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Jenny Zhuang

Senior Managing Associate China


Jenny delivers commercial solutions and practical advice to clients in complex commercial disputes. 

Jenny is a Senior Managing Associate in our Dispute Resolution practice, based in Hong Kong.

With extensive experience in both litigation and international arbitration, Jenny's practice focuses on commercial disputes in the financial services, insurance and tech & comms sectors. She has advised and acted for both plaintiffs and defendants on a wide range of commercial disputes such as shareholders' disputes, professional indemnity and insurance matters, mis-selling claims, corporate insolvency, employment disputes, fraud, corruption, asset tracing and preservation, defamation claims, data privacy disputes and disputes involving trade secrets and confidential information. 

Jenny regularly advises clients in relation to investigations by regulatory authorities, such as the Securities and Futures Commission, the Independent Commission against Corruption, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Confederation of Insurance Brokers.

She also has extensive experience in both contentious and non-contentious employment work, including advising on team moves, post termination claims, discrimination claims and restrictive covenants, and regularly represent clients in Labour Tribunal and High Court actions. She is a contributor to the current edition of Hong Kong Employment Law – a Practical Guide. 

Jenny qualified as a Solicitor and Barrister in New Zealand in 2005, in Hong Kong in 2008, and in England and Wales in 2009. She trained as a banking and finance lawyer at a magic circle firm and then spent nearly 6 years at a well-known firm specialising in insurance and litigation as a commercial litigator before joining us in October 2014. 

Jenny is a native Mandarin speaker and is fluent and literate in English and Mandarin. 

Jenny is also a Civil Celebrant of Marriages in Hong Kong.  

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