Presented by Mr. Ronald Yu, JD, LLM, U.S. Patent Agent, Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong, Director & General Counsel, Gilkron Limited, Managing Director, Ronba Technology Limited
Mr. Ronald Yu, a holder of JD and LLM degrees; lectures on Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Patent
Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong. He is, among other things, an U.S. Patent Agent since 2004 and a digital forensics examiner. He is also the Vice President of Knowledge Management of the International Intellectual Property Commercialization Council.
Ronald has published articles on online learning, digital forensics, intellectual property, information technology and constitutional law. He authored the Hong Kong chapter for the 3rd edition of the book
Electronic Evidence and he is the author of the forthcoming book
Intellectual Property for Business. His significant publications include:
When Internet protocols and legal provisions collide:
Unauthorised access and Sierra v Ritz, Computer Law and Security Review Volume 25, Issue 2, 2009, Pages 185-188
Office Open XML and the promise not to sue: Opportunity or minefield?
Background paper produced for OOXML Symposium USNW 14 December 2007
Should foreign domestic helpers be allowed permanent residency in the HKSAR?
Hong Kong Lawyer, May 2006
The impact of ethics on global patent harmonization, Hong Kong Student Law Review Vol. 10, 2004-5
Digital Evidence: International Considerations, Computer Law Association Bulletin, Vol. 20, No. 2, 2005
The Horse Before the Cart, Asia Law, Dec. 04/Jan. 05
Challenges Posed by Digital Evidence, Hong Kong Lawyer, October 2004
Is Hong Kong ready for ID Theft in the 21st Century? Hong Kong Lawyer, May 2004
The course looks at valuation methods for patents examining some considerations for valuing intangible property, reviewing the various valuation models and approaches, as well as the relevant U.S. case law in this area.
This course will cover the followings:
What makes a patent valuable: Case study U.S. Patent 5,273,995