Vincent Kee

紀順治大律師

 

Chambers of Ronny Wong SC

Rooms 3206-7, Alexandra House

The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong

T:  2526 1732

F:  2845 5421

E:  vincentkee@rwchambers.com

W: www.rwchambers.com

 

Call:               2014 (HK)

 

Practice Profile

Vincent has commenced his private practice since 2014. On civil side, he has been instructed in a wide range of cases with a focus on commercial, winding up and insolvency, injunction, employees’ compensation and personal injuries. On criminal side, he has been regularly instructed as counsel on fiat for the Department of Justice and as duty lawyer appearing in the Magistrates’ Courts.

Vincent has appeared as sole advocate or as led junior in the Court of First Instance, the District Court, the Lands Tribunal and the Magistrates’ Courts. 

Vincent also has experience in giving legal opinions on compliance issues for companies in various potential initial public offerings and listing applications on the Main Board or the Growth Enterprise Market of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

Selected Cases

 

Commercial

Rich Fine (HK) Investment Limited & Anor v Leung Yiu Chuen (HCA1243/2012, 25 May 2018), [2018] HKCFI 1126: Appeared for the defendant in a 6-day trial in defending a claim for outstanding construction costs in a joint venture for the development of small houses in the New Territories

Ming Tak Motor Vehicles Company Limited v Water Motors Group Limited & Anor (HCA 2124/2014, 11 April 2018), [2018] HKCFI 741: Appeared for the plaintiff in a 10-day trial in recovering outstanding sum in a joint venture for investment in taxis with licences

鄺裕成經營大成工程公司 v卓賢科務有限公司 (DCCJ 3804/2013, 27 September 2019), [2019] HKDC 1286: Appeared for the defendant in a 5-day trial in defending a claim for breach of contract and counterclaiming for breach of implied terms in two projects concerning replacement of chillers

Winding up and Insolvency

 

Re: Metropolis Enterprises Limited (HCMP 797-798/2017): Appeared for the 4th respondent in resisting a winding-up petition based on unfair prejudice in an allegedly family business

Re G&G Trading Limited (HCCW 8/2016, 26 September 2017): Appeared for the company in resisting an application for appointment of a provisional liquidator

Re: China Solar Energy Holdings Limited (HCCW 108/2015, 1 March 2016) (with Ms. Po Wing Kay): Appeared for a group of contributories for argument on costs in respect of an application for removal of provisional liquidators

 

Injunction

 

Kwan Man Chock v Kwan Po Chuen Paula (HCA 1437/2019): Appeared for the plaintiff in obtaining an ex parte injunction order and the continuation of the same to prohibit the defendant from disposing of shares obtained from the plaintiff by misrepresentation

Ciklus S.A. v Rong Tong Sihai Import and Export Trade Co. Limited & Ors (HCA 946/2019): Appeared for the 12th defendant in discharging an injunction order restraining him from dissipation of funds

Frontier Investment Partner LP & Anor v Hong Kong Airlines Group Limited & Ors (HCA 700/2019): Appeared for the 1st and 2nd defendants in resisting the continuation of an injunction order restraining them from entering into transaction or agreement with third party

Sincere Garments Co., Ltd v Winfull Intl Industrial Development Limited & Anor (HCMP 983/2017): Appeared for the plaintiff in obtaining an ex parte injunction order and the continuation of the same in restraining the defendants from dissipation of funds obtained from the plaintiff by fraud

Tan Lily v Lin Weiwu (DCCJ 2907/2018, 13 July 2018), [2018] HKDC 833: Appeared for the plaintiff in obtaining an ex parte injunction order and the continuation of the same to prohibit the defendant from disposing of money obtained from the plaintiff by fraud

Personal Injuries

 

Luk Shun Kwong v Hoi Tin Enterprise International Limited (HCPI 278/2015) & Luk Ho Kwong v Hoi Tin Enterprise International Limited (HCPI 154/2015) (consolidated): Appeared for the defendant in defending two common law claims for damages allegedly arising in the course of employment

Luk Shun Kwong v Hoi Tin Enterprise International Limited (DCEC 2179/2013, 17 February 2017) & Luk Ho Kwong v Hoi Tin Enterprise International Limited (DCEC 278/2014, 17 February 2017) (consolidated): Appeared for the respondent in resisting two applications for employees’ compensation

Rendering advice on liability, quantum and evidence in various personal injuries cases

 

Education

2013                PCLL (HKU)

2012                LLB (HKU)

2010                BSS(Gov’t & Laws) (HKU)

 

Languages

Fluent in Cantonese, Putonghua and English; Good command of spoken and written Japanese.

 

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