Felicia Cheng is a member of the International Dispute Resolution Practice Group in Asia. She has a focus on cross border disputes and international arbitrations, and has acted in a range of commercial litigation and arbitration matters.

    Felicia is also a co-editor of the HKIAC/HK45 newsletter.

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    • Acting for a leading People’s Republic of China (PRC) developer and manufacturer of telecommunications equipment in various Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) arbitrations in trade disputes with local operators in Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan.
    • Acting for a group of shareholders in a shareholders’ dispute involving a company operating a social networking website in PRC in arbitration under United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Rules.
    • Acting for a PRC company in arbitrations against a US company over a long term processing agreement in the solar energy industry with amount in dispute of over US$400 million.
    • Acting for a Philippine government-owned financial corporation in a Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) arbitration over an agreement for the transfer of assets with amount in dispute of over US$40 million.
    • Acting for a Singapore-based company in arbitration over the construction of a semi-submersible drilling rig.
    • Acting for a contractor in major construction litigation in the Hong Kong High Court brought by a subcontractor in the West Rail project.
    • Acting for various major clients in the US and PRC in disputes involving breaches of international sale of goods contracts.
    • Acting in Hong Kong court proceedings in various commercial litigation matters including winding up proceedings, obtaining court sanction for a Scheme of Arrangement, Mareva injunctions, shareholder disputes, breach of confidence and copyright infringement action and other commercial disputes.
    • Advising a world renowned US-based company on issues relating to a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigation.

    Education

    • University of New South Wales, LL.B., 1999

    Admissions

    • England and Wales, 2007
    • Hong Kong, 2005

    Languages

    • English
    • Chinese (Cantonese)

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    • Contributing Author, "Arbitration in Hong Kong – A Practical Guide," 3rd edition, Sweet & Maxwell, 2014.
    • Contributing Author, "Practical Guidance on Arbitration," book chapters on “Costs” and “Interim Measures”, LexisNexis, 2014.
    • Assisting contributing author, "The Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance: Commentary and Annotations," Sweet & Maxwell, 2011.

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