Evelyn Zhang Paralegal

Speaks:  English, Chinese

Primary office:  Guangzhou

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Evelyn Zhang

Evelyn Zhang majored in translation and minored in law at Guangdong University of Finance and Economics, and received her master's degree in Jinan University. She is adept at the online takedown on China's major e-commerce platforms and familiar with the overall procedures of all kinds of IP cases, including customs matters, online enforcement, litigation, and administrative and criminal action. Evelyn is an IP paralegal who is responsible for the associates' daily affairs, including desktop research, drafting, translating, and proofreading legal documents. With patience and thoughtfulness, she is also good at communicating with clients and figuring out creative approaches to solve their issues.


  • Independently conducted online takedown against eligible infringing links on the e-commerce platforms under Alibaba and JD.com with a success rate of over 88%, and helped to bring about a seller's undertaking letter of non-infringement, promoting the subsequent test purchase and other further actions for the client.
  • Assisted associates and the PSB in conducting anti-counterfeiting action and drafting reports, and thus successfully safeguarded the client's rights and interests, saving millions of RMB for the client and serving as a warning to other infringers.
  • Collected evidence from various platforms proving prior legitimate rights or a brand's popularity, promoting the subsequent webpage notarisation or sample purchase notarisation to fix the evidence for potential civil actions.

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Career & Recognition

Filter timeline:
  • 2021

    • Education
      June 2021
      Jinan University, Translation
    • Career
      April 2021
      Gowling WLG, IP Paralegal
  • 2020

    • Career
      May 2020
      Wang Jing & GH Law Firm, Translator
  • 2019

    • Education
      June 2019
      Guangdong University of Finance and Economics, , Major in Translation, Minor in Law
    • Education
      June 2019
      Rouse, Intern

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