Ruixue Ran

Ruixue Ran

 

Ruixue Ran specializes in U.S. Section 337 investigations (“ITC practice”) and intellectual property litigation (“IP litigation”). Her practice has involved cases spanning a wide range of claims, including patent, trade secrets, trademark, and other types of unfair competition.

A pioneer ITC practitioner in China, she is among a few lawyers having handled the most Section 337 cases on behalf of Chinese companies over the years and has substantial experience in representing Chinese companies in high-stakes IP litigations before the ITC and U.S. courts. She further serves as coordinating counsel for Chinese companies’ complex IP litigations in multi-jurisdictions, including but not limited to U.S., EU, and China.

In addition, she helps multinational clients navigate through cross-border IP litigations involving China and coordinates with legal proceedings outside of China and with overall global IP strategy. With integrated litigation experience in China and U.S., she has succeeded in resolving international companies’ high profile disputes in China.

Asian Legal Business named her one of the “Top 15 Female Lawyers in China” in 2015 and one of the “Top 15 IP Lawyers in China” in 2016.

 

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IoT Update: China Releases National Automatic Vehicle Road Testing Rules

In April 2018, China released its nationwide automatic vehicle road testing rules, the Intelligent Internet-connected Vehicles Road Test Administrative Rules (for Trial Implementation) (the “National Rules”), which took effect on May 1, 2018. “Intelligent Internet-connected vehicles,” as defined under the National Rules, are commonly referred to as “intelligent vehicles” or “autonomous vehicles,” which involve a … Continue Reading

Covington Internet of Things Update: China Strengthens IPv6 Deployment

At the end of 2017, China’s Communist Party Central Committee and the State Council jointly circulated an Action Plan for Promoting Scale Deployment of Internet Protocol Version 6(IPv6)(“Plan”), and set detailed targets and steps for the next few years, aiming full transition to IPv6 by 2025. According to the Plan, China is aiming to establish … Continue Reading

Covington Internet of Things Update: China’s regulatory environment steps up for Low-Power WAN IoT deployment

In 2017, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), China’s telecom regulator and industrial policy maker, issued the Circular on Comprehensively Advancing the Construction and Development of Mobile Internet of Things (NB-IoT) (MIIT Circular [2017] No. 351, the “Circular”), which sets out the policy goals and plans for NB-IoT development in China and concrete … Continue Reading
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