is deputy director of CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office. He is a senior trade-mark attorney and since joining the firm in 1989 has successfully handled a great number of IP cases covering trade mark, copyright, licensing, unfair competition, customs protection, trade dress, trade name, cyber-squatting through litigation, administration or negotiation. Mr Zhang obtained his LLM in intellectual property law from UNH School of Law in the USA in 2003. He has published many articles in periodicals or newspapers, and has co-authored a textbook, 'Practice of IP Lawyers' (2006).
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