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Norton Rose Fulbright Offices
38/F JARDINE HOUSE
1 CONNAUGHT PLACE, CENTRAL
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China > Intellectual property: foreign firms
Multinational companies operating in the life sciences, tech and financial services sectors turn to Norton Rose Fulbright for trade mark portfolio management and assistance in IP prosecution, enforcement and litigation. The team also advises on licensing and commercialisation. Practice head Justin Davidson and a team assist pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline with its trade mark prosecution matters and clearance searches for the company’s new products. Senior associate Maggie Chong has a broad IP practice that takes in trade marks, domain names, design rights, patents and copyright.
Hong Kong > Intellectual property(Rising stars)
Led by the ‘smart and diligent‘ Justin Davidson, Norton Rose Fulbright provides a ‘helpful and knowledgeable service‘ to multinationals and Asian companies, including on patent and trade mark prosecution, commercialisation and enforcement. Aided by a huge global network of offices, the team is particularly accomplished at managing the IP portfolios of major international businesses. As well as spearheading the Greater China aspects of the global portfolio requirements of international clients, the team is also the driving force behind the coordination of the international strategies of Hong Kong-based companies (including Crown Worldwide). Davidson is also very well regarded for his patent litigation expertise, which regularly sees him acting for technology and pharmaceutical entities in multi-jurisdictional disputes throughout Asia. Senior associate Maggie Chong is also recommended and regularly assists clients with managing, protecting and commercialising their intellectual property portfolios across Asia.