by Finnegan partners and supported by more than thirty lawyers, IP professionals, and staff with Chinese language skills. Assignments we handle for clients with interests in Taiwan include:
• providing prosecution, licensing, and IP counseling services, which include representing clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in post-issuance challenges to patents;
• negotiating and drafting intellectual property licenses;
• obtaining and protecting trademark rights; and
• representing clients in IP litigation in U.S. courts and the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Finnegan offers full-service IP legal and technical experience in virtually every industry and technology:
Electronics and Computers (semiconductors, software, FinTech, Internet of Things (IoT), computer networking, robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), communications, telecommunications, digital memory, IC (integrated circuit), LCD, LED, electrical circuitry)
Transportation (automotive, aerospace and aviation)
Manufacturing (textiles, 3D printing)
Life Sciences (biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biologics and biosimilars, combination products, medical devices, digital health, biomedical)
Consumer Products (food and beverage, sports & fitness equipment, smartphones)
Energy (oil and gas, clean energy and renewables)
Fei Han lawyers are heavily involved in education in the local community. Partners Gary Ma and Ming-Tao Yang lecture on U.S. patent litigation and other related courses at National Chiao Tung University. The firm regularly hosts seminars in Taiwan on recent developments in U.S. intellectual property law.
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