We are honored to announce that at the Legal 500 2023 China Awards, Spring Chang, the founding partner of Chang Tsi & Partners, has been awarded the "IP Lawyer of the Year", becoming the sole recipient of this prestigious accolade. This honor not only validates Chang's exceptional capabilities and commitment in the field of intellectual property law but also fully recognizes the exquisite legal services provided by the Chang Tsi team.
As a leading global legal service rating organization, The Legal 500's annual awards aim to commend lawyers and law firms who have shown outstanding performance in various legal fields. These awards go through a stringent review process, including comprehensive evaluations of recommendations from law firms, self-nominations by lawyers, and client feedback, eventually selecting distinguished professionals in their respective domains.
With deep professional knowledge and extensive legal practice experience in intellectual property law, Spring Chang has successfully represented numerous renowned enterprises in complex IP cases. Providing precise legal strategies and achieving significant results in IP litigation and enforcement, this award is a high recognition of her professional prowess in the IP field.
Chang Tsi & Partners consistently upholds the philosophy of "being the best law firm in China, providing the finest legal services, and maximizing clients' legal rights", tirelessly striving for excellence. With rich industry experience and profound professional knowledge, Chang Tsi is committed to offering the most professional legal services. If you need assistance in foreign-related intellectual property matters, the Chang Tsi team is ready to serve you, providing comprehensive and one-stop solutions.
On December 13, 2023, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) and the Innovation, Technology, and Industry Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR (ITIBHK) jointly announced the Implementation Guidelines for the Standard Contract for Cross-Border Flow of Personal Information within the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. This guideline is a follow-up to the June Memorandum of Cooperation and aims to streamline and clarify regulations for cross-border personal data flow.