Stan is an experienced tri-lingual commercial litigator who helps his clients manage their disputes effectively and efficiently, towards the goal of achieving the clients’ commercial objectives.
Stan represents clients in a broad range of complex commercial disputes including contractual disputes, shareholders’ disputes, banking/investment disputes and insolvency disputes etc., many of which are multi-jurisdictional in nature. Stan also regularly acts on instructions for enforcement of Mainland/foreign judgments or arbitral awards.
Apart from advising on and conducting internal investigations for financial institutions and multinationals, Stan also represents institutional, corporate and individual clients in investigations conducted by regulators such as the HKMA, SFC and HKEX.
Prior to joining DeHeng, Stan worked in market-leading dispute resolution practices of international law firms.
Advising a PRC subsidiary of an Asia-based global conglomerate in relation to asset recovery of a RMB190 million fraud, including cross-border judgment enforcement issues.
Advising a Korean financial institution in relation to compliance with Hong Kong AML laws and regulations in the context of a large-scale money laundering scandal, including conducting internal investigation for the client.
Representing a shareholder in a highly contentious shareholders’ dispute over a USD3B+ Japanese gaming business listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange which involved injunctive relief applications and judicial review proceedings in Hong Kong as well as parallel proceedings in Japan.
Representing INEDs of a listed company in respect of various enquiries made by HKEX and SFC arising out of certain loan transactions entered into by a PRC subsidiary of the listed entity.
Representing the CEO of a listed investment firm in defending third party proceedings brought against him for alleged breach of warrant of authority, misrepresentation and negligence arising out of alleged mis-selling of derivatives products.
Representing a group of distressed debt investors in a dispute concerning a USD500 million syndicated loan (where the borrower is a major real estate developer in Mainland China) which involved parallel proceedings in multiple jurisdictions including Hong Kong, Mainland China, BVI and Cayman Islands.
Representing creditors, debtors and insolvency practitioners in insolvency disputes involving asset recovery and realization, schemes of arrangement, section 221 examination and section 29 examination, etc.