Affiliated Faculty (NCCU, Taiwan)
Chung-Lun Shen serves as Associate Professor at the National Chenchi University College of Law in Taiwan. Since obtaining his S.J.D. degree at the Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington in 2006, he and has been dedicating himself to studying significant issues of intellectual property law, especially in the field of patent law. He has published over 20 articles in Taiwanese, U.S. or European Journals. Professor Shen is also appointed a distinguished lecturer by the Taiwan Intellectual Property Court and the Intellectual Property Office to deliver lectures on patent law to judges and patent examiners on international and comparative patent law. In 2012, he undertook a project sponsored by the Taiwan National Science Council on comparative study and judicial case review of patent infringement and remedy under the region of Great China, mainly China and Taiwan. Recently, Professor Shen has been sponsored by the Taiwan National Science Council to explore issues of essential patents and FRAND (“fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory terms”) in a comparative base, and also review the development of related judicial cases under Chinese and Taiwanese patent laws.