Yu-Chung Hsu's practice includes intellectual property law, fair trade law, and general disputes and litigation. He also has experience in the technology areas of design and testing of integrated circuits, semiconductor fabrication processes, and communication systems.
Yu-Chung's dual background in law and engineering allows him to approach issues from a technical, legal, and practical point of view, giving him a distinct advantage when dealing with technical advancements and novel arguments in intellectual property, contractual issues, and commercial disputes. His recent experience includes representing a semiconductor equipment components manufacturer in trade secret litigation in which satisfactory outcomes were achieved in both the civil and criminal litigation.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Yu-Chung worked as an investigator at the Hsinchu Prosecutors Office where he focused on advanced technology issues, especially those that arose at Hsinchu Science Park. He is a member of the Taipei Bar Association and has published several articles regarding integrated circuit (IC) designs.
- 2013A 60 GHZ CMOS power amplifierwith modified pre-distortion linearizer, coauthor, Proc. IEEE MTT-S Int. Microw. Symp. Dig.
- 2013Phase-Delay Cold-FET Pre-Distortion Linearizer for Millimeter-Wave CMOS Power Amplifiers, coauthor, IEEE Trans. Microw. Theory Tech., vol. 61, no. 12, pp. 4505-4519
- 2012A 75.5-to-120.5-GHz, High-Gain CMOS Low-Noise Amplifier, coauthor, Proc. IEEE MTT-S Int. Microw. Symp. Dig., 2012
- 2011A K-band CMOS cascode power amplifier using optimal bias selection methodology, coauthor, Proc. Asia-Pacific Microw. Conf., pp. 793-796 2011
- National Taiwan University (M.S. in Communication Engineering 2010; LL.B. 2008; B.S. in Electrical Engineering 2008)
- Second Lieutenant Company Chief Counselor, Airborne Special Operations Forces, Army of Taiwan (R.O.C.), Taoyuan, Taiwan (August 2011-July 2012); Investigator, Taiwan Hsinchu District Prosecutors Office (December 2010-June 2011)
- Taiwan Taipei District Prosecutors Office (July-November 2010)
- Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese, and English