Qiang Lin

Liaoteng Wang

Qiang Lin joined Beijing East IP in 2004 and currently heads the EECS Patent Team at Beijing East IP with over 15 years of experiences practicing intellectual property laws in China. Mr. Lin has represented many multinational companies in patent prosecution before CNIPA (formerly known as SIPO) and has been helping many Fortune 500 multinational corporations managing their patent portfolios in China. As an attorney-at-law, Mr. Lin also has rich experiences in litigation, including before the Patent Reexamination Board and courts at all levels. Mr. Lin’s primary technical specialty covers optical engineering, communication, computer software, Internet, control and IC. Mr. Qiang Lin obtained a B.S. degree in Optical Engineering & Photoelectric Instrument from Zhejiang University, and a M.S. Degree in Computer Technology and Application from Institute of Software of Chinese Academy of Science. Mr. Lin also has three years of research experience at Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.


Posts by Qiang Lin


The Long-Awaited Fourth Amendment to the Chinese Patent Law: An In-Depth Look

On October 17, 2020, the Standing Committee of the Thirteenth National People’s Congress (China’s top legislature) passed the Fourth Amendment to the Chinese Patent Law, which will …

A Comparative Look at Patent Subject Matter Eligibility Standards: China Versus the United States

Much has happened to the patent subject matter eligibility standard in the U.S. since Mayo. On April 27, 2020, Judge Paul Michel and John Battaglia published an excellent …