Hui HUANG is the first doctor in trademark law in China and a Senior Partner of WAN HUI DA.
Prior to joining the firm, Dr. HUANG served 12 years at the SAIC, where he gained a profound understanding of the lifecycle of trademark proceedings. He later practised in the private sector as a litigating lawyer representing clients before the PRC Courts in a wide variety of litigations, some of which have become landmark decisions in the industry.
Dr. HUANG authors/co-authors a dozen publications, including "Trademark Law" (textbook used by most Chinese law schools), "Legal Protection for Well-known and Famous Marks", "Intellectual Property in European Union" (first systematic introduction of EU IPR legislation in Mainland China), and "Trademark Laws of Twelve Nations". He translates the "Intellectual Property Code" (Legislative Part) and has been the executive editor of "China Trademark Report" since 2003.
Dr. HUANG has been vigorously involved in the initial drafting and subsequent amendments to China's major trademark-related laws, regulations and judicial interpretations.
In 2012, he entered the first list of "National IP Leading Individuals" released by the State Intellectual Property Office. He was later elected Chair of the INTA TOPC China Trademark Office Subcommittee for the 2014/15 term.