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Sharon Lee focuses her practice on international trademark and copyright law. As a New York and Hong Kong attorney, Sharon has extensive experience in trademark, copyright and registered design prosecution and enforcement, as well as brand management and transactions in the United States, Hong Kong, and Mainland China.
Prior to joining the firm, Sharon was an associate in the New York office of a top tier international law firm with a concentration in U.S. trademark prosecution as well as trademark, copyright, trade secrets, and commercial litigation. Previously, Sharon worked at a Hong Kong full-service law firm with a top ranked intellectual property practice and represented multinational companies in the fashion, automobile, food and beverage, and technology industries.
Sharon received her education in Hong Kong, Canada, and the United States. Sharon is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese.
Chinese University of Hong Kong J.D. (2014)
Columbia Law School LL.M. (2019)
McGill University, Montréal, Quebec, Canada B.A. (2012)
Hong Kong (2018)
New York (2018)
New York State Bar Association, Member
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