Skip to content

Something urgent? Call us now! (852) 3416 1711

People

Joyce Leung

Associate

Email: Joyce@boasecohencollins.com
Phone: (852) 3416 1752

Overview

Joyce focuses her practice on civil and commercial dispute resolution, with an emphasis on boardroom, shareholder and joint venture disputes, contractual disputes, debt recovery, financial mis-selling, fraud, Mareva injunctions and insolvency matters.

She also advises on regulatory investigations conducted by the Securities and Futures Commission, as well as non-contentious company and commercial matters.

Joyce studied for her law degree at the University of Hong Kong from 2012 to 2016. During this time she enjoyed a spell as an exchange student at the University of Nottingham in the UK. She remained with the University of Hong Kong to complete her Postgraduate Certificate in Laws in 2017 and then earned a Master of Laws in International Business Law with a focus on international litigation and arbitration at King’s College London in 2018, after which she joined BC&C.

Core Specialities

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Civil and Commercial Litigation
  • Company and Commercial Matters

35+ years of legal experience is just a click away.

Friendly and approachable, we are ready to answer your questions and offer you sound advice.

Contact us now

BC&C-contact-us

News & Knowledge

Learn more about what we do and what we say. Subscribe to our newsletter to ensure you receive our updates.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Irresistible roar of the Three Lions

Hong Kong, 16 June 2021: I’m feeling overwhelmed by nostalgia. This week, we’ve been told Hong Kong’s historic Post Office headquarters is destined for the wrecking ball to make way for commercial redevelopment; our famous Peak Tram is bidding farewell to its iconic retro-style carriages in a HK$700 million (US$90 million) upgrade; we’ve even had […]

Read more

Tackling Employees’ Compensation fraud

By Stephanie Lai Hong Kong, 10 June 2021: Under the Employees’ Compensation Ordinance, Cap.285 (“ECO”) in Hong Kong, it is mandatory for employers to take out insurance (commonly referred to as “EC Insurance”) and provide compensation for employees who sustain work injuries or death, regardless of whether employees have committed acts of faults or negligence […]

Read more

Driving down a Covid cul-de-sac

Hong Kong, 9 June 2021: Who would own a car in Hong Kong? I did once – a gleaming Jaguar S-Type complete with “CHELSKI” number plate, no less – but eventually sold it. Too much hassle. Having your own car here makes little sense when traffic congestion is so chronic and public transport so good. […]

Read more

Crypto regulation becomes a balancing act

By Alex Liu Hong Kong, 8 June 2021: Stricter regulation of cryptocurrency exchanges operating in Hong Kong is in the offing. If government proposals are passed by the Legislative Council, as is expected, these businesses will require a licence from the Securities and Futures Commission and will only be allowed to provide services to professional […]

Read more

Presentation lifts lid on ‘vibrant’ Hong Kong

Hong Kong, 7 June 2021: Life in Hong Kong amid significant legal and governmental change was the topic of an online presentation delivered by our Senior Partner Colin Cohen to a global audience. In a talk entitled “Hong Kong: Myth vs Reality”, he detailed key points of the territory’s national security law and electoral reforms […]

Read more