Ms Bing Cheng > AnJie Law Firm > Beijing, China > Lawyer Profile

AnJie Law Firm
BEIJING 100600


Ms Cheng’s practice covers a broad range of international work including intellectual property, international arbitration and litigation. She has been involved numerous claims, in relation to, patent and trademark infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, commercial defamation, securities litigation, product liability claims before courts and arbitration tribunals. Her cases are: representing a Virgin Islands company in a revocation of an arbitral award proceeding against a Chinese listing company; representing a listing Chinese company in three trademark revocation proceedings. Defended a Chinese tire company in a Section 337 investigation in the United States related to patent infringement. Acted as an expert witness in Chinese law in a US product liability class action for US plaintiffs; advised a number of US listed Chinese companies in US securities actions; represented a well-known Japanese company in an international arbitration with AAA and enforcement in China involving a license dispute; advised a Chinese state-owned insurance company in a trademark infringement case; advised a famous Japanese company in a well-known trademark recognition action; represented a well-known US pharmaceutical company in a trademark license dispute; advised a US company on franchising in relation to a Chinese healthcare business; represented a worldwide leader in sports equipment in relation to its trademark protection in China; represented the largest Japanese pharmaceutical company in a counterfeit drug enforcement action in China; represented a Taiwanese company, the world’s largest dedicated semiconductor foundry, in cross-border claims including a section 337 investigation related to unfair competition, commercial defamation and a breach of contract.


Trained China, UK, US; qualified England & Wales (non-practising 2004), New York (2008); China (2008); legal counsel Omron Corporation Beijing Office; associate Jones Day; senior associate Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP; partner Runming Law Firm; partner Zhong Lun Law Firm; partner AnJie Law Firm 2012 to date. Publications of note: Service of U.S. Process in Mainland China, China Law, 2012; Feature: Measures for FIEs Engaging in Online and Vending Machine Sales, Volume 24, China Law & Practice, 2010; The First ‘Trojan Horse’ Case Prosecuted in China, Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, 2010; Ninth Circuit Holds Forum Selection Clause Designating ‘Courts Of’ A Particular State Does Not Include Federal District Courts in the State, 2009; SmithKline Beecham Wins Domain Name Fight in China, 2008.


Chinese, English, Japanese.


Arbitrator of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC); International Bar Association; International Trademark Association.


Beijing 56th High School; Capital University of Economics and Business, China (1996); Ritsumeikan University, Japan (1999 LLM); The College of Law, Guildford, Britain (2003 LLB; 2004 Common Professional Examination & Legal Practice Certificate); University of Pennsylvania, US (2008 LLM).