Legal Staff

Portia Choi

Portia Choi has worked in the field of intellectual property protection since 1994, bringing a wealth of experience in IP prosecution, enforcement and dispute resolution. Her experience covers a broad range of industries including chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, fashion, jewelry, technology, telecommunications, insurance, and finance.

Portia works with some of the world’s most well known companies to prosecute and protect their trademark and patent rights in Taiwan and assess risks under local law and practice. Some of her clients include a famous electronics manufacturer, a major European luxury goods brand, and a pioneering provider of network hardware and software services. Portia also assists local corporate clients with foreign trademark prosecution and dispute resolution in various countries including Japan, China, the European Union, the U.S., Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Egypt, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, and South Africa.

Bringing strong logic and analytical skills to our team, Portia participates in the development and implementation of Winkler Partners’ internal filing, docketing, and data management systems.

Portia received her B.A. degree in 1993 from National Chengchi University in English. She joined Winkler Partners from our predecessor firm, Qi Lin International, where she worked since 2000. She speaks English, Cantonese, and Mandarin Chinese.

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