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Intellectual Property

Annie was identified as one of the Asia’s leading lawyers by AsiaLaw Leading Lawyers in 2020 in the area of Intellectual Property.

Annie Tsoi joined Wilkinson & Grist in 2011 and became a partner since 2012.

Annie specializes in intellectual property focusing on brand protection and enforcement. Annie has extensive experience in all facets of contentious and non-contentious trademark and copyright matters in Hong Kong and Mainland China, to include:-

1. Representing a multinational electronics company in trademark infringement actions in Mainland China by coordinating AIC actions in various cities in Mainland China.

2. Representing a US-based international clothing brand in copyright infringement and unfair competition litigation in Mainland China.

3. Representing US- and European- based clothing brands in acquisitions of trademarks and domains in Mainland China.

4. Advising clients in developing brand protection and enforcement strategy to include pursuing trademark, copyright and/or domain name registrations, disputing unauthorized activities of others.

Past and Present Honours and Appointments

  • Leading Lawyer by AsiaLaw Leading Lawyers in the area of Intellectual Property.
  • Recommended Individual by The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals in the area of Trademark Prosecution and Strategy and Enforcement and Litigation.
  • Recommended Lawyer by Doyle’s Guide in the area of Intellectual Property.
  • The A-List: China’s Elite 100 Lawyer (Foreign Lawyers) by China Business Law Journal in the area of Intellectual Property.
  • Council Member of the Licensing Executives Society China, Hong Kong Sub-Chapter (LESCHK).
  • Member of the Intellectual Property Committee of the Law Society of Hong Kong.
  • Member of the Non-Traditional Marks Committee of the International Trademark Association (INTA).


  • The University of Hong Kong, BBA (Hons)
  • The University of Hong Kong, MAES
  • Admitted Hong Kong 2003