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H. G. CHEN, Esq. Chief Counsel / Attorney-at-Law / Patent Attorney
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Department

LITIGATION. INFRINGEMENT & LICENSING
LEGAL DEPARTMENT, TIPLO Attorneys-at-Law
(General Practice - Intellectual Property Litigation, Unfair Competition, Trade Dispute,
Corporate Affairs, Arbitration)

Current Position

Chief Counsel

Background

Chief Counsel, Attorney at Law (admitted in Taiwan (1983);
Patent Attorney, recruited 1982

Education:
National Taiwan University (LL.B., 1981),
Franklin Pierce Law Center, U.S.A. (MIP., 1990)  
Experience:
President, Taipei Bar Association (2005~2006);
Board of Directors, Taiwan Bar Association (2008~2010),
Board of Directors, Taipei Bar Association (1993~1999);
Board of Directors, Asian Patent Attorneys Association, Taiwan Group (2000~2012); Co-Chairman, Anti-Counterfeit Committee, APAA Taiwan Group (2000~2003);
Executive Directors, Asian Patent Attorneys Association, Taiwan Group (2012~);
Executive Director, Taiwan Patent Attorneys Association (2009~)
Director, Legal Aid Foundation (2010~)

Expertise

Intellectual Property Law, License, Advertising, Litigation and Unfair Competition, Legal Practice.

Membership

Asian Patent Attorneys Association (APAA);
International Association for the Protection of Industrial Property (AIPPI);
International Trademark Association (INTA);
Taipei Bar Association (TBA)
Taiwan Society of Comparative Law
Taiwan Patent Attorney Association (TWPAA)

Languages

Taiwanese, Mandarin and English

H. G. CHEN, ESQ.
Attorney-at-Law, Patent Attorney, Chief Counsel, TIPLO Attorneys-at-Law

Mr. H. G. Chen is the Chief of the Legal Department of TIPLO. He has been practising law in Taiwan for more than 30 years. H. G. has extensive experience in the fields of intellectual property, litigation, unfair competition, dispute resolution and general corporate matters. In the late 1980s, he demonstrated primordial litigious flair by successfully representing the client in a leading trade dress case in Taiwan before the enactment of the Taiwan Fair Trade Act. He has represented various global corporate clients from Japan, the United States and Europe in patent and trademark litigation, licensing and negotiation in Taiwan and the illustrious record has won him the reputation as one of the most invincible lawyers in Taiwan. He served as the president of the Taipei Bar Association for the term of 2005.5-2006.11. He was the Director of Intellectual Property Committee of the Taipei Bar Association (1990-1993) and Taiwan Bar Association (1993- 1995). He is now an executive member to the Board of Directors of the Asian Patent Attorneys Association (APAA), Taiwan Group, the executive director of the Taiwan Patent Attorneys Association, and the director of Legal Aid Foundation.