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Lee and Li is a full-service law firm and understands the need to diversify and specialize. In response to the rapid developments in trade and…
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 5 Dec 2022

Legislative Yuan amends Copyright Act to reflect digital progress

πŸ•‘ 2 minutes The Legislative Yuan recently passed various amendments to the Copyright Act in light of the development of digital technology and education policies and the covid-19 pandemic. Under certain conditions, the amendments permit teachers to use copyright-protected works without authorisation for teaching purposes and national libraries to digitally reproduce collections and......
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 5 Dec 2022

Patenting of metaverse-related inventions in Taiwan

πŸ•‘ 6 minutes In Taiwan, the examination of software-related inventions can generally be categorised into three types: examination under article 21 of the Patent Act, examination under articles 26-1 and 26-2 of the Patent Act, and examination under articles 22-1 and 22-2 of the Patent Act. This article sets out how a metaverse-related invention might be examined under these provisions and......
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 28 Nov 2022

No causal relationship between expenses incurred and copyright infringement: court denies claim for damages

πŸ•‘ 3 minutes The term "photographic works" refers to a type of work expressly stipulated in article 5 of the Copyright Act, which includes photographs, slides and other works created by photographic means. In a recent case, the Taiwan New Taipei District Court recognised that the defendant's conduct infringed the plaintiff's photographic works but rebutted the plaintiff's claim for damages on......
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 21 Nov 2022

Parties may not submit new evidence during appeals of trademark cases before Supreme Administrative Court

πŸ•‘ 1 minute Parties involved in trademark opposition, invalidation or revocation proceedings sometimes attempt to assert new facts or present new evidence at the stage of the administrative appeal or administrative litigation proceeding after the Intellectual Property Office has made its decision. In a recent appeal of a trademark opposition proceeding, the Supreme Administrative Court ruled......
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 21 Nov 2022

Court finds that interior design model is protected by copyright

πŸ•‘ 3 minutes The Intellectual Property and Commercial Court recently held that the scope of protection of "architectural works" is not limited to the exterior of a building but includes the interior of a building as well. Consequently, "interior design" should be deemed "architectural works" and protected by the Copyright Act. The Court thus upheld the claim of the appellant, Star Wang Co,......
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 21 Nov 2022

MODA announced the draft Regulations Governing the Personal Data Files Security Maintenance Plan for Digital Economy Related Industries

With the establishment of the Ministry of Digital Affairs ("MODA"), the central competent authority in charge of information services, AI…
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 16 Nov 2022

Restructuring & Insolvency in Taiwan

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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 15 Nov 2022

Artificial Intelligence: Taiwan

"According to our observations, Taiwan’s government sector is aware of the AI trends and has proceeded to explore whether any adjustment to the current regulatory regimes in multiple...

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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 14 Nov 2022

How to calculate damages on basis of reasonable royalties

πŸ•‘ 6 minutes In June 2022, the Intellectual Property and Commercial Court issued a civil judgment regarding the calculation of damages on the basis of reasonable royalties. However, the judgment appears to be inconsistent with the rationale for the amendment to article 97(1)(3) of the Patent Act, dated 11 June 2013. This article reviews the relevant case law in this regard.
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 14 Nov 2022

Court rules that licensor must pay damages to licensee for failing to pay patent maintenance fees

πŸ•‘ 2 minutes The Taiwan Taichung District Court recently held that licensors may be held liable for damages to licensees if they fail to pay patent maintenance fees during the valid period of a patent licence agreement. Patentees must pay attention to the payment of patent maintenance fees – particularly where such patents are licensed – to avoid the expiry of the patent and the obligation to......
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