Senior Partner - Wan Hui Da Intellectual Property Agency
Hui Huang is the first doctor of trademark law in China and has been a senior partner of Wan Hui Da Intellectual Property Agency since 2002. He is a scholar, lawyer, trademark attorney, research fellow of the Intellectual Property Centre of China Academy of Social Sciences and arbitrator of the Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre of the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission.
Before joining Wan Hui Da, Dr Huang served for 12 years at the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, where he gained a profound understanding of the lifecycle of trademark proceedings both in theory and in practice. He also studied international industrial property law and graduated from the Centre of International Study of Industrial Property, Robert Schuman University, France. After graduation, he conducted academic research on the protection of well-known trademarks at the China Academy of Social Sciences (Legal Protection of Well-Known and Famous Marks, Law Press, 2001), where he studied under Chengsi Zheng, the most renowned IP specialist in China, and was finally awarded the degree of doctor at law. Dr Huang is also a visiting professor at the University of Strasbourg.
Dr Huang is an active practising attorney who represents clients before the people’s courts in a wide variety of litigations, some of which have become landmark decisions in the industry.
He is also a frequent lecturer and has published numerous works. Trademark Law (Law Press, 2004) is one of his representative works and has been adopted as a textbook by many Chinese law schools.
Dr Huang has been listed in the World Trademark Review 1000 (2011, 2012), and has also been rated as a leading individual by Chambers & Partners (2011, 2012).
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World Trademark Review Yearbook 2009/2010
After many years of accumulating knowledge, particularly since liberalization, China has now established an effective legal system for the protection of trademark rights. The key piece of legislation is the Trademark Law.