Regional Brand Protection Assistant Manager - Asia Pacific (Watches & Jewelry)

  • Company: LVMH Asia Pacific
  • Country/Region: Hong Kong
  • Business group: Other activities (hospitality, media, etc.)
  • Contract type: Permanent Job
  • Function: Legal
  • Experience required: Minimum 5 years
  • Reference No.: LVMH01112
  • Date of publication: 2020.02.24


  • Deliver a program of anti-counterfeiting actions in the Asia region on behalf of Watches & Jewelry brands belonging to the LVMH Group (with a focus on the markets of Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, South Korea, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia)
  • Manage this program through coordination with trusted external investigators, closely monitor all activities, and regularly measure and report on performance
  • Communicate and coordinate with internal stakeholders including our Paris team, as well as local business partners regarding product and distribution information
  • Engage with external stakeholders such as law enforcement agencies and outside counsel to prepare documents in support of enforcement actions
  • Source and maintain product and supply chain information to enable appropriate training to our internal and external stakeholders
  • Supervise enforcement actions, and ensure related evidence collection
  • Coordinate the review of legal documents, including drafting product authentication documents for law enforcement agencies across multiple jurisdictions
  • Assist with the preparation, legalization and notarisation of legal documents
  • Manage the planning and execution of an approved operational budget
  • Support the Regional Brand Protection Director in the execution of the broader strategy within the Asia Pacific region
  • Conduct other tasks related to Intellectual Property protection as required


  • Minimum of 5 years of Intellectual Property experience gained either in a law firm or in-house, with exposure to the luxury sector (preferably in Watches & Jewelry)
  • Sound understanding of relevant IP laws and regulations in Hong Kong, and the broader region, including familiarity with the requirements and preparation of relevant legal documentation
  • High degree of integrity and attention to detail
  • Works well as part of a team, as well as independently
  • Excellent communication and research skills
  • Fluent written and oral English, Cantonese and Mandarin is required

Additional information

  • Travel required: 30%~40%

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