Level 2 Office Tower C2, The Towers Oriental Plaza
29 Nov 2006
Lovells International Law Firm
A U.S. Attorney and China specialist
Benjamin Qiu earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence at Santa Clara University School of Law, and a bachelor of Science at Webster University (Computer Science/Biology).
Mr. Qiu joined Lovells International Attorneys in 2006 where he continues advising clients on legal issues affecting high-tech businesses. In September 2006, Lovells chose him as one of three representatives to make a presentation on Intellectual Property issues affecting US businesses in China to US patent attorney delegates of the People to People program, founded by former US president Dwight D. Eisenhower.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Chinese legal issues affecting High-Tech Start-ups and WOFEs in China
3 - 5 years
Mr. Qiu has been a contributing author to Perspectives, a publication of the Overseas Young Chinese Forum, where he explores the new US regulation on stock options and it’s effect on US High-Tech startups (see Vol. 6, No. 2, June 30, 2005)
He ran “BQ's (Mostly U.S.-Sino) Law and Economics Review” a blog whose archive is available at http://pekinghaze.blogspot.com/2005_04_01_pekinghaze_archive.html where he published comments on law and technology, such as the due care requirement after Knorr-Bremse.
His personal email is benjaminqiu(AT)gmail.com. His work email is benjamin.qui(AT)lovells.com.