Alex has a general practice in both civil and
criminal matters. His civil practice includes
contract, commercial and company disputes, employment,
employee's compensation, land and building management
disputes and personal injuries claims. He has
a criminal practice in defending and prosecuting
in a wide spectrum of cases ranging from fraud
to road traffic offences.
Since he commenced private practice in 2000,
Alex has assisted his clients, including both
claimants and defendants, in many civil cases
in enforcing their rights and has achieved results
for his clients, which include many personal injury
claims in which he assisted claimants to receive
considerable and reasonable compensation on settlement.
Alex is experienced in giving advices to claimants
in personal injuries cases ranging from victims
of ordinary traffic accidents to workers injured
at work and injured workers and the estates of
deceased workers in serious industrial accidents.
He is currently on the panel of counsel for personal
injuries litigations maintained by the Legal Aid
Department and is regularly instructed to represent
legal aid claimants.
As a bilingual counsel with knowledge on PRC
laws, Alex is experienced in advising clients
from the mainland China in cases involving cross-border
commercial and legal disputes, companies and Sino-foreign
joint-ventures disputes, complicated Chinese legal
documents and commercial documentary evidence
and the use of Chinese.
Since 2005, Alex has been appointed to advise
the Transport Tribunal as its legal adviser at
its appeal and review hearings concerning regulatory
matters related to the public transport system.
Since 2000, Alex has offered pro bono legal assistance
to many legal assistance schemes run by voluntary
and non-profitable organizations when being off.
He is happy to offer his professional knowledge
to serve the community's purposes.