Harris Chan

Partner, DLA Piper
Harris has in-depth experience in commercial litigation and brings extensive court experience across all court levels in Hong Kong and arbitration. His broad clientele includes banks, securities companies, listed companies and high net worth individuals in Hong Kong, PRC and abroad.

Harris' practice covers advising on shareholders' and directors' disputes, winding-up proceedings, banking and investment disputes, construction disputes, internet fraud, and employment and administrative law matters. Harris also has vast experience in handling regulatory defence matters concerning investigations by the Securities and Futures Commission and white-collar crimes involving the Independent Commission Against Corruption and the Commercial Crime Bureau.

This is the second part in a series of two articles which examines a particularly complex case from the Mental Health Court. The first article set out the background of the case. This article reviews…
October 2021
This is the first in a series of two articles that examines a particularly complex case from the Mental Health Court. The jurisdiction of the Mental Health Court is engaged when a person becomes…
September 2021
Introduction The current litigation trend exhibited a rise in cases where shareholders sought to recover the reduction of their shares’ value which was reflective of the company’s loss. Various…
July 2020
Introduction The Court of First Instance decision in Company A and Others v Company D and Others [2018] HKCFI 2240 confirmed the jurisdiction of the Hong Kong Court to grant interim measures against…
July 2019
Generally, leave must be sought before an appeal of an interlocutory judgment or order of the Court of First Instance (CFI) could be brought before the Court of Appeal (CA). This requirement for…
December 2018