Amanda Yang is a PRC licensed lawyer at Lusheng Law Firm, Rouse’s associated firm in China.
Amanda has been practicing IP law in China for 12 years. Her practice covers trade mark prosecution, protection and administrative litigation, as well as investigation and evidence collection of bad faith of trade mark squatters. She also provides counseling on trade mark portfolio management, domain name and copyright registration.
Her main expertise lies in the acquisition of well-known trade mark recognition, advising on the registrability of non-traditional trade marks (sound marks, color combination marks, certification marks, and geographic indications), trade mark assignment, licensing, as well as scheming, building and implementing integrated IPR protection strategies. Her client base spans multi-national companies in varied industries, such as pharmaceuticals, technologies, machinery, food and beverage, real estate, agriculture, winery, education and fashion.
Amanda also gives presentations on areas of IP rights in China at events organized by various Trade Commissions and business associations, including the EU Chamber of Commerce in China, and written for a number of legal publications, such as Managing Intellectual Property, China Law and Practice, China Intellectual Property.
Oriel College, Oxford University, Legal Study 2003
BA, China University of Political Science and Law, 2004
PRC licensed lawyer
Candidate of Juris Master, Law School, Peking University, 2015
Beijing Lawyers Association, Member, 2015