Admiralty Chambers

Kenny L.L. Chan 陳李隆

Kenny is developing a broad civil and criminal practice. He has been exposed to a wide range of cases, including criminal, personal injuries, land, trust, defamation, company, probate and matrimonial matters.

He is fluent in English and Cantonese and he accepts instructions in all areas of work.

Academic Qualifications:

JD (HKU), PCLL (HKU),
BASc (Toronto), MASc (Ottawa), MBA (Toronto)


Professional Qualifications:

AHKIArb, Associate Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrator 


Appointments and Public Office:  

Member of the Disciplinary Committee Panel, Social Workers Registration Board  (for term from 16 January 2023 to 15 January 2026)


Awards:  

Individuals’ Special Award of the 2018-20 Recognition Scheme for Provision of Pro Bono Legal Services from the Chief Secretary for Administration’s Office

HKU Dean’s Prize (2014 – 2015)

Year of call: 2018

Tel: 2527-3082

Fax: 2529-8226

E-mail: kchan@me.com

 

Recent Cases:

HKSAR v Lai Chi Shing Joesph   ESCC 524 / 2022    (acting for the Defendant – Criminal Intimidation)

Secretary for Justice v Sung Ho Tak Edward   [2022] 1 HKLRD 779,  HCMP 1542 / 2021    (acting for the Defendant in the first sentencing case for a contempt of the Incitement Injunction HCA 2007/2019)

The Incorporated Owners of Wing Tuck Commercial Centre v Leung Chi Yung and PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk    DCMP 1517 / 2020    (acting for the Plaintiff  in an Order for Sale application – Service out of the Jurisdiction (Indonesia))

Re CS    HCMH 55 / 2020    (acting for the Intervenor in the Part II of the Mental Health Ordinance application)

香港特別行政區 訴 黃琪偉   HCMA 358/2020    (acting for the Appellant, led by Mr. Robert Pang SC) (不能單憑法例立法的原意去決定一個合理辯解能否構成 – 裁判官犯上原則性的錯誤)

Richard Paul Mark Aidan Forlee and Commissioner of Inland Revenue    HCIA 1 / 2019    (acting for the Respondent, led by Mr. John Brewer –  Decision of the Inland Revenue Board of Review Appeal –  whether performance bonus (including shares and dividends) awarded in UK and accrued to the Taxpayer upon the expiry of their retention periods in Hong Kong constituted chargeable income from the Taxpayer’s Hong Kong employment – construction of sections 8(1), 9 and 11B-11D of the Inland Revenue Ordinance (Cap. 112))

 

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