WTR Ranks Wanhuida in 2021
In the 2021 edition of the World Trademark Review 1000 - The World's Leading Trademark Professionals, which is released on 15th February 2021, Wanhuida Intellectual Property is once again rated in the Gold Band as a top PRC firm for both "Prosecution and Strategy" and "Enforcement and Litigation" category.
According to the World Trademark Review 1000 2021, the expanded eleventh edition, Wanhuida is “the go-to firm for high profile technical cases”, a firm offering “flexibility and agility, on top of tailor-made services through a team dedicated to clients’ business constraints”.
Lauded for the extraordinary ability and level of expertise, the firm's Founding Partner and Management Committee Chair Bai Gang is ranked by WTR as a recommended individual. Partner and Management Committee Member Dr. Huang Hui also receives individual honor from WTR for being “very experienced in trademark-related litigation”. Other recommended individuals within the firm include two other partners and Management Committee Members Jason Yao and Jack Su. WTR editorial commends the role Jason had played in securing a court injunction and damages of Rmb6 million from an infringer for Luk Fook Holdings Limited. Jack is acclaimed by his clients as “having a very good understanding of Chinese laws and regulations” and “fully understanding their business needs and always tries to create new solutions to solve different types of challenges”.
The WTR 1000 is the definitive guide exclusively dedicated to identifying the world's leading trademark legal services providers. This year's publication features more than 80 country and US state-specific chapters, analysing local trademark legal services markets and profiling the firms and individuals singled out as leaders in their respective fields. Individual practitioners, law firms and trademark attorney practices qualify for inclusion in the WTR 1000 solely on receiving sufficient positive feedback from market sources. To allow for easy navigation, the results are presented in bands – gold, silver and bronze – to reflect the depth of expertise, market presence and level of work on which firms are typically instructed.