PJ Kaur

Hogan Lovells (Hong Kong)
Lawyer (Associate)

As an associate in the Intellectual Property, Media and Technology Group, PJ Kaur helps clients who face issues in a broad range of areas, whether it’s intellectual property, data protection, competition law or food law.She has experience in trade mark portfolio management, enforcement and litigation. She actively assisted with a high profile Court of Final Appeal trademark infringement and passing-off case, and a successful Court appeal from a decision of the Trade Marks Registry in relation to a trade mark opposition matter. PJ Kaur frequently works with clients in the fashion, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, property, electronics, technology and food and beverage industries. While at university, PJ Kaur was Editor-in-Chief of the City University of Hong Kong Law Review. She has participated in a number of moot court competitions around the world. After graduation and before joining Hogan Lovells, she was Lecturer for a mooting course at the City University of Hong Kong. PJ Kaur speaks English, Cantonese, Hindi and Punjabi fluently and has a basic level of Mandarin and French.

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Stephanie Tsui, PJ Kaur, Adrian Emch, Kathryn Hellings, Christopher Thomas, Eugene Low The Hong Kong Competition Commission publishes the "Cooperation Policy" expanding its leniency program


On 29 April 2019, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (’HKCC’) published the Cooperation and Settlement Policy for Undertakings Engaged in Cartel Conduct (’Cooperation Policy’). In essence, the Cooperation Policy expands HKCC’s Leniency Policy, published in November 2015, just before the full (...)

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