Beijing Sunhope Intellectual Property Ltd. was set up in April, 2004 by patent attorney and former examiner Mr. Weiyu WANG and was authorized by the Chinese government to represent both Chinese and foreign clients in handling all affairs concerning patents, trademarks, copyrights, unfair competition, trade secrets, computer software, domain names, Customs record of IP rights, and licenses and technology transfer. The firm is known for its technical and legal acumen, its team of diversely skilled and experienced attorneys, and its successful track record in challenging complex innovations in the field of intellectual property law.
Today, the firm has a total of 95 staff, including 30 patent attorneys, 10 patent engineers and 12 trademark attorneys. The quality and experience of our attorneys is second to none. The majority of our attorneys hold engineering or scientific degrees and many also have substantial industry experience, and some even worked as senior examiners for many years in the Chinese Patent Office, which enable our attorneys to have a real appreciation and understanding of the legal issues associated with technologies and furthermore, to help our clients achieve their business objectives.
Our attorneys counsel and represent clients in a wide range of technologies, with particular expertise in chemicals, pharmaceuticals, energy, biotechnology, food engineering, computer science, information technology, material science, electronics, medical devices, optics, imaging technology, sensors, transportation, robotics, automation control and mechanical engineering, etc. and they speak several different foreign languages including English, Japanese and Korean.
Over the years, we have focused on developing long term relationships with our clients and we take pride in the fact that some of our clients have been with the firm from Day one. We measure our success by the results we achieve on behalf of our clients. We are standing ready to assist you in getting the best possible results by addressing your real intellectual property challenges.