About Richard Li-dar Wang
Richard Li-dar Wang is Associate Dean for Executive Education and Professor of Law at National Chengchi University in Taipei, Taiwan. He serves as an affiliated faculty member in the Center for Intellectual Property Research, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, and a trustee for the Patent Search Center and Taiwan Competition Law Institute. Prof. Wang accomplished his S.J.D. degree at Indiana–Maurer in 2007, and is also a graduate of Georgetown Law Center (LL.M. 2004). His research is primarily focused on competition law and patent law. Thought courses include internet law and regulated industries.
Prof. Wang have published nearly 40 articles in English and Chinese, some of which appear on leading technology law journals, including Yale Journal of Law and Technology, and University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy. He is a frequent presenter at international conferences. Domestically, Prof. Wang regularly gives speeches before IP judges, and provides expert opinions to courts, the Fair Trade Commission and private enterprises. Prior to academia, Prof. Wang worked for the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission. He investigated anticompetitive cases of the petroleum and pharmaceutical industries, and unfair business practices from various sectors. Later on he became a consultant to the Vice Chairperson of the Commission, advising him on legal and policy matters.
|August 2015 - Present||Associate Professor, National Chengchi University ‐ College of Law|
|August 2007 - July 2015||Assistant & Associate Professor, National Chiao Tung University ‐ Institute of Technology Law|
Patent Law and Antitrust / Competition Law
|2007||S.J.D., Maurer School of Law - Indiana University|
|2004||LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center|
|1996||LL.M., National Taiwan University ‐ College of Law|
Reforming and Specifying Intellectual Property Rights Policies of Standard-Setting Organizations ...
University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy (2017)
Standard-setting organizations (SSOs) rely on commitments to license on fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms from standard-essential patent (SEP) holders ...
Patent Protection of Pharmacologically Active Metabolites: Theoretical and Technological Analysis ...
Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal (2013)
Active metabolite patents have been instrumental for brandname pharmaceutical companies to maintain their exclusivity even after the drug patents expire. ...
Contributions to Books (2)
Contribution to Book
Discretionary Injunctive Relief for Patent Infringement: Partial Remuneration After EBay ...
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW: BALANCING COMPETING INTERESTS (2014)
The eBay decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in 2006 opens the door for discretionary injunctive relief in patent infringement ...