Jeremy obtained his LLM from the University of Cambridge and JD from the University of Hong Kong. He was awarded the Middle Temple Advocacy Scholarship in 2016. Prior to law, Jeremy received his undergraduate education at Brown University, where he majored in International Relations and Affairs.
Jeremy has experience in various types of injunction applications (including cyber fraud cases on urgent ex parte basis, Mareva and proprietary injunctions, s.21M interim relief in aid of foreign proceedings, Chabra injunctions, related banker disclosure orders, multi-layer tracing of proprietary funds). He also has experience in injunctions against publication of confidential information and anti-suit injunctions.
He also engages in company insolvency matters, private examination and production orders (including orders with respect to directors, other company officers and third parties) in the context of company liquidation (including in relations to foreign insolvency proceedings), contractual disputes, intellectual property, company matters, money lending, defamation and land related disputes (including adverse possession and easements). Jeremy accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.
Jeremy was appointed a part time lecturer (non-clinical) at the University of Hong Kong and assistant with the Common Law course taught at Peking University. He is also a committee member of the Standing Committee on Greater China Affairs with the Hong Kong Bar Association.
Jeremy has spoken in seminars and written on arbitration related topics. He has also written on defamation and company insolvency matters.
Middle Temple Scholarship for Advocacy Training (2016)