Partner at IP March
Nina Li is a partner and trademark attorney of IP March. She joined a well-known foreign IP agency and started her IP career in 2007.
Ms Li’s practice covers a wide range of areas, including trademarks, copyright, domain names and customs protection. She has been engaged in numerous prosecution and contentious matters before various Chinese IP authorities, such as IP offices, administrative authorities and courts. Over a decade of assisting domestic and foreign clients in pursuing their best interest, Ms Li’s capacity to tackle tricky issues and provide responsive, creative and value-added services has been widely recognised. Rather than providing commoditised services and robotic advice, Ms Li always takes a pro-active approach and renders comprehensive opinions and ingenious solutions.
Ms Li has been acting for a variety of clients, from celebrities to well-known multinational companies. She is very familiar with Chinese and foreign trademark laws and trademark practices and has extensive practical experience. Her daily practice involves trademark registrations, transfers, modifications, renewals, licensing, oppositions, reviews, revocations and invalidations; domain name registrations, transfers and dispute resolution; copyright registration; and customs protection. Ms Li has also assisted multiple well-known domestic enterprises and large state-owned companies with their international trademark protection, including Madrid Protocol applications and national trademark applications in dozens of jurisdictions including the United States, European Union, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, Brazil, South Africa, and the African Intellectual Property Organisation.
Ms Li has superb foreign language skills and has been a frequent speaker and author of many articles. Her good communication skills, valuable professional advice and meticulous work style has won her countless compliments from clients.