联系方式

范 紫媚

电话: +852 2533 2877 电邮 范 办公室: Hong Kong

Awards

钱伯斯亚太区2021 -  劳动法香港法及知识产权

钱伯斯亚太区2021 - 劳动法香港法及知识产权

法律500强亚太区2021 (中国及香港)  - 知识产权 法律500强亚太区2021 (香港)  - 劳动法

法律500强亚太区2021 (中国及香港) - 知识产权 法律500强亚太区2021 (香港) - 劳动法

世界商标评论2019 –  维权与诉讼 (银奖律师)

世界商标评论2019 – 维权与诉讼 (银奖律师)

范 紫媚 合伙人

联系方式

范 紫媚

范 紫媚
合伙人

电话: +852 2533 2877 电邮 范 办公室: Hong Kong

范紫媚是一名经验丰富的诉讼律师,她主要处理雇佣和知识产权的案件。她曾在香港参与多例备受瞩目的诉讼案,并于法律出版物在上述两个领域将其评为杰出律师。她在简化问题的同时提供清晰和实用的建议,这种应对方式受到客户高度赞扬。

  • 简介
  • 业务范围

范紫媚曾为若干在香港设立业务的跨国公司服务。她在劳动法、商业移民和知识产权咨询方面拥有丰富的经验。除了协助公司成立前的事务,她还协助并代表客户解决有争议的问题。

范紫媚参与了高等法院大量涉及雇主和雇员的雇佣纠纷案件。她以解决涉及团队迁移,执行限制性契约以及滥用商业秘密和机密信息等方面的案件而著称。

范紫媚在与客户知识产权有关的法律事务方面有着优秀的的记录。她经常代表客户在法庭上获得禁止令和玛瑞瓦禁令。她曾特别成功地限制了跨境侵权活动,冻结了假冒商品销售的收益帐户。

"范律师对香港的民事诉讼程序有深刻的认识。她反应灵敏且务实,绝对是您希望合作的律师。"

法律500强亚太区2021

  • 移民
  • 雇佣
  • 知识产权
  • 商业诉讼

就雇员被拒绝延长其工作签证后,向一家英语国际报纸及其员工提供其他可行建议。

协助客户准备提交企业家签证的文件。

向美国设计公司的管理层提供有关在香港设立新办事处以及将员工从美国迁移到香港的建议。

移民

代表金融机构集体跳槽至竞争对手公司的员工提出建议并就策略提出建议,以避免违反其雇佣合同中包含的限制性契约。

就在雇员在雇主办公室以外因在离职派对进行不当行为,向一家大众传媒公司提供咨询和代理。对据称在派对发生的各种事件进行了调查。根据通过调查获得的证据向雇主提出了建议。建议对那些违反行为准则的人进行纪律处分。

代表香港雇主提供辩护。该性别及残疾歧视诉讼由雇员通过平等机会委员会以及在地方法院首席执行官名单上发布的法庭程序提出。

雇佣

代表一家领先的玩具制造商就针对香港和中国公司的版权侵权和假冒提出诉讼。通过获得禁令和mareva禁令,侵权公司倒闭,其银行账户亦被冻结。

在全球范围内为一家专门从事家庭安全产品的跨国公司为其版权问题提供咨询和协助。通过制定并实施知识产权战略,助该处理专利流氓及品牌发布。

就一家玩具公司根据客户形象制造了穿着纳粹制服玩偶,为一位德国顶级联赛足球运动员提供建议。

知识产权

代表某受法庭诉讼中欺诈行为损害的瑞典矫形产品制造商,通过法院迅速采取行动,从香港帐户中追踪并成功冻结了绝大部分欺诈收益,并开展对资金受款人的诉讼。

代表一群人就其雇主的大股东所犯的商业欺诈事件提供咨询和建议。

就在新加坡举行拍卖会的实体声称是其在亚洲的授权代理商,为一所英国拍卖行提供服务,并停止其假冒实体的拍卖会。

商业诉讼

Awards

钱伯斯亚太区2021 -  劳动法香港法及知识产权

钱伯斯亚太区2021 - 劳动法香港法及知识产权

法律500强亚太区2021 (中国及香港)  - 知识产权 法律500强亚太区2021 (香港)  - 劳动法

法律500强亚太区2021 (中国及香港) - 知识产权 法律500强亚太区2021 (香港) - 劳动法

世界商标评论2019 –  维权与诉讼 (银奖律师)

世界商标评论2019 – 维权与诉讼 (银奖律师)

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