Ms. Lena Shen started her IP career in 2000. She has handled numerous trademark prosecution and litgiation cases and also handles enforcement cases relating to patents, copyright and unfair competition. Its exceptional professional capacity and excellent communication skills win her trust and appreciation of her clients. She is good at helping client solve sophisticated and difficult cases with strategic and feasible solutions based on the client's business needs.
Ms. Shen actively participates in social activities and holds positions in several national and international organizations such as CTA, AIPPI and FICPI. She often gives speeches at conferences at home and abroad, and is invited, as a trademark expert, to lead or participate the research programs on trademark related topics of the China National Intellectual Property Administration.
Ms. Shen has received quite a few awards both domestically and internationally, including the title of "Gold Trademark Attorney" awarded by the China Trademark Association and the title of Global Leading Trademark Professionals in World Trademark Review.
Attorney-at-law in China
Trademark Attorney in China
Experience & Qualifications
- Trade Secrets
- Patent litigation
- Trade dress and passing off
- Trade mark litigation
- Trade mark oppositions
- Trade mark prosecution
Roles in FICPI
CET Group 1 deals with all issues that are related with trade mark registration, prosecution, maintenance and protection.
The group's field of work includes national trade marks, EU trade marks and international trade marks in accordance with the Madrid Agreement and Protocol, with a special focus on the harmonisation of laws at international and national level. FICPI’s focus is to improve the legal position of brand owners and facilitate the work of trade mark practitioners.
In addition, as the group has a high understanding of the interaction of trade marks with other IP and related rights and the importance of Internet for trade mark owners. There is a special focus on geographical indications and domain names.