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Tim Wong



Chambers of Ronny Wong SC

Rooms 3206-7, Alexandra House

The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong

T:  2526 1732

F:  2845 5421




Call:              2002 (HK)



BA (Hons.) (majoring in Economics), Queen’s University, Canada

LL.B, University of London

PCLL, University of Hong Kong

HKMAAL Accredited Mediator

HKIAB Chartered Arbitrator (Fellow)


Areas of Practice

  • Civil

  • Commercial Litigation

  • Company Law

  • Intellectual Property

  • Land Law

  • Medical Negligence

  • Mental Health

  • Personal Injury

  • Sale and Carriage of Goods

  • Administrative and Public Law

  • Building and Construction

  • Trusts


Recent Important Cases

  • Chiu Luen Public Light Bus Co. Ltd. v Persons Unlawfully Occupying or Remaining on the Public Highway namely, the Westbound Carriageway of Argyle Street between the junction of Tung Choi Street and Portland Street [2014] 6 HKC 298, HCMP 3028/2014 - Acting for the plaintiff successfully obtained an injunction order restraining the protestors of Occupy Central Campaign from occupying Argyle Street of Mongkok.

  • Kwan San Wai v Lau Siu Lai HCAL 197/2016 - Acting for the petitioner in an election petition against legistator, Lau Sau Lai, seeking to declare that she was not duly elected and her election is void on the ground that she failed to make a valid oath intentionally and caused unreasonable delay by herself.

  • Poon Fow Hing v Poon Kwai Ping Corinna CACV 124/2015 - Acting for the defendant successfully appealed in the Court of Appeal against the order to strike out the pleading in relation to the defence of proprietary estoppel, right to occupy over a property, the doctrine of relativity of title and executor de son tort.

  • Chan Nga Yin v MTR Corporation Ltd DCPI1675/2012 - Acting for the plaintiff in a trial of personal injuries case successfully claiming that MTR was negligence for failing to give sufficient warning to passers-by of the hazard inherent in the mopping of the corridor of the mall.

  • E.T. Investment Ltd v Department of Health [2016] 1 HKLRD 1389 - Acting for a nursing home in an application for leave to judicial review for an order to quash a warning letter reminding the consequences of the failure to comply with the requirements for assessing the medical condition of its residents as such finding was unjustified.

  • China Energy Industry Development v China People (Hong Kong) [2014] 2 HKLRD 808 - Acting for the petitioner in a striking out application of a winding up petition for unfair prejudice under sections 168A and section 177(1)(f) of the Companies Ordinance Cap. 32.

  • Yau Cheuk Hung v The Incorporated Owners of Gold Mine Building [2009] 3 HKLRD 109 - Acting for the applicant in a trial against the incorporated owners and manger of a building, successfully arguing that the budget of the building was invalid as it contravened the DMC, Sub-DMC and the Building Management Ordinance Cap. 344 and was ordered to be revised.

  • Ricas Properties Ltd. v Armed Forces Trading Co. Ltd. [2008] 5 HKC 210 - Acting for the respondent as an adverse possessor, successfully opposing a summary application under Order 113 to recover possession of the land.

  • Beauty Forever Human Resources Ltd v Cheung Lai Ngor HCA 199/2015 - Acting for an employer in an injunction application successfully restraining their former employees from using confidential information and trade secret obtaining during their employment.

  • Man Kai Tak v Leung Mui DCCJ 1806/2010 - Acting for the adverse possessor, successfully claimed the title of the land against the registered owner and defended a counterclaim alleging that the adverse possessor was a tenant.

  • Star Textile Ltd v Surpass International (HK) Ltd HCA 34/2007 - Acting for the plaintiff in a trial in respect of an unpaid balance for garments sold and delivered, successfully claiming the 1st and 2nd defendants as a purchaser and a guarantor.

  • Loyal Hope Ltd v Leung Pui Ming HCA 136/2007 - Acting for a purchaser in an Order 86 application, successfully arguing that the vendors had failed to give good title of the property and failed to give all original title documents beyond the intermediate root of the title.

  • Hypermax Limited v Garwin Enterprises Limited HCA 2418/2006 - Acting (led by Mr. Ronny Wong SC) for the plaintiff in a trial fixed for 40 days claiming for an outstanding debt of HK$10 million, successfully opposing the defence of the defendant that the plaintiff was a vehicle of the 1st and 2nd third parties.

  • Re: Edozen 江户前 & Device Trademark Application No. 300004878 - Acting for the opponent in a trade marks application, successfully opposing the application in the 1st decision applying the test under the new Trade Marks Ordinance Cap. 559.

  • Northeast Electric Investment Limited v Fan Ying Chao HCA 607/2005 - Acting for the 3rd defendant in an application for summary judgment, successfully opposing the application on the grounds, inter alia, that an agreement in the amount of RMB96 million was not a sale of shares of a listed company and was only an equitable mortgage.

  • 楊祖秝 訴 中醫藥管理委員會及另一人 HCAL 55/2005 - Acting for Pok Oi Hospital in an application for leave to judicial review for failing to renew the employment of the applicant after the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong did not grant a licence to him, successfully opposing the application.


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