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Vincent Y. Lin, Esq.

California Attorney
U. S. District Court Central District of California
U. S. District Court – Southern District of California
California Notary Public

Golden Gate University - California
LLM in Taxation
University of West Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
Alabama A&M University - Huntsville, Alabama
Master Degree in Computer Science
Tunghai University – Taiwan
B.S. in Accounting

Professional and Legal Affiliations:
LA County Bar
California Bar Association
Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association
Taiwanese American Lawyer Association

Remarkable Federal Court Intellectual Property Cases:
A1 Electronics, Inc. v. Pang “Jeffrey” Chang, et al.
IP Venture, Inc. v. Prostar Computer Inc., et al.
Best Intention Investment, Ltd. v. Blaise Rosenthal, et al.
Wang Kwong Plastic Products Co., Ltd. v. Master Toys and Novelties, Inc.
NKOK, Inc. v. Cool Things Corp.
Sagee U.S.A. Group, Inc. v. Longson International (USA) Co., et al.

Agnes Ho, Esq.

California Attorney
U. S. District Court – Central District of California
U. S. District Court – Southern District of California

Southwestern University of Law - Los Angeles, California
Juris Doctor (SCALE® - the only ABA approved 2-year J.D. Program in the U.S.)
Full time externship at Federal Public Defender’s Office

University of California - Los Angeles, California
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy
Member of National Society of Collegiate Scholars; Phi Eta Sigma National Honor society; Golden Key
National Honor Society
Co-founder and Vice President of Taiwanese American Union

University of Nottingham - Nottingham, United Kingdom
Education Abroad Program  


Professional and Legal Affiliations:
Los Angeles County Bar Association
California Bar Association
Taiwanese American Lawyer Association


Volunteer and Pro Bono Work:

  • Ms. Ho devotes her spare time to Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California (APALC) to help qualified immigrants to become naturalized.  APALC is the nation's largest legal organization serving the Asian and Pacific Islander communities.  Founded in 1983, APALC is a unique organization that combines traditional legal services with civil rights advocacy and leadership development.  The mission of APALC is to advocate for civil rights, provide legal services and education and build coalitions to positively influence and impact Asian Pacific Americans and to create a more equitable and harmonious society. 
  • Ms. Ho also used to volunteer at the Domestic Violence Clinic within the Los Angeles Superior Court at Santa Monica to interview victims of domestic violence and assist them in obtaining restraining orders.

Vincent Chan, Esq.

  • California Attorney
  • New York Attorney
  • Admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the U.S., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit (encompasses the western seaboard and Hawaii), that of the Federal Circuit, all four U.S. district courts in California - Central, Southern, Northern, and Eastern, as well as that of the Northern District of Texas
  • Also handles legal matters before federal agencies in various states, e.g., Arizona, and in the District of Columbia
  • Has practiced pro hac vice in the federal courts of Indiana and Nevada.


University of Southern California - Los Angeles, California
M.B.A. - Corporate Finance & General Financial Management Concentrations

Southwestern University of Law - Los Angeles, California
J.D. (Top Third of Class)
John J. Schumacher Leadership Scholarship (99% LSAT)
Research Editor, Southwestern Journal of Law and Trade in the Americas

University of Hong Kong - Hong Kong, China
Certificate (No. 1 in Class) - Commercial Law/Foreign Trade & Investment

University of California - Irvine, California
B.A. (Dean's List) - Chinese Language & Literature


Professional Organizations:
New York State Bar Association
Los Angeles County Bar Association.


Reported Cases and Publications:

  • In Baltazar-Altazar v. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 386 F.3d 940 (9th Cir. 2004), Mr. Chan persuaded the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to void the removal of a husband and wife caused when the Immigration Judge interfered with their right to be represented by their attorney of choice.
  • InTaniguchi v. Schultz, 303 F.3d 950 (9th Cir. 2002), the circuit court ruled on the rationality of immigration laws that deprived permanent residents of certain immigration benefits while they extended those same benefits to illegal aliens and other nonpermanent residents.
  • In Torbet v. United Airlines, Inc., 298 F.3d 1087 (9th Cir. 2002), the appellate panel examined and measured the nature and extent of random airport searches against the Fourth Amendment's prohibition against unreasonable searches and seizures.
  • Ace Antenna Company v. Telular Corp., Verdict Search (2003) (commercial transaction)

And, in an unpublished opinion in 2003, Mr. Chan managed to overturn a federal criminal conviction that threatened to wrest a mother from her children - a worthy achievement in the pursuit of a just cause. United States v. Wang, 84 Fed.Appx. 950 (9th Cir. 2003).


Clement Cheng, Esq.

California Attorney
United States Patent Attorney
Engineering EIT/FE Certified
California Notary Public

Loyola Law School JD
UCLA BS Mechanical Engineering

Volunteer and Pro Bono Work:
Disability Advocacy: Western Law Center for Disability Rights Worked with other law students under the Litigation Director on a successful appeal that allowed SSI recipients to receive home care funding. Under the old rule, disabled recipients of home care funding were limited to living at certified care facilities and at home with immediate blood relatives.

Professional and Legal Affiliations:
LA County Bar
Orange County Bar
California Bar Association
Loyola Law School Small Practice Network
Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association


  • A Comparative Approach to Regulating Money Politics In Taiwan: Learning from the Mistakes of Others: As Taiwan completes the democratization process, the Legislative Yuan must decide the future of money politics in Taiwan. As a guide to Taiwan's future legislation, the Legislative Yuan should examine campaign finance regulations in the United States and Canada.
  • Patentibility of Business Models: Sometimes business methods are patentable. The recent proliferation of internet business method patents suggests that companies should not ignore the patentibility of their business model. This article provides a general overview of getting a patent on business methods.
  • 3D Trademarks: Trademarks can be three dimensional (such as Pepperidge Farm Goldfish, The Golden Arches of early McDonald's restaurants and cartoon characters such as Snap, Crackle and Pop).
Campaign Finance Reform in Taiwan: Many countries can learn from campaign finance developments in the United States.
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