Yu-Li Tsai, a patent attorney, graduated from the department of electrical engineering of the best engineering school in Taiwan, National Taiwan University (NTU). His interest in communication systems led him subsequently to attend the Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering (GICE) of NTU, from which, following two years of study, he received his master’s degree. During his research studies at GICE, he became familiar with the knowledge and skills areas associated with patent-related matters, before taking the Bar examination and qualifying as a patent attorney.
Mr Tsai also obtained a master’s degree in IP law from the law school of the University of New Hampshire, also known as the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property. Immediately upon graduating, Mr Tsai had an opportunity to work for InterDigital, Inc in Delaware and, following this, he obtained his US patent registration qualification. He is also qualified and admitted to practise as a patent agent in China.