Ye Huang


CMS China
Shanghai Representative Office
2801 Plaza 66 Tower 2
1266 Nanjing Road West
Shanghai 200040
Languages English, Chinese

Ye is Associate at CMS, China Shanghai Office. She has 11 years’ experience in advising on intellectual property law in the People’s Republic of China. Ye regularly assists clients in all IP related matters, especially in the trademark practice area including trademark portfolio management, trademark prosecution, trademark filings, trademark know how and patent licensing, and all kinds of trademark agreements. Her practice also includes general IP advice, IP strategies and protection, copyright registration and protection and data protection issues.

Before joining CMS, China, Ye worked in a leading intellectual property boutique in China and an IP affiliate of another leading international law firm in Shanghai.

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  • 2015 – Trademark Attorney Certificate
  • 2010 – Passed PRC Bar Exam
  • 2004 – Bachelor from Shanghai University
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PRC Su­preme People’s Court is­sued pro­vi­sions on pro­hib­it­ory in­junc­tions...
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