Alex’s key areas of practice include commercial and corporate litigation, investigations by governmental bodies such as the SFC, ICAC and Commercial Crime Bureau, insolvency and debt restructuring, intellectual property, defamation, property and commercial contract drafting. He contributes his time and knowledge to various financial and business-orientated organisations including the Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong, where he is a government-appointed Independent Director, the Market Misconduct Tribunal, the Transport Tribunal and the Hong Kong Small & Medium Enterprises Association. Alex has been a Partner in BC&C since 2000.
Henry works across a range of practice areas, bringing his experience to bear in civil and criminal litigation, company and commercial matters, personal injuries and employees’ compensation. Born in Hong Kong and partly raised in Vancouver, Henry graduated in Sciences from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, in 2009. Later that year, he completed a postgraduate diploma in accounting at the same university. He then enrolled in the City University of Hong Kong’s Juris Doctor programme – a law degree for graduates from a non-law discipline – which he finished in 2012 and he collected his Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from the same establishment a year later.
Kyle brings a diverse background to BC&C, having worked as a newspaper and TV news reporter, then moving into corporate communications, before deciding his future lay in the legal profession. He completed his journalism degree at Hong Kong Baptist University, first working as a reporter, then moving on to handle corporate communications for a major property developer. A keen interest in law saw Kyle return to studying, completing his Bachelor of Laws at the University of London in 2019 followed by his Postgraduate Certificate in Laws at the University of Hong Kong in 2020.