International Marketing Consultant/U.S. Attorney at Law / Member of the California and Illinois Bar
IP Transaction and Due Diligence, IP Strategy Consultancy, P Dispute Resolution Consultation, IP Enforcement, Licensing, United States Intellectual Property and Corporate Law
Mr. Hurvitz obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from University of Arizona in 2003, and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2007. He also received his LL.M. in International Business and Trade Law from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 2008.
Mr. Hurvitz first started his Intellectual Property experience when he was hired as the sole law clerk on an antitrust and illegal patent tying case that was ultimately heard before the United States Supreme Court. He then drafted technology transfer agreements and worked on enforcement matters for an international law firm in Beijing, China.
At Kangxin, Mr. Hurvitz currently advises the firm’s North American, European, Indian, and Australian clients on different aspects of Chinese Intellectual Property Law. He specifically focuses on how best to introduce technology into China, and deals heavily with advising Kangxin’s clients on how best to effectuate positive enforcement of their Intellectual Property Rights.
Mr. Hurvitz travels frequently, lecturing and speaking at conferences about infringement and enforcement measures in China.
Education and experience
Honors and awards
2020 Recognized as China IP Experts by Asia IP Experts
2018-2019 Ranked in Bronze for Enforcement and Litigation by WTR1000
2018 Recognized as Rising Star by Asialaw Leading Lawyers
2017 Recognized as Rising Star by Asialaw Leading Lawyers
2017 Ranked in Bronze for Enforcement and Litigation by WTR1000
2016 Recognized as Legal Experts in China for Intellectual Property by Asialaw Profiles
2014-2015 Recognized as Leading Lawyer by Asialaw Profiles
2014 Recognized as Leading Lawyer in Licensing & Franchising category by Asia IP
2014 Recognized as Leading Lawyer by China Law & Practice