Dang Zhe

Zhe Dang

Areas of practice

Mr. Dang Zhe specializes in corporate debt restructuring, reorganization and IP litigation. 

In corporate debt restructuring and reorganization, Mr. Dang is experienced in restructuring, debt restructuring and asset disposal for large-sized companies and financial institutions. Mr. Dang participated in several of corporate restructuring, debt restructuring and reorganization cases, such as restructuring of China Telecom Group and China National Arts & Crafts (Group) Corp., debt restructuring for China Galaxy Securities Co., LTD and debt clearance and asset disposal for Deheng Securities, Min’an Securities, Jianqiao Securities and other financial institutions. 

In the practice of IP litigation, Mr. Dang is engaged in copyright, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, and unfair competition. Some of his cases have been selected as the representative cases tried by the Higher People’s Court of Beijing, Guangdong province and Jiangsu province, Quality Brands Protection Committee of China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment, and China Trademark Association.

Social activities and honors

Mr. Dang is one of the standing directors of the Copyright Society of China, and sits on the Advisory Committee of the Supreme People's Court Intellectual Property Cases Guidance Research (Beijing) Base. In 2015, Mr. Dang Zhe has been named as one of the highly recommended lawyers in the field of IP in China by Legal 500 in its 2016 Asia Pacific rankings. In addition, Mr. Dang was also invited to give lectures on law in Peking University and other universities.

Educational background and work experience

Mr. Dang obtained his Bachelor Degree at the Law School of Fudan University (Shanghai, China) in 2003 and LL.M. Degree in Commercial Law at the Law School of the University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, UK) in 2004. Mr. Dang joined KWM in 2004 and became a registered PRC lawyer in 2005. 

Mr. Dang is fluent in both Chinese and English.

Location

Legal insights

Final trial of the first-ever civil case involving the infringement against well-known trademark by registered trademark on identical or similar goods

20 December 2017

In China, the judicial protection of well-known trademarks is now approaching the real legislative intention.

26 April 2017

This case was selected as a paradigm of “strengthening judicial protection of IPRs”.

20 January 2017

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