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Jacky Tsai


Hong Kong
Cantonese • English • Mandarin


(852) 2230 2866
(852) 2845 1637
  • Profile

    Jacky has been closely involved in handling complex commercial litigation and is developing a speciality in this area of work.

    He also has experience in a wide range of other contentious matters, including contractual disputes, shareholders’ disputes, tort and negligence claims, fraud and asset recovery and regulatory investigations.

    When dealing with clients, he aims to be approachable and communicate effectively to smooth out the often difficult process clients encounter when involved in a complicated dispute.

    Working closely with his clients, Jacky can react quickly to changing circumstances and provide realistic, business-like, practical advice to suit their requirements.

    Jacky graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a double degree in Bachelor of Social Sciences (Government and Laws) and a Bachelor of Laws, following which he also obtained the Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from the same university.  He is fluent in Cantonese, English and Mandarin.

    When not helping his clients get the results they need, Jacky is an amateur basketball player and a fan of the sport. He is currently the Convenor of the Law Society Basketball Team.


    • The University of Hong Kong, PCLL, 2019
    • The University of Hong Kong, LLB, 2018
    • The University of Hong Kong, BSS (GL), 2018
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    Notable Cases:

    • Involved in advising a listed company in the cement business in a high-profile litigation claiming over HK$1 billion against ten defendants including its former directors for breaches of fiduciary duties
    • Acted for a former listed financial institution in an audit negligence claim seeking over HK$800 million against its former auditors
    • Defended a prominent businessman in an action brought by the liquidators of a BVI company for breaches of fiduciary duties and conspiracies pleading damages of over HK$3 billion
    • Defended a listed company in an action commenced by a bank for unlawful means conspiracy relating to a facility agreement for a loan of over HK$3 billion
    • Advised former directors of an insolvent company on examination proceedings brought by the liquidators pursuant to section 286C of the Companies (Winding Up and Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance


    • 5 Advantages of Choosing HK as the Venue & Seat of Arbitration


“I have been really impressed.”

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“I was very happy working with Jacky… things were clear, practical and efficient.”

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“Jacky is very professional. His answers to our questions are very helpful for the case.”

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