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Hello and thanks for dropping by.

This blog is produced by Asia Law, a firm of international attorneys in Taipei, Taiwan that provides legal services for companies doing business in Asia.  Trained in the West, our attorneys have extensive experience living in Asia, working inside top-tier law firms and multi-billion dollar global technology companies.

In this blog, we intend to discuss practical matters that we hope will be interesting and helpful to those whose work involves the manufacture, sale and licensing of technology products and intellectual property rights, particularly in Asia, whether they are in-house counsel, outside-counsel, business persons, or otherwise.

We expect to cover four basic areas as they relate to the business of technology: commercial contracts, intellectual property rights, corporate transactions and disputes/litigation but we may stray from that notion.

In any event, we will do our best to keep it interesting and helpful and, towards that end, we would greatly appreciate any comments you may have.

About Chris Neumeyer

Chris Neumeyer has represented companies in commercial and corporate transactions and disputes for over 20 years, first as a litigator in California, then as an international lawyer in Taiwan since 2000. He has served as legal counsel in Texas Instruments’ Asia Pacific office and as Director of the Legal Department at a publicly-listed OEM manufacturer based in Taipei.  He presently serves as Managing Partner of Asia Law.

Chris regularly negotiates and drafts agreements with companies such as Apple, Avago, Cree, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Hon Hai, Lenovo, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and Sony; has resolved hundreds of lawsuits and claims concerning patents, trade secrets, defects, delays, joint ventures, investments, bankruptcy, accounts receivable, misappropriation and other matters; and has led almost US$1 billion in corporate transactions.

His work involves diverse technologies, including LEDs, LCD displays, semiconductor chips, computers, keyboards, power supplies, internet access devices, printers, copiers, scanners, cell phones, camera modules and photovoltaic power systems.

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