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About Emerging Technologies Law...

Emerging Technologies Law explores and analyzes the legal, business and social issues facing the development, adoption and monetization of key emerging technologies.

 

About William Ting..

As an emerging tech attorney admitted in the State of California since 1998, William has been helping multinational corporations, NGOs, non-profit or charitable organizations and high net-worth individuals develop, protect and monetize business opportunities with high integrity and sound risk management. 

Currently developing "Data Management" as a practice uniting the disciplines of AI, digital assets & commerce, intellectual property monetization, cybersecurity, data protection and privacy.

William has advised TSMC (NYSE listed US$194 Billion market cap firm with over US$30 billion in 2016 revenues), the world's 45th most valuable company & largest semiconductor foundry on a range of legal and commercial issues to help them overcome increasingly difficult technical and adaptive challenges, especially in data management, IP protection, blockchain, cybersecurity, data governance and privacy (GDPR) protection.


William advocates strategic policies on data management which encompasses fintech intellectual property issues, fintech patent portfolio management, patents & trade secret litigations, trade secrets protection, IP licensing, blockchain initiatives, crypto-assets, virtual fiat currencies, IoT, AI, AR, robotics, cloud computing, big data, cybersecurity and data privacy.

Believing in giving back to society, William is active in several non-profit projects. He serves as the chairperson for the Hong Kong chapter of International Association of Privacy Professionals which is the world's largest information privacy organization. He also is a member of the Chamber of Digital Commerce based in Washington D.C. which is the world's leading trade association representing the digital asset and blockchain industry.  He serves on the Chamber's Blockchain Intellectual Property Council in drafting legal memos on protecting open-sourced coding and fintech related inventions under U.S. patent law and the eligibility of fintech inventions for patent protection under current case law on software inventions. He participates in the "Smart Contracts" and "Token Alliance” committees of the Chamber.

He also serves as volunteer pro bono director of emerging technologies for IIPCC.org a global NGO which is a Permanent Observer to the United Nations' World Intellectual Property Organization with chapters in Silicon Valley, Washington DC, Singapore, Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei and Hong Kong. 


William is a graduate of Cornell University (B.A. 1991) and Loyola Law School (J.D. 1998). He is married to Elyssa Davis and has a dog named Gizmo.

 

 Gizmo, the blog's official mascot! (family's picture)

Gizmo, the blog's official mascot! (family's picture)

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