Kathleen is a managing associate of the global Antitrust & Foreign Investment practice at Linklaters in Hong Kong. She has a wide range of experience based on her work both as a regulator and as a private practitioner, across Asia and in the UK. Kathleen advises on Asia focused mergers, including advising on transaction structures and coordination of multi-jurisdictional filings. She also advises on on-going cartel and distribution investigations in Hong Kong. Kathleen spent nearly four years as a case manager at the Hong Kong Competition Commission before joining Linklaters. During that time, she managed a wide range of investigations on cartels, and assisted in the formulation of the Commission’s policies, including leniency and cooperation. She also worked at a major PRC law firm based in Hong Kong, advising on a wide range of complex antitrust matters and assisting on SAMR filings. Prior to moving to Hong Kong, Kathleen worked at a major Malaysian law firm and UK telecoms regulator, OFCOM.
Hong Kong: “it takes two to collude” – Competition Tribunal rejects first private competition actionLinklaters, Marcus Pollard and Kathleen Gooi, 12 November 2021, Client Alert
Work in progress: Hong Kong’s competition law five years onJournal of European Competition Law & Practice, Marcus Pollard and Kathleen Gooi, September 2020, Volume 11, Issue 7