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J. K. LIN Attorney-at-Law / Patent Attorney
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Current Position

Attorney-at-Law & Patent Attorney
Director, TIPLO Attorneys-at-Law

Background

Attorney at Law, admitted in Taiwan (1992);
Patent Attorney (registered 1993, certified 2008);
Counsel, Contracts & Licensing Div., SONY Corporation, Japan (1994-1995);
Member of Board of Directors, Taiwan Association of Human Rights (1996 ~ 1999);
Member of Board of Directors, Judicial Reform Foundation, Taiwan (1997 ~ );
Member of Board of Directors, Asian Patent Attorneys Association, Taiwan Group (2000 ~ );
Co-Chairman, Patent Committee, APAA Taiwan Group (2000 ~2012);
Member of Board of Directors, Taipei Bar Association (1999 ~ 2005);
Chairman, International Affair Committee, Taipei Bar Association (1999 ~2011 );
Chairman, I.C.J. Committee, Taipei Bar Association (2001 ~ );
Vice President , Asian Patent Attorneys Association, Taiwan Group (2012 ~ 2015);
President , Asian Patent Attorneys Association, Taiwan Group (2015 ~ );

Expertise

Intellectual Property Law, License and Anti-monopoly/Unfair Competition/Fair trade laws, Legal Practice

Membership

Asian Patent Attorneys Association (APAA);
Japan Intellectual Property Association (JIPA)
International Association for the Protection of Industrial Property (AIPPI);
International Trademark Association (INTA);
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA);
Taipei Bar Association (TBA);
Taiwan Patent Attorney Association (TWPAA)

Languages

Taiwanese, Mandarin, English and Japanese

J. K. LIN
Attorney-at-Law & Patent Attorney
Director, TIPLO Attorneys-at-Law

Mr. J. K. Lin became the director of TIPLO in 1997, after TIPLO’s founder Mr. M. S. Lin passed away. In his earlier tenure as the director of the firm, J. K. set out to further streamline the hierarchy of the staff and adopt an effective formula leading to significant quality improvement of TIPLO’s patent, trademark and legal services that accommodates clients’ intensifying need for IPR enforcement. J. K. also devotes his time to many occasions of public speaking targeted at global corporations and international societies addressing issues of IP concerns, unfair competition and others, and continues the footsteps of his late father in dedicating to pro bono NGOs’ activities like that of the Judicial Reform Foundation, Taiwan International Law Society and Taiwan Human Right Committee, among many others. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Asian Patent Attorneys Association/APPA, and the president to the APAA, Taiwan Group.