Jack Su is a Partner at Wanhuida Intellectual Property and a Member of the firm’s Management Committee. He is the Managing Partner of the firm’s Shanghai Office and a licensed attorney at law. He is affiliated to the Intellectual Property Committee of the All China Lawyers Association and the Advisory Board of the Shanghai Trademark Association.
Jack's practice focuses on litigation and arbitration matters pertinent to intellectual property and unfair competition disputes.
Jack has, during his 20-year practice, advised many Chinese business magnates and multinational corporations on their IPR-related contractual disputes, disputes over IPR ownership, infringement disputes, unfair competition litigation and arbitration, among others.
He has been instrumental in a few landmark cases. He is the lead counsel representing 3M in obtaining damages of RMB 3.5 million, far exceeding the statutory limit in the Trademark Law, against a Chinese infringer. The decision was upheld by the court of second instance as well as by the China Supreme People’s Court (“SPC”). The case was selected by SPC for its annual 50 exemplary cases. Jack has also led a team of litigation lawyers in obtaining for China Spider King Group favorable court decisions in the opposition review administrative proceeding. This case was selected to be included in the SPC Gazette due to its significance in clarifying the difference between the extension of goodwill and that of a trademark.
Jack co-authors the“Trademark Strategic Management”(Intellectual Property Publishing House) and co-edits the“Trademark Practice Guideline”(China Legal Publishing House).
Jack enters the list of Recommended IP Lawyers of The Asia Pacific Legal 500 in its 2015 and 2017 edition.
In 2019, Jack is hired by the Shanghai University Law School as Adjunct professor, providing off-campus tutoring to its LLM candidates.
Membership & QualificationChina Bar
Shanghai Trademark Association