Ming Pan has been worked with NTD after graduating from RenMin University of China in 2013. Ms. Pan has provided service for many well-known companies at home and abroad. The area of legal service she provides including trademark civil litigation, anti-unfair competition litigation， trademark administrative litigation, administrative raid action, online takedown of counterfeits，UDRP complaint on domain name dispute, domain name litigation, copyright registration, Customs IP protection matter, contract review, etc.
Master of IP Law, RenMin University of China
Trademark, anti-unfair competition, copyright, civil litigation, trademark administrative litigation, administrative enforcement, customs detention, domain name dispute resolution, enterprise IP strategy and general legal consultancy.
Member of All China Lawyers Association
Member of Corporate Trademark Management Committee of Beijing Trademark Association
Member of University-related Affairs Committee of Beijing Trademark Association
Represented a U.S. famous toy company in a trademark infringement civil litigation against a toy company in Shantou, Guangdong Province. The first instance judgement decided a high amount of damages of RMB850k (around $134k) in total, and this case has been adopted in the White Paper for Intellectual Property Protection by Shantou Courts in 2021.
Represented a U.S. hotel group in a trademark infringement and anti-unfair competition litigation against Golden Phoenix Crown Plaza Hotel in Jingzhou, Hubei Province. he first instance judgement decided damages of RMB 2 million (around $300k) and reasonable expenses of RMB117,200 (around $18k).
Represented a Cyprus company in the administrative litigation against China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) with respect to the invalidation against “Raycap” trademark squatted by a domestic company in Hefei, Anhui Province. Beijing IP Court supported part of our claims and ordered the CNIPA to remake the decision.
Represented a Singapore company in the administrative litigation on Review of Refusal against“CRAFT & device“ trademark in both the first instance and second instance. Beijing High Court, the second instance court, supported our claims and overturned the judgment made by the first instance court regarding the similarities between the plaintiff’s trademark and the cited trademark.
Represented U.S. clients, like Saucony, J&J, IHG, Wolverine, etc. in dozens of trademark administrative lawsuits.
On the List of International Lawyers Talent Pool of Beijing Lawyers Association (2023)