Ivy Liang

Ivy joins the Firm from her former role as presiding judge in the Chinese court, where she also served as the deputy director of its IP division.

Ivy got masters from City University of Hong Kong, as well as Southwest University of Political Science and Law, which equipped her with the horizon of both civil law and common law. She has worked in the judiciary for more than 15 years and has experience in all areas of contentious IP matters, with a particular focus on trademark, anti-counterfeiting, unfair competition and patent.

Ivy has very extensive and practical experience of all aspects of the judicial system in Mainland China, and understands the operations of the administrative organs from all levels well.

Ivy is now the chair of the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Working Group within the European Union Chamber of Commerce (South China chapter).

Ivy is fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin and English. She can provide you with strategic advice on IP enforcement and IP company arrangement. The experience of working under pressure for years have equipped her with the ability to cope with emergencies and sort out solutions promptly and accurately.

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28 April 2022 Lifecycle of a smart idea | How privilege can be used to protect your innovations and products CLE/CPD:1 hour of Professionalism content with the LSO, 1 hour of Ethics content with the Law Society of BC, and 1 hour of substantive CPD credits with the Barreau du Québec