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Queenie Fung

Queenie Fung


Personal Profile

Queenie Fung is an associate of Karas So LLP.  She specialises in commercial litigation, contentious corporate insolvency and regulatory investigations.

Queenie has experience in acting for clients in cross-border commercial disputes involving conflict of laws and complex factual matrix, as well as liquidators seeking recovery of assets and listed companies subject to regulatory investigations.

Queenie was admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 2022 and is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

Key Experience 

Commercial litigation
Advising and representing window company of a PRC Provincial Government in defending a claim of over US$60 million brought by a Macau company regarding shares transfer of a PRC company. 

Advising and representing a bondholder in a High Court action against a major PRC state-owned enterprise in Tianjin in relation to a bond default by way of double derivative action.

Advising and representing a client in defending a claim brought by a PRC state-owned bank involving US$250 million.

Liquidation and insolvency
Advising and representing a Hong Kong company creditor to oppose conversion of a creditors’ voluntary liquidation into a court winding-up.

Advising and representing liquidators of a Hong Kong listed company on an application for regulating order, recovery of assets and defending multiple civil and criminal claims.

Regulatory investigations
Advising and representing a Hong Kong listed company and its directors in SFC investigation regarding alleged insider trading.

Advising and representing a confidential client in SFC investigation in relation to suspected market manipulation in shares of a Hong Kong listed company.

Career History 

  • Associate, Karas So LLP (2023)
  • Associate, Kwok Yih & Chan (2021)
  • Trainee Solicitor, Kwok Yih & Chan (2019)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, University of Hong Kong (2019)
  • Bachelor of Laws, London School of Economics and Political Science (2018)

Admissions jurisdiction

  • High Court of Hong Kong, 2022