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    Overview:

      Ms. Gao joined NTD in 2006, and she focuses on counseling the clients on IP management and risk prevention, IP administrative protection,IP dispute resolution, etc. Ms. Gao is adept at handling domain name disputes, administrative protection of copyright and trademark rights, trademark prosecution litigation, copyright and trademark infringement litigation, and trademark assignment negotiation, etc. She provides legal consultation and litigation services to nearly a hundred European, American and Asian clients every year.


    Education and Training:

      • J.M. Renmin University of China
      • B.A. Henan University                                                

    Practice Areas:

      IP protection strategy consultation, IP litigation and administrative protection,trademark prosecution litigation, and trademark assignment negotiation

    Professional Affiliations:

      • All China Lawyer Association   

      • China Trademark Association


    Working Language:

      English, Mandarin

    Representative cases:

      • Representing ACER to oppose trademark applications filed by third parties, having them disapproved by the recognition of “ACER” and “宏碁” as well-known trademarks.

      • Representing Swatch Group in the dispute resolution and litigation of domain names squatted by third parties, having the domain names recovered.

      • Representing Dreamworks Animation to in domain name dispute resolution, having the domain names recovered.

      • Representing the Swatch Group in the invalidation and cancellation of trademarks registered by third parties in bad faith, having the trademarks invalidated and canceled.

      • Representing Studio Peyo in the opposition to the “蓝精灵” trademark application filed by a third party, receiving the favorable judgment that “蓝精灵” the name of the animated character be similar to the image of the animated character.

      • Representing K’nex Group in a trademark infringement lawsuit, winning the lawsuit.

      • Representing MAPED to sue a Chinese company for design patent infringement, winning the case.

      • Representing Jeunesse Global in the litigation of a trademark refusal, winning the litigation in the Supreme Court, and acquiring the trademark registration.

      • Representing DINH VAN to violate the “DINH VAN” trademark registered by a third party, having the trademark invalidated by the judgment confirming similarity of goods in different subclasses.