Brian Chok has a broad civil practice with strong emphases on corporate, commercial, land, building management, construction and personal injuries matters. In the commercial and corporate field, Brian has diverse experiences in representing clients in contractual, breaches of directors’ duties and shareholders’ disputes involving local boutique corporate business, as well as corporates including listed companies with strong ties and developments outside Hong Kong, particularly in Mainland China. His exposure also extends to day-to-day transaction mechanisms involving B2B and B2C e-commerce.
Brian has also frequently advised owners, Incorporated Owners, management companies and tenants on tenancy, ownership, and water seepage matters. In particular, in Great Tower Development Ltd v The Incorporated Owners of Luso Apartments  HKDC 1138, Brian as sole counsel successfully defended the IO in absolving from its liability even when the source of seepage was adjudicated to be from common parts. Further, he is familiar with the procedural requirements under DMCs and BMO in challenging the validity of meetings of the IO and Owners’ Committee and the propriety of the imposition of management fees.
English, Cantonese and Mandarin.