AFD China Recognized as Recommended Firm in Trademark Prosecutions and Trademark Disputes by Asia IP – Trademark

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The results of the annual survey and the selection of the authoritative intellectual property magazine “Asia IP” were recently announced, and AFD China received a second-level recommendation in the survey for its outstanding prosecution performance. and trademark litigation.

The results were published in the May issue of Asia IP.

AFD China has taken part in the annual “Asia IP” survey for years. This year, we have made great efforts to help our clients achieve satisfactory results, particularly in the context of trademark disputes. Being able to rank second in Prosecutions and Litigation is an affirmation of our firm’s consistency in delivering solutions out of our clients’ perspective. We therefore take this opportunity to thank all our clients who have supported and encouraged us throughout our journey, because without your continued trust and support, AFD would not be where it is today.

As they say, no rules no standards. In order to better provide our customers with timely and high-quality services, we continuously optimize our working process and improve our enterprise-level management standards as well as our upper-level working procedures. Our periodic quality inspections and assessments ensure that problems are discovered and resolved quickly, and that the high quality of service is always consistent. We would also like to thank our colleagues for the strict application by each of the rules and regulations. Their understanding of company standards helped us gradually achieve the desired results along the way.

We have always insisted on speaking with service quality and using customer testimonials and satisfaction to ensure our service is blessed. We will also continue to focus on the latest legal developments and dynamics in various areas of intellectual property, to support the protection of our clients’ intangible assets.

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