Tingxi Huo in Trademark Category
Tingxi Huo, trademark attorney and partner, graduated from Henan University with a BA in 1989, studied Japanese trademark law in Tokyo in 2003 and studied law at the China University of Political Science and Law from 2004 until 2006. He joined China Patent Agent (Hong Kong) Ltd in 1998 and passed the trademark attorney bar the same year. He joined Chofn as a managing partner in 2010.
He has edited and translated the Classification of Similar Goods and Services for Registration of Marks in the People’s Republic of China and the eighth, ninth and 10th editions of the Nice Agreement, which have been extensively used by Chinese trademark examiners, peers and other professionals in and outside China since 2002. He has also written articles and made presentations on Chinese trademark law and practice in China and abroad. He has been listed in 2013 and 2014 Asia IP Experts.
During his professional career, he practiced trademark law in mainland China and Hong Kong, and has represented many Chinese and Western industrial leaders in a variety of cases. He joined the International Trademark Association Enforcement Committee for 2014-2015. His working languages are English and Chinese.
Mr. Tingxi Huo
Chofn Intellectual Property
B316 Guangyi Plaza, Guangyi Str., Xicheng, Beijing 100053, P.R. China
Tel: +86-10-6213 9699
Fax: +86-10-6213 1230; +86-10-6213 1630
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