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Yike's free initial consultation is a no obligation assessment of your business needs to help you understand your options. Call or email for your free initial consultation.

Professional

Yike is an Australian registered trade marks attorney with clients in Australia and China.

You can expect professional solutions tailored to your needs.

  • Trade Marks Attorney
  • Master of Laws (Uni of Melbourne)
  • NAATI accredited translator
  • Admitted to the Chinese Bar

Practical

Yike values practical solutions to your needs. There is more to a trade mark than registration.

You can expect practical advice and guidance on your options.

Get involved through guidance on which tasks you can perform yourself. Be charged only for those services provided to you.

Experienced

Yike has years of experience working in reputable legal firms in Australia and China.

  • Trade Mark law
  • Commercial law
  • Legal translation (Chinese)

Besides trade mark practice, Yike helps Australian companies do business with China including legal translation.

Articles

Tips On Trade Mark Protection In Australia

In Australia, a trade mark may be a word, name, number, logo...
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Tips On Trade Mark Protection In China

In China, a trade mark may be words, devices, letters, numbers...
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Six Common Mistakes Brand Owners Make In China

Although the Chinese government has improved its intellectual property system...
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Qantas Loses Trade Mark Battle in China

Qantas lost two trade mark disputes in China in 2011...
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Apple Successfully Opposed “iFoneline” in Australia

Apple has successfully opposed an application for registration of “iFoneline” for...
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"I was most satisfied with Yike's ability to research and discover new evidence to strengthen my case and in her timely creation of legal documentation. I would not hesitate to recommend her to both Chinese and Australian companies who want a professional who will work in their best interests."
- Michael, Australian Company