Emerging Technology and R&D
“The Legal Guide of Technology Transfer”, “The Legal Framework for Hi-tech Industry”, “Statute Index for Technology Development Program (1st to 7th eds.)”, “Management of Science and Technology Versus Legal Strategies”, “Exploring the Inter-tangled Biotechnology Law”, “Green Technology and Law”, “A New Perspective on Law and Innovation”, “The Management and Regulation ofGenetic Modification Technology Worldwide” (Vols. 1-3), “The Evolution of the Management and Regulation of Genetically Modified Technology in Taiwan and New Trends in the World”, “The Core of Cartagena Protocol on Bio-safety and Its Challenges in Practice” , etc.
Internet and Communications
“The Domain Name Dispute Resolution Pamphlet”, “Internet Versus Law”, “A Guide to Multimedia Law”, “Compendium of Cases Involving Domain Name Disputes in Taiwan in 2001”, “Developing Expertise in Internet Law”, “Digital Technology and Law”, “The Application of e-Commerce Law”, “Guide to e-Commerce Law”, “The Future of Digital Technology Law”, “Law in the Digital Age”, “Science and Technology Law in the Next Generation”, “Guide to e-Commerce Operations, Management, Marketing and Law”, “An Easy Handbook of Domain Name Dispute Resolution”, etc.
“Legal Guidelines for Digital Content Market in China”, ” Graphical Illustration of Intellectual Property Management”, ”Decoding Intellectual Property Management”, “Key to Intellectual Property Management”, “Judicial Case Analyses for Intellectual Property Rights in China－The Chapter of Disputes about Unfair Competition”, “Judicial Case Analyses for Intellectual Property Rights in China－The Chapter of Disputes about Technological Contracts”, “Judicial Case Analyses for Intellectual Property Rights in China－The Chapter of Disputes about Intellectual Property”, “Compendium of Rulings in Cases Relating to Business Secrets”, “A Practical Manual of Intellectual Property Rights Management”, “Outlook of EDI Agreement”, etc.
Publishes Science & Technology Law Review monthly since April of 1989.
Chinese and English e-News
Regularly delivers Chinese and English newsletters on legal news related to science and technology via email.
Provides the latest information concerning worldwide trends of science and technology laws; features keynote research reports, activity information; and delivers online legal consulting services. Related websites are as follows:
Domain Name Dispute Resolution Service: http://stli.iii.org.tw/twnic/
Taiwan Intellectual Property Management System: http://www.tips.org.tw/
“The Judicial Yuan Information Law Study Conference” (co-hosted with the Judicial Yuan), “Information Law Training Conference for Public Prosecutors” (co-hosted with the Ministry of Justice), “Science and Technology Law Training Course”, “Training Course for Patent Engineers”, “Workshop for Patent Engineers”, “Training Course of Patent and Technology Analysis”, “Basic Course for Intellectual Property”, “TIPS Intellectual Property Management Personnel Training Course”, “Practical Training Course for TIPS Implementation”, “TIPS Self Appraiser Course”, “Cross-Strait Industrial Law Practical Course”, “Emerging Biotechnology Business Opportunities and Legal Specification Trends Training Course”, “New Generation Energy Law Analysis and Industrial Innovation Opportunities”, “Introduction to e-Commerce and Consumer Protection”, “Introduction to e-Commerce and Web 2.0”, “e-Commerce Law Practical Training”, etc.
Guidance for Enterprises
Includes Manufacturer Guidance for Establishment of IP Management System, e-Patent Technology League, Patent Guidance Plan for Industries, Patent Development and Promotion Plan for Information Technology Industries, Establishment and Promotion of TIPS, Services for Consultation and Guidance in Technology Law Field, e-Commerce Legal Consultation Services and others.
Domain Name Dispute Resolution
The STLI has been approved and commissioned by the Taiwan Network Information Center (TWNIC) to handle Domain Name disputes since 2001.
The STLI in-house attorneys, familiar with substantive and procedural laws, working together with engineers specializing in information and communication technologies, provide professional infringement analysis services.
Since its establishment, the growth of the STLI has developed in tandem with the creation of legal and regulatory environments for technology and emerging industries. The highly competent professionals of the STLI have maintained a belief in innovation, compassion and effectiveness, and have closely followed and participated in the creation of a sound legal environment for technology and emerging industries.
The dedication of these professionals has enabled the STLI to maintain and expand its core competence in areas such as technological and industrial development, science and technology R&D systems, technology transfer, intellectual property rights, ICT infrastructure, information security, e-commerce, and emerging technologies, as well as international trade and competition. For the past decade, the STLI has devoted itself to monitoring the latest worldwide trends in legal and regulatory systems and guiding Taiwan’s industries towards the global market.
In the future, the STLI will continue to enhance and expand its research capabilities and professional expertise, while at the same time keeping pace with international legal and regulatory practice.
The goal of the STLI is to become a leading think tank in the Asia-Pacific region that is focused on enhancing science and technology laws and policies and promoting general industry-wide legal systems.