Moderator: Ningling Wang

Moderator: Ningling Wang

Managing Partner, Finnegan, Co-chair, LESI Asia Pacific Committee (Shanghai)

Ningling Wang serves as the managing partner of the firm’s Shanghai office. Her practice involves patent prosecution, opinions, due diligence, client counseling, licensing, and patent litigation in the areas of chemicals, chemical engineering, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, semiconductor materials, 3D printing, and nanotechnology.

Ningling has extensive experience working with multinational and Chinese companies, providing legal advice on IP portfolio management, due diligence, licensing, litigation, and trade secret protection and enforcement. She has been involved in various cases before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and U.S. district courts. She has also represented foreign companies with IP enforcement in China, including judicial and customs enforcement actions.

Ningling speaks frequently at conferences and seminars in China and internationally on patent-related topics. She taught a graduate course on U.S. IP law at Renmin University of China Law School and a graduate course on U.S. IP law, with patent mock trial, at Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan Law School. Ningling also served as a program professor of law at China Science and Technology University and is currently an adjunct professor with Dalian University of Science and Technology, School of Law.

Ningling has been recognized by Intellectual Asset Management as a leader in patent transactions in China, as well as for patent prosecution. She was listed as a top IP strategist in the Strategy 300. World IP Review named Ningling as a WIPR Leader for patents in China.

H2: Challenges and Opportunities for Start-ups

America's Cup A/B

There is an international and regional trend of startups and high-tech companies in innovation and technology transfer. Specifically, there is a growing expectation that startups and high-tech companies will expand their roles in driving economy and more directly contribute to the revival and development of the regional economy given the global shift towards more entrepreneurship based economies.   This session […]