Telecommunication,Computer Science,Internet Technology,E-commerce,Artificial Intelligence,Big Data Processing,Electronics Engineering,Semiconductor
Mr. Jia obtained a
master’s degree in Communication Engineering from Beijing Institute of
Technology in 2008. Mr. Jia
started his work in IP law in 2010, joined Liu, Shen & Associates in 2012,
and qualified as patent attorney and attorney at law. Mr. Jia specializes in
patent prosecution, reexamination, patent invalidation, IP litigation, and
client counselling with a focus on commercial patents (NSEP) and communication
Standard Essential Patents (SEP).
starting his work in the practice of IP law, Mr. Jia worked as a software
engineer in a communication company for two years.
Jia works in the firm’s Electrical & Electronics Department. He authored
“The contentious monopoly” on Managing Intellectual Property - Asia-Pacific IP
Focus 2016, “Application of Patent Examination Guidelines in Invalidation
Procedures” on Asia IP 2018, and gave presentation on “Provisions on Amendments
to Divisional Applications”, presentation on “Cases regarding Patent
Applications Concerning Computer Programs” and presentation on “Qualcomm and Its
Patent Operating Model” in the firm’s internal seminars.
Jia has been designated to study for NGB corporation, Japan for 3 months in
2019, and trained the attorneys in NGB on some issues related to prosecution,
invalidation and litigation of Chinese patent practice.
Jia is richly experienced in patent invalidation and litigation, participated in more
than tens of patent invalidation and oral examination, of which ten are the
first person in charge. In addition, Mr. Jia also provides analysis and support
for many other patent invalidation cases.
representing petitioner party, Mr. Jia has successfully invalidated a number of
patents in some invalidation cases; while in representing patentee party, Mr.
Jia has successfully defended patentee’s patents in some invalidation cases.
Mr. Jia’s performance has been highly recognized by clients.
Jia is familiar with China's telecommunications industry standards and 3GPP
international standards, handled a large number of SEP cases in patent
applications, patent invalidation and patent infringement litigation, and has a
lot of FRAND theory and practical experience.
Jia has led and deeply participated in several patent relevance assessment
projects and patent validity assessment projects, some of which involving SEP,
and some involving NSEP. In these
projects, Mr. Jia has analyzed dozens of NSEPs to evaluate the relevance degree of patents and
targeted products, analyzed more than one hundred of SEPs to evaluate relevance
degree of patents and communication standards, and analyzed validity of dozens
of patents against prior arts.
Jia’ work has been highly evaluated by the clients. In 2014, he was awarded as
Most Valuable Attorney by client.
Managing Partner | Trademark Attorney | Attorney at Law
Mr. Jia is one of the founding partners of Liu, Shen & Associates. He started his professional career in 1978 and is qualified as an attorney at law. Mr. Jia mainly practices in the field of trademark registration, opposition, review and all trademark related administrative and legal proceedings. Mr. Jia is one of the Managing partners in charge of the firm’s Legal department and trademark department.
Mr. Jia is a member of China Lawyers Association, AIPPI China Group and LES China Group.
International Association for the Protection of Industrial Property(AIPPI)
Mr. Jiao joined Liu, Shen
& Associates in 2007 and became a qualified patent attorney in 2010. He
specializes in patent prosecution, re-examination, patent invalidation, and
client counseling with a focus on semiconductor materials, processes and
devices; light-emitting devices; mechanical engineering; display technology,
and liquid crystal display.
Mr. Jiao has handled many
Chinese patent applications and overseas patent applications such as U.S.,
European, Japanese, Korean, and Indian patent applications for clients. He is
especially good at semiconductor related patent cases, and has drafted many
patent applications related to semiconductor devices and processes, display devices
and processes, LED devices, light-emitting modules, etc., for domestic
Mr. Jiao received his
Bachelor's degree in material science and engineering and his Master's degree
in material science from Wuhan University of Technology in China in 2002 and
2004, respectively. He then received his Doctorate in material physics and
chemistry from the Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Science, in
Mr. Jiao received a
professional training at law firm HSML, P.C. in U.S. in 2015.
