Admitted 1970, New York; 1981, California. (Not admitted in China). Education: New York University (B.A., 1954); University of Michigan (J.D., 1959) concurrent graduate studies, University of Michigan Graduate School; graduate study, Harvard University and University of Washington (M.A., 1963; Ph.D., 1968)
Biography: Author, Articles: 1996: Securities Regulation: China, Landmark Judgement Against Juren Computer Co., Trade War Averted, Protecting IP Post-97, Extending IP Protection. 1995: Contracts in China During the Qing Dynasty: Key to the Civil Law XXI, A Program for IP Rights Enforcement, Scope of Trademark Protection Extended, Judge's Law Enhances IP-Enforcement, Enforcement of Sino-US IP Agreement, Protection of Famous Products and Famous Brands, The Status of IP in China, Leading Copyright Cases in Beijing, Foreign Investment in China, Recent Developments of Intellectual Property Protection in China. 1993: The Commercial Laws of China, and Patents Law and Practice, Trademark Law and Practice, The People's Republic of China, Contract Law in China, The Dynamics of Statutory Development and Practice, Doing Business in China, Lawyer's Challenge in China Trade: New and Developing Legal System. Publications: 1996: International Securities Regulations: Pacific Rim, China Law and Practice, IP Asia, Hong Kong Lawyer. 1995: The New Gazette (Hong Kong), The Asian Investment Law Directory, Journal of Oriental Studies, University of Hong Kong. 1994: Hong Kong Law Year Book. 1982-1993: Digest of the Commercial Laws of the World. (China Offices)
Languages: English and Chinese.
Reported Cases: Sole Counsel for Successful Respondents, Butz v. Economou, 438 U.S. 478, 1978; Counsel for Successful Claimants, Microsoft, Autodesk and Wordperfect v. Juren, Beijing Intermediate Court, 1996.
Practice Areas: Private International Law; Complex International Litigation; Complex International Contracts; Joint Ventures; Investment Law; Trademark; Copyright; Patent Protection; Commodities; Securities.