Carmen Tang

Partner, Hugill & Ip

Carmen has been practicing law in Hong Kong for over 15 years, during which she has worked in both the private and public sectors, including the government and the Law Society. Qualifying in Hong Kong in 2004 and England and Wales in 2007, she started her legal career working as a commercial litigator where she advised and acted in a wide range of disputes, including those relating to the financial services sector. Carmen’s skills as a litigator led to a call from the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data and, in 2010, she was appointed Legal Counsel with responsibility for providing legal advice on personal data protection issues arising from complaints or compliance checks. She also advised government organisations on data privacy issues, vetted proposed legislations, and handled appeal cases on the Privacy Commissioner’s behalf.

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”  -Benjamin Franklin In the recent judgement in Tang Chack Wing v Yung Woon Kwai (2021) HKCFI 2566, the decision handed down by Master Alan Kwong…
January 2022
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July 2021