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A power generator patent should observe the law of conservation of energy. If technical details violate such natural law, an application will not be patentable for violation of Article 21 of the patent law (Taiwan)

Taiwan - May 31 2015 The Supreme Administrative Court rendered the 104-Pan-71 Decision of February 5, 2015 (hereinafter, the "Decision"), holding that a power generator...

The specification of a computer software patent should specifically indicate the structure or steps corresponding to the software functions rather than merely steps or functions in commercial domains (Taiwan)

Taiwan - April 30 2015 The Intellectual Property Court rendered the 103-Hang-Zhuan-Su-70 Administrative Decision of January 15, 2015 (hereinafter, the "Decision"), in which...

Adoption of evidence, scope of literal interpretation and the principle of estoppel for patent claims construction (Taiwan)

Taiwan - March 25 2015 The Intellectual Property Court rendered the 102-Min-Zhuan-Su-96 Civil Decision of January 23, 2015 (hereinafter, the "Decision") to provide detailed...

If tariffs vary when they are assessed based on different price data obtained from various methods, a reasonable method is to choose a lower price from methods close to the actual trading price (Taiwan)

Taiwan - February 28 2015 The Supreme Administrative Court rendered the 103-Pan-614 Decision of November 20, 2014 (hereinafter, the "Decision"), in which the following...

For vouchers which are expense or cost vouchers in form in the possession of a profit-seeking enterprise, the recognition of such expenses shall still be allowed if their defrayment can be substantiated, even though the appearance and recordation of such vouchers are defective (Taiwan)

Taiwan - January 30 2015 The Taipei High Administrative Court rendered the 103-Su-297 Decision of October 22, 2014 (hereinafter, the "Decision"), holding that for vouchers...