Justin Lui is a solicitor in the firm’s Hong Kong office and focuses his practice on litigation. Mr. Lui advises clients in complex commercial litigation, corporate/internal investigations and shareholder disputes.
Mr. Lui’s recent matters include:
- Advising a major Hong Kong-based garment manufacturer on international labour and human right issues and management of a related media crisis.
- Acting for key corporate defendants in the defense of their title and ownership in substantial assets in Hong Kong in excess of HK$2 billion, in relation to three sets of proceedings instituted by an overseas substantial corporation currently pending before the Commercial List of the High Court of Hong Kong.
- Acting for a Fortune 50 U.S. company in an internal compliance audit of its operations in Asia following the alleged use of competitor confidential information.
- Acting for a Hong Kong and PRC-based construction materials manufacturer in civil proceedings in Hong Kong against a former employee, arising from breach of employment contract, theft of trade secrets and operation of a competing business.
- Advising a Hong Kong company in relation to claims and potential litigation proceedings in the PRC against a global glass supplier, arising out of defective glass manufactured at the supplier’s factory in the PRC for a construction project in Chile.
- Acting for a Hong Kong company in Hong Kong and U.S. proceedings relating to the defendant’s failure to pay a success fee after the client had succeeded in negotiating and obtaining the land use rights to a prominent piece of real estate in Shanghai, PRC.
- Acting for a European-based metal trading company in relation to an investigation of its PRC representative office by the Chinese Customs over alleged importation of prohibited materials into the PRC.
Mr. Lui is a member of the Law Society of Hong Kong.
Mr. Lui received an LL.B. with Sociology from Keele University, United Kingdom in 2007 and a P.C.LL. in 2008 from the University of Hong Kong.