Representative cases that Mr. Jiao has participated
- Patent invalidation of a Utility Model Patent owned
by Altek Cooperation, representing the patentee Altek, and successfully
maintaining the validity of the patent in several invalidation requests.
Publication or presentation
- “Functional features in patent infringement
litigation,” Asia-Pacific IP Focus 2015.
- “Functional claiming in US application,” AIPPI China
Youth IP Summer Seminar, August, 2017.
Mr. Jin joined
Liu, Shen & Associates in 2008 and became a qualified patent attorney in
2010. Mr. Jin's current practice includes patent prosecution, patent
invalidation, patent litigation, and counseling with a focus on material
chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, agrochemistry, protein crystallography,
and daily chemical industry.
Mr. Jin got his
qualification as an attorney at law in 2015, and he is expected to finish the apprenticeship
in the firm in 2016.
Mr. Jin received a
Bachelor's degree from Peking University in 1999, a Mater’s degree from Peking
University in 2002, and a Mater’s degree from Brown University (USA) in 2007. His
major was Chemistry.
Mr. Jin received European
IP training from CEIPI, University of Strasbourg (France) in 2015.
Mr. Jin has a good understanding on the differences between the patent
practice in China and that in Europe and America.
Mr. Jin has handled hundreds of
applications submitted before SIPO from multinational companies and domestic
companies, and dozens of applications submitted before USPTO, EPO, JPO and KIPO.
Material Science,Organic Chemistry,Chemical Engineering
Mr. Jin joined Liu, Shen
& Associates in 2005. He specializes in patent prosecution, re-examination,
patent invalidation, and client counseling with a focus on battery, polymer, luminescent
material, refrigerant, chemical Engineering, & nanomaterial.
Mr. Jin got his qualification
as a patent attorney in 2006. He has participated in several patent lawsuits
including patent infringement and patent invalidation. He has been leading
patent invalidation and pre-litigation analysis in the firm.
Mr. Jin had a master's
degree from Tsinghua University in 2004. Before joining this firm, Mr. Jin
worked as an engineer at PULEAD TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY CO. LTD. He received an LLM
degree from John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 2012.
Representative cases that Mr. Jin has led or participated
- Total v. Exxon Mobil, in the patent invalidation
case of Total v. Exxon Mobil, Mr. Jin represented Total to partially invalidate
the patent of Exxon Mobil, and this case is selected in Top Ten Cases of Patent
Reexamination Board in 2011.
All-China Patent Agents
pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle (AIPPI)
Yujie JIN is a senior patent attorney of the
Electronic and Electrical Department of Liu, Shen & Associates, and now has
more than 10 years’ experience in the field of IP law in China.
Ms. Jin joined Liu, Shen & Associates in 2005
and became a qualified patent attorney in 2006. Her practice focuses on patent
preparation and prosecution, patent reexamination, patent invalidation, patent
analysis and client counseling, with a particular focus in the areas of
electronic engineering, communication technology, telecommunication, computer
science, semiconductor technology and automatic control. Ms. Jin also has
experience in pre-litigation analysis and patent infringement litigation
relating to SEP.
Ms. Jin obtained a master of law degree (LL.M)
in IP from the John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois, USA in 2012. Before
that, Ms. Jin graduated as a master in Communication and Information System
from Tsinghua University in 2005, and received her bachelor’s degree from the
same university in 2002.
Publications that Ms. Jin has authored include
"How to respond to examination opinions
involving common knowledge,” Managing IP, Asia-Pacific IP Focus 2014, ISSN
"What do I need to Know about Patent
Marking?" Co-author, Managing IP, December 2014, ISSN 0960-5002
“Brief Introduction to Application of Doctrine of
Estoppel in China,” Asia IP, February 2016