Hong Kong Company Law & Practice, published since 1993, is the pre-eminent introduction to company laws and regulations and their practical application in Hong Kong. With six updates annually, HKCP provides an extensive coverage of legal issues associated with Hong Kong’s Company Law, from incorporation and share capital, management and administration, to winding up, receivership and dissolution. With an emphasis on practical aspects, it offers strategic solutions to help minimise an organisation’s risk exposure. Readers can benefit from the expert insight in how to achieve regulatory compliance and deal with various corporate governance issues. The author also introduces in detail the important principles and development history of Hong Kong company law, compares the statute law and case law of various common law systems, and analyzes the specific application of Hong Kong company law cases and Hong Kong company regulations in practice. Other than these, HKCP provides the latest Hong Kong company laws and regulations and various corporate governance forms for users to download.
Judith offers consultations in commercial, banking and property law in Hong Kong and on property and commercial law in Malaysia. She is used to working with legal teams on contentious and non-contentious matters. She has worked for a range of clients including private companies, institutions and governments.
Judith conducts bespoke training and CPD seminars for the legal community in a range of her specialist areas including corporate governance, company law and property law. She has worked with numerous small and medium sized firms to create tailored training that meets their needs.
Judith was trained as a solicitor in Victoria, Australia after graduation from the Law School of the Melbourne University. Judith also has an LLM from the University of Malaya.
After practice in Melbourne for two years, she taught in the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, and also acted as a consultant to the Legal Aid Bureau of Malaysia. Later she taught at the Faculties of Law at Monash University, Melbourne, and Hong Kong University. She is now teaching part-time at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
In 2001 she joined the Hong Kong office of Simmons & Simmons as Professional Support Lawyer and Training Manager.
Judith is a founder member and Vice-Chairman of the Law Society of Hong Kong Working Party Sub-Committee on Land Titles. She has been a consultant to the Consumer Council of Hong Kong (on Estate Agents) and to the Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation (on the documentation for mortgages and guarantees)