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Navigating commercial litigation requires more than legal acumen; it demands a commitment to justice, an understanding of financial complexities, and most importantly a personalized approach.

Leveraging more than twenty years of experience serving clients in the financial sector, our firm has carved out a formidable standing as the preferred organisation for businesses in search of tailored and inventive legal guidance.


Representation in
Hong Kong’s Courts

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We represent clients across various levels of Hong Kong's judiciary system, including Hong Kong’s Court of First Instance (“CFI”), Court of Appeal (“CA”) and Court of Final Appeal (“CFA”). In alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) proceedings, our team focuses on arbitration before the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (“HKIAC”).

Dispute Resolution (ADR)

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Our focus on arbitration and mediation before the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre underscores our dedication to resolving disputes efficiently.

Dispute Resolution

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Our strengths lie in resolving financial disputes, including mis-selling claims, breaches of fiduciary duties, and professional negligence in the context of the provision of investment advice, breaches of contractual duties s or failure to act in accordance with client instructions. We represent both firms licensed by the Securities and Futures Commission (“SFC”), firms regulated by the Insurance Authority (“IA”), and banks regulated by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (“HKMA”) as well as their clients. Our in-depth understanding of financial market practices ensures a sophisticated approach.

Other Commercial
Litigation Matters

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With regards to other areas where our commercial litigators and ADR lawyers have acted on include: proceedings for asset recovery and tracing of property, debt collection, contract disputes, and shareholder disputes.


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Hong Kong's status as a global business and financial hub leads to widespread international interactions with its companies and financial institutions. Unfortunately, this openness can also attract fraudulent activities, as the use of Hong Kong-based bank accounts and companies often raises no alarms due to its common business practices. The rapid and uncomplicated process of incorporating companies in Hong Kong further contributes to this susceptibility. Consequently, it's unsurprising that cyber fraud frequently involves Hong Kong banks and companies, with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) noting that the majority of business email compromise and email account compromise frauds feature Hong Kong bank accounts.

Business email compromise is a type of cyber fraud where fraudsters compromise email systems, enabling them to impersonate individuals for the purpose of giving instructions for the movement of funds or otherwise disclosing valuable commercial data to the fraudsters. Business email compromise is sometimes known as email account compromise (EAC).

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With deep expertise in handling complex disputes, our legal team can help with representation commercial disputes in Hong Kong's courts and in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings, including arbitration.

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