Justin has significant experience in advising on cross-border commercial disputes. His practice covers litigation, arbitrations and regulatory investigations with a particular focus on China-related disputes. His clients include major international banks, listed corporations, Big Four accounting firms and the Hong Kong government.
His recent experience includes acting for an international forestry company in London-seated ICC arbitrations against Chinese counterparties; a global investment bank in London court proceedings against Chinese counterparties involving pledged assets in China; a group of lenders in a syndicated loan for the recovery from Chinese counterparties of a loan worth over US$500 million; a global fund management company in Hong Kong court proceedings involving a multimillion-US-dollar claim regarding trading in convertible bonds; a global investment bank on a potential CIETAC arbitration against a PRC company for recovery of a debt worth over US$20 million; a Big Four accounting firm in Hong Kong court proceedings by the Securities and Futures Commission for cross-border production of audit papers; a Big Four accounting firm in Hong Kong court proceedings involving a US$500 million professional negligence claim; the Hong Kong government in defending Hong Kong court proceedings involving a multibillion-HK-dollar claim by a Hong Kong-listed telecommunications company relating to an infrastructure project in Hong Kong; an international pharmaceutical company in a CIETAC arbitration in Beijing involving breaches of supply contracts with PRC counterparties; and a Hong Kong-listed corporation in a shareholders’ dispute and related unfair prejudice court proceedings in Hong Kong involving subsidiaries with substantial assets in the PRC.
Justin is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.