Kevin is a criminal law specialist who has practiced criminal law, including fraud, financial crime and defence cases for individuals and corporations in Hong Kong for the last twenty eight years. He joined Robertsons in 1994 and heads the firm’s Corporate Crime Unit.
As a Hong Kong criminal lawyer, Kevin has defended numerous high profile cases prosecuted by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and Commercial Crime Bureau (CCB). He also regularly undertakes defence work in Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) investigations and prosecutions as well as acting in immigration, taxation and customs and excise cases. Kevin is well known for getting the job done and has a reputation for being able to negotiate with authorities.
He is recommended in the Corporate Crime Section of the Asia Pacific Legal 500, for Hong Kong. He also sits on the Criminal Law and Procedure Committee of the Law Society of Hong Kong and is generally recognized as one of the leading lawyers in his field.
Kevin conducts trials, mitigations and bail applications and has defended clients in the Magistrates Courts, High Court, Court of Appeal and Court of Final Appeal.
Kevin has strong international ties and has acted for clients in Hong Kong who are subject to U.S. based FCPA investigations.
Kevin is extremely knowledgeable about computer and technology crimes, and has successfully defended computer crime charges, as well as frequently acting and advising corporations who are the victims of computer crimes.
Kevin is also capable of putting together a team of top forensic experts when required to defend or investigate all kinds of offenses and computer frauds.