is a trade-mark attorney at the firm. Her key practice areas are: trade-mark registration, prosecution; trade-mark search and watch, administrative protection of trade-mark right; opposition, invalidation, litigation; assignment and licensing of trade marks, and providing legal opinion on trade-mark protection strategies. She is the author of Prior Public Use is Not a Necessary Element in Recognising Bad Faith, China Intellectual Property News (2018) and Study on the General Name from GUARANA case, China Trademark (2015).
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