KM Liew regularly represents clients in Greater China and other regions in resolving complex, cross-border commercial issues.
KM has acted in numerous High Court litigations and enforcement proceedings in Hong Kong, and has handled a spectrum of international commercial arbitrations (including those conducted under the UNCITRAL, ICC and HKIAC Administered Arbitration Rules).
Another principal area of KM’s practice is adversarial compliance and regulatory work.
KM has been engaged by audit committees of publicly listed companies in Hong Kong and the US that are operating from mainland China to conduct independent investigations on alleged financial reporting irregularities and to quietly and effectively address the regulators’ concern. He also has experience in other investigatory procedures, including those involving financial institutions and corporate governance issues.
In addition, KM has three years of focused practice in construction law, acting primarily for contractors involved in final account disputes for projects in Hong Kong and Macau. He has also served as a panel lawyer of a professional indemnity fund in Hong Kong.
- Conducting compliance and regulatory investigations within and outside Hong Kong involving financial institutions and listed companies.
- Advising on corporate issues involving differences between directors, shareholders and joint venture partners (particularly Sino-foreign JVs).
- Acting in cross-border trade disputes, commercial tenancy disputes, asset recovery and enforcement proceedings.
- Resolving disputes arising from mergers and acquisitions involving breach of trust, embezzlement of funds and conspiracy to injure.
- Advising on construction litigation and arbitration issues.