Mr. Yeh specializes in telecommunications and media law, cyberspace and E-commerce, intellectual property, antitrust & competition law and legislative lobbying.
Mr. Yeh's practice focuses on high tech industry transactions with an emphasis on telecom and broadcasting, including regulatory analysis, IPR licensing, drafting contracts and official documents and other matters. He has assisted international cable program providers applying for pay channel licenses from the broadcasting authority and represented domestic cable operators and multinational satellite operators on diverse issues, including planning, negotiating, drafting agreements and lobbying regarding modifications on regulatory matters.
Mr. Yeh has participated in various research projects, including a "Strategy
Analysis on the Telecom Market in Mainland China", commissioned by a major
mobile service operator; "Digital Taiwan: Increasing Broadband Access Penetration"
commissioned by STAG of the Executive Yuan and Draft of Basic Law of Communications
and Broadcasting commissioned by the Government Information Office (GIO).
He has published articles periodically on the "Elite Online Legal Forum" (http://www.elitelaw.com) on the subjects of E-commerce, Spam, Telecommunication, Broadcasting and Intellectual Property, including "Whose Rules Does the Broadband Follow: the Regulated or the Unregulated?", "Winner's Curse: Additional Spectrum Released for 3G Service", "Do you Decrypt the Code?" and "24 Years Waiting: Analysis of the Draft Bill of China Telecommunication Act".