Lerner David Opens in Guangzhou, China

For more information contact:

Bruce Sales

Managing Partner, China

(908) 518-6311


Lerner, David, Littenberg, Krumholz & Mentlik, LLP, one of the world's preeminent intellectual property law firms, announces its new office in Guangzhou, China. Through its U.S. and Chinese offices, Lerner David will continue to offer clients pragmatic and business-oriented legal advice in all areas of intellectual property, including litigation, due diligence, licensing, procurement, and strategic planning.

Lerner David is the first American intellectual property law firm located in the Pearl River Delta — the most economically dynamic region of China. Licensed by the Chinese Ministry of Justice, Lerner David's fully staffed Guangzhou office focuses on counseling Chinese companies and law firms, and the Chinese government, on intellectual property matters in the United States.  U.S. Managing Partner William L. Mentlik notes, "China's economic achievements require Chinese companies to develop intellectual property strategies for the United States. Our goal is to provide the counsel these companies will need."

Using its office in China, Lerner David offers the same level of concern, expertise, and commitment to its Chinese clients as it offers to its clients in the United States and around the world.

China office address:
Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, LLP (China)
Unit 3405A, 34/F
208 Tianhe Road
Tianhe District
Guangzhou, Guangdong, China 510620
Tel: +86 (20) 3810-3788
Fax: +86 (20) 3810-3789

About Lerner, David, Littenberg, Krumholz & Mentlik, LLP
Since its founding in 1969, Lerner David has been devoted exclusively to intellectual property law. The firm has earned a solid reputation for active and effective client representation in the Patent and Trademark Office, in the courts, and at the bargaining table — but our role as “counselors” remains paramount. By providing sound, practical advice, Lerner David’s 60+ attorneys help clients make informed, intelligent choices about the benefits and risks associated with intellectual property.