Tag: Taiwan

  • Mediation and Arbitration Mechanism under the Mainland-Taiwan Bilateral Investment Agreement

    Jie Huang is Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Foreign Affairs Department at the Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade School of Law. On August 9, 2012, Mainland China and Taiwan concluded the Cross-Strait Bilateral Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement (hereinafter “BIA”) during the eighth Chen-Jiang Meeting (meeting between the Association for Relations across […]

  • Jie Huang Joins The IJA Brigade

    Letters Blogatory warmly welcomes the newest member of the IJA Brigade, Jie Huang, associate professor of law and director of the Foreign Affairs Department at the Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade’s School of Law. I’m pleased to publish her post on the new Cross-Strait Bilateral Investment Protection & Promotion Agreement between China and Taiwan, a […]

  • Two Blogs To Read

    Letters Blogatory readers may be interested in two new blogs I recently discovered. First is the International Technology Law Blog, written by Chris Neumeyer of Asia Law, a Taipei law firm. The blog got started in May 2012, and Chris has already covered two issues of interest to Letters Blogatory readers: service of process by […]

  • Case of the Day: Signalquest v. Tien-Ming Chou

    I like how the judge in today’s case of the day, Signalquest, Inc. v. Tien-Ming Chou (D.N.H. 2012), began: “When service of process absolutely, positively has to be effected on a Taiwanese defendant pursuant to FRCP 4(f)(2)(C)(ii), is Federal Express enough?” The claim was for patent infringement. Signalquest asserted that Chou and his company, Oncque, […]