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Haifeng Huang

Jones Day (Beijing), Jones Day (Hong Kong)
Lawyer (Partner)

Haifeng Huang is regularly called on to lead teams and advise clients on their complex disputes and intellectual property matters. He has a broad practice covering disputes and transactions involving patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, unfair competition, antitrust, and technology licenses. The WTR 1000 described him as "one of the country’s most seasoned litigators, with a history of representing large U.S. and Chinese concerns in high-stakes disputes." Haifeng has advised clients on cases in all intellectual property courts, and other courts and agencies throughout China, as well as before multiple arbitration tribunals. These cases have involved a diverse range of industries, including software and systems, semiconductors, telecommunications, textiles, chemicals, optics, consumer products, heavy machinery, medical devices, and biotechnology. He also handles due diligence related to the acquisition of intellectual property assets and negotiates agreements involving the transfer, use, and license of intellectual property, including R&D collaboration, confidentiality, consulting, outsourcing, cross-licensing, strategic alliance, patent pools, and information technology. Haifeng’s extensive experience has received significant recognition, including being named a "WIPR Leader" by World IP Review and selected as an "IP Star" by Managing Intellectual Property. He also was endorsed by peers as "a fabulous young partner in the patents sphere" and was extolled by clients for his "experience, wisdom and accessibility" in Chambers Asia-Pacific 2017.

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Articles

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Haifeng Huang, Peter J. Wang, Yizhe Zhang The Chinese Intermediate People’s Court of Ningbo City enforces mandatory licensing for "essential facility" patents in an antitrust case (Ketian / Hitachi)

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In Short The Development: China’s Ningbo Intermediate People’s Court ruled that Hitachi Metals ("Hitachi") allegedly abused its dominance when it refused to license patents necessary for the production of sintered neodymium-iron-boron ("sintered NdFeB"). The Significance: This is the first case (...)

Peter J. Wang, Yizhe Zhang, Qiang Xue, Geoffrey D. Oliver, Alexandre G. Verheyden, Haifeng Huang The Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation publishes anti-monopoly guidelines on intellectual property

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In August 2020, the Anti-Monopoly Bureau of China’s State Administration for Market Regulation released four long-awaited sets of anti-monopoly guidelines addressing issues relating to leniency, commitments, the automobile industry, and intellectual property rights. The subjects of this White (...)

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