Emma Ng is an Associate of Karas LLP. She has experience in complex multi-jurisdictional commercial litigation, with a focus on corporate insolvency and fraud related matters.
Emma has experience acting for clients in claims against company directors for breaches of fiduciary duty, as well as claims against banks and other third party recipients of misappropriated assets for assisting breaches of fiduciary duty.
Emma was admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 2021 and is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
China Medical Technologies, Inc
Representing the court appointed liquidators of China Medical, a Cayman Islands company that was listed on NASDAQ, over its US$500 million collapse.
Represented the liquidators of Galleria in claims against the Hong Kong branch of a global bank for dishonest assistance, knowing receipt and fraudulent trading.
Wing Hong Construction Holding (in liq) v Hui Chi Yung & Ors
Represented the liquidators of Wing Hong in an action for breach of directors’ duties and fraudulent disposition of assets.
Re Rennie Produce
Represented Australian liquidators in an application for examination and production of documents against individuals in Hong Kong.
- Associate, Karas LLP, 2021
- Trainee Solicitor, Lipman Karas Hong Kong, 2018
- Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (2018), University of Hong Kong
- Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) (2016), University of Liverpool
- High Court of Hong Kong (2021)