Dr. edward yeh


Intellectual Property Rights Licensing; Cyber Law; Contract Drafting and Negotiations; International Business Transactions; Foreign Direct Investment; Trade Secrets and Non-Competition; Labor Dispute; International Dispute Resolutions; Mediations; Arbitrations. 



- Doctor of Jurisprudence, U.T. at Austin

- M.C.J./LL.M., New York University



- Attorney-at-law, Illinois

- Intellectual Property Section Counsel, Illinois State Bar Association

- Legal Consultant for Intellectual Property Law, Perennial Group

- Associate Professor, Law School, Temple University

- Counsel for IP Law amendment, IPO Ministry of Economic Affairs, R.O.C.



- Copyright Issues in Phonograms and Records, Intellectual Property Office of Taiwan, 2006

Paul Goldstein, Copyright's Highway, Wu-nan Publishing Company, 2000 (Translator) 

- Cyber Law: IPR and Privacy Issues in E-commerce, Perennial Publishing Company, 2000  

Authors, Editors & Copyright Law, Perennial Publishing Company, 1999

Information Technology and Law II: Internet, Multi-media, Artistic Work & Copyright Law, Su-Chuen Publishing Company, 1997 

Information Technology and Law I: Copyright & Consumer Protection, Su-Chuen Publishing Company, 1996 




Personal Bio

Dr. Edward Yeh specializes in intellectual property rights and international business transactions. Prior to setting up the firm's Taipei office, Dr. Yeh was a legal consultant to Shiun-Yeh Law Office in Taipei, Taiwan and served as a copyright advisor to the Taiwanese Book Publishers' Association.


Before his return  to Taiwan, Dr. Yeh was an Associate Professor at Temple University School of Law (Japan Campus) where he taught "International Intellectual Property Licensing", "Cyber Law",  "Business Investment in China", and various other courses. In addition, from 1997 to 2003, Dr. Yeh also taught Business Negotiation, Copyright, Intellectual Property Rights, and Cyber Law at several Taiwanese universities and lectured on those subjects at numerous universities in the People's Republic of China (PRC).


Dr. Yeh had served as a Copyright Advisor and Copyright Disputes Mediator to the Taiwanese government from 1997 to 2007, and had helped advising the drafting and amendment of Taiwan's Copyright Law and hi tech laws. He previously worked for a large Taiwanese firm as the head of its Intellectual Property Rights Center and participated in major joint venture negotiations and IPR dispute settlements between Taiwanese companies and Chinese state-owned enterprises. 


In 1995, Dr. Yeh was chosen by the University of Texas School of Law as the "Texas Scholar" because of his academic potential. In 1997, he was selected to join the "Distinguished Minority Alumni Portrait Collection" by the University of Texas School of Law for his academic achievement.


Dr. Yeh grew up in Taipei, Taiwan where he received his LL.B. degree. Upon receiving his first LL.M. degree from NYU School of Law, he went to the University of Texas fo  a second LL.M. and Juris Doctor degree, focusing on IPR-related subjects and subjects relating to international business transactions.



Dr. Yeh is the author of six books--including two books on Copyright and one on Trade Secrets.