You may choose to collaborate, or to compete, but you cannot afford to wait and see! In facing China’s increasing influence on technology and innovation, this book unveils China’s innovative ecosystem through three crucial perspectives and concludes with effective strategies for maximizing your IP advantage.
Readers who will benefit most from this book are:
‧ Foreign investors in China, especially those in creative or high-tech industries;
‧ Legal, accounting or consulting professionals advising on doing business in China;
‧ Observers or commentators following the development of China’s IP regime; and
‧ Managers of global organizations competing with Chinese opponents on the innovative front.
Innovation’s Crouching Tiger
Commercial law, like so much else in contemporary China, has in recent years been evolving at a pace foreseen by few observers. In this concise book, Jili Chung brings the reader up to date on important developments in intellectual property law in China – developments with special relevance to high-tech companies. With his training as an attorney and his broad experience in China, he brings an expert’s touch to the topic that few can match.
― John Akula, MIT Sloan School Senior Lecturer in Law
China has the potential to become the largest IP market in the world. Jili Chung offers indispensable perspectives on China's historical and cultural traditions for understanding this growing market.
― Wu Zhipan, former Executive Vice President of Peking University
Bravo! Dr. Jili Chung does an excellent job tackling a complex topic and presents a unique 360-degree perspective as an engineer, IP lawyer, tech business executive and lover of Chinese cultural values. Dr. Chung's work on China’s growing IP business and legal regime is relevant, timely and important ― a must read for entrepreneurs wishing to optimize, and competitors working with, China’s innovation ambitions.
― Grace Parke Fremlin, corporate attorney-at-law in Asian M&A, FDI, IP, and a partner at multiple global AMLAW 100 law firms advising companies on their investment efforts for global competitiveness.
Innovation and IP have become fundamental to succeeding in any business opportunity in China. The country’s speed, creativity and the variation with which it handles innovation and IP make it challenging to manage. Bringing decades of experience in China to the subject, Jili walks the reader through in-depth analysis, insiders’ insights, and case studies with ease, sharing his practical experience and valuable tips for managing these issues. Even more crucially, Jili reveals hidden recipes for leveraging different types of IP rights, enabling investors, entrepreneurs, and innovators to realize and maximize the value of their IP. Jili navigates this complex new world, sailing smoothly through issues of technology, knowledge, leverage and financing. The crouching tiger is in its prime time and ready to act. With this book, so are you.
― Ming-Tao Yang, a partner of Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
他著有“文創與高新產業融資”一書（北京大學出版社2015年出版）以及IP Monetization in China (2016 EHG Books Press)。
Dr. Jili Chung is an MIT Sloan Fellow and holds a J.D. from UCLA, a Ph.D. from Peking University, an MBA and BS from National Taiwan University, and an MS in Management of Technology from MIT, with qualifications of attorney-at-law (California and China), a patent agent (China), and a Certification of Securities Professional (China).
With 20 years’ working experience in Greater China, he dedicates himself to IP-leveraged innovation and is enthusiastic about exploring values of ancient Chinese cultural heritage through IP mining and technology innovation.
Dr. Chung has worked in Washington D.C., Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, and Taipei for global corporations, including as an executive director at Goldman Sachs, a senior lawyer at Clifford Chance, and as the General Counsel for a leading company in Apple’s supply chain. He is an adjunct professor of the Xiamen University Institute of Intellectual Property Rights in China, and a director of Licensing Executives Society Chinese Taipei.
He is the author of IP Financing for Creative and High-Tech Industries (2015 Peking University Press) and IP Monetization in China (2016 EHG Books Press).
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org