Mr. Hailin Zou
Dr. Zou graduated from Peking University with a Bachelor's degree in law in 1985 and later from Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences with his Master's and Doctoral degrees.
Dr. Zou studied as a visiting scholar at the Lewis and Clark Law School of Oregon in 1992 and did research at the Law Faculty, Tokyo University in 1994.
Working as law professor with the Institute of Law of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Dr. Zou was promoted to Director of the Commercial Law Division of the Institute. He is also associated with Beijing Foreign Economic and Trade Law Office before and Beijing Kehua Law Firm.
Dr. Zou is a member of the Chinese Bar Association and a member of the drafting team for the formulation of the Bankruptcy Law under the Financial and Economic Commission of the National People's Congress. He has been working as an arbitrator of Beijing Arbitration Commission since 1998 and also China International Economic And Trade Arbitration Commission since 2003.
Since joining China Sinda, Dr. Zou has handled many litigation cases involving intellectual property rights on behalf of his clients from U.S.A., Netherlands, United Kingdom, Japan, Korea, and Germany, etc.. Some of the famous litigation cases he represented include the landmark case regarding IKEA domain name in China, the well-known goods' case regarding "LAOGANMA" in China and huge damage cases such as "LG & device" trademark disputes, FKK patent infringement, etc..
Ph. D at law, Chinese Academy of Social Science, 1998
M.A., law, Chinese Academy of Social Science,1988
B.A., Peking University, Department of Law, 1985
Member of All China Lawyers Association
Arbitrator of China International Economic And Trade Arbitration Commission
Arbitrator of Beijing Arbitration Commission