Jennifer Lin is well thought of among peers who applaud her top-notch work on patent disputes and IP transactions.
Jennifer Lin is the managing partner of Tsar & Tsai Law firm in Taiwan and has been practising law since 1980. Jennifer specialises in dispute resolution, intellectual property, antitrust and corporate/M&A, and has vast experience of representing multinational companies in complex domestic and international transactions and business disputes.
Jennifer's most notable work includes representing the Board of Foreign Trade in the negotiation of IP issues with the US government, representing the Department of Health in obtaining compulsory licence of a pharmaceutical patent to combat the avian influenza crisis, representing local industries on cases involving licensing of essential patents and representing multinational high-tech companies on antitrust law and merger control issues.
Jennifer is a frequent speaker on dispute resolution and intellectual property law. For several years, Asia Law and Practice has named her a leading lawyer in Taiwan for intellectual property. She has also been recommended for intellectual property by Chambers; for dispute resolution by The Legal 500: Asia Pacific; and for patents by IAM Patent 1000.
Jennifer also serves as international councillor of the Asian Patent Attorneys Association (APAA); president of the National Taiwan University Law Foundation; supervisor of the International Federation of Women Lawyers; and chairman of Tsar & Tsai Foundation.
She is admitted to practise in Taiwan.
Jennifer was educated at the National Taiwan University (LLB, 1979) and Harvard Law School (LLM, 1982). She speaks English and Mandarin Chinese.