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Teddy Lam

Partner

Email: teddy@boasecohencollins.com
Phone: (852) 3416 1828

Overview

Teddy heads BC&C’s burgeoning Insurance & Personal Injury practice while also delving into criminal and civil litigation, employment disputes and commercial law. He has been a Partner in the firm since 2003.

In his role, Teddy co-ordinates and supervises the personal injury and insurance team to provide a wide spectrum of legal services, including all manner of claims in relation to employees’ compensation, public liability, motor, medical negligence as well as other tortious claims, policy dispute and interpretation, and early intervention in criminal and industrial summonses. His clients include major insurance companies and private individuals pursuing personal injury claims.

Teddy moved into the legal profession after starting his career as a qualified physiotherapist in Hong Kong and Australia. He obtained his law degree from the University of London and earned his Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from the University of Hong Kong in 1998.

Core Specialities

  • Insurance and Personal Injury dispute
  • Criminal and ICAC cases
  • Civil and Commercial Litigation
  • Medical Negligence & Regulatory cases
  • Company Laws and Shareholders’ Dispute
  • Employment Disputes
  • Public and Administrative Law
  • Bankruptcy and Winding up Proceedings

